Business briefs, Park City Vision Source to host Christmas party
December 10, 2017
Park City Vision Source to host Christmas party
The Park City Vision Source, previously known as Park City Vision Center, is having a stuff your stocking trunk show Christmas party. The center was recently purchased by local Stephanie Castle, said Molly Miller with Miller Media and Communications. The event is scheduled to take place on Dec. 15 from 3 to 7 p.m. at 6584 N. Creekside Lane, Suite 150. Products will be available to purchase for the holiday season. .
Montana Silversmiths opens on Main Street
Montana Silversmiths recently opened a brand store on Main Street. According to a press release, the shop is the first out of state one of the Montana-based business. The business sells jewelry and belt buckles in the American western tradition. The business, which has been around for almost 45 years, is located at 580 Main St. At the new shop, specialty products with snowboarding and skiing figures will be available. For more information, visit online at: http://www.montanasilversmiths.com.
Winter Kickoff event scheduled for Dec. 13
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is scheduled to host its winter kickoff expo on Dec. 13. According to the Chamber/Bureau newsletter, the event is set to take place on Wednesday, Dec. 13, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City — The Yarrow from 4 to 7 p.m. The Chamber/Bureau and 40 local businesses will be there to inform attendees about winter activities and events in Park City. There will be prize drawings and a DJ as well. No RSVP is required and the event is free and open to the community.
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