Business briefs: Park City Walmart finishes remodel
August 18, 2017
Park City Walmart finishes remodel
The Walmart Supercenter in Kimball Junction announced it has finished a remodel. According to a press release, customers will notice updates in the electronics, bakery and hardware sections, among others. Among the improvements are wider aisles that will make it easier for shoppers to navigate the store. "We listened to our customers when they asked for updates including in-store made donuts and wider aisles," said Store Manager Roger Adamson "We are excited for them to see those updates and many more, including the state-of-the-art electronics department."
Parkites can attend Utah Tourism Conference
Park City residents may attend the Utah Tourism Conference, scheduled Sept. 12-14 in Vernal. According to the website of the Utah Tourism Industry Association, utahtourism.org, attendees will hear from Gov. Gary Herbert and will be able to sit on in a number of seminars, break-out sessions and other informational activities. Attendees will also be able to enjoy leisure activities near Vernal. The cost of registration is $249, which includes all conference sessions and meeting materials, two breakfasts, an opening reception dinner and two lunches. More information about the schedule and accommodations for attendees is available at the Utah Tourism Industry Association website.
Cushman & Wakefield Commerce sold
Cushman & Wakefield announced it has entered into an agreement with NorthMarq Companies to acquire Cushman & Wakefield NorthMarq in Minnesota and Cushman & Wakefield Commerce in Nevada, Washington and Utah, where the firm operates in Park City. According to a press release, the two firms employ 750 people. "We believe there is a logical and compelling reason to sell our operations to Cushman & Wakefield at this time," said Eduardo Padilla, CEO of NorthMarq Companies, in the release. "Specifically, the industry is consolidating, with sophisticated clients needing a seamless platform irrespective of geography or service.
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