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Business briefs: Roommate Roundup to have meeting on Tuesday

Roommate Roundup to have meeting on Tuesday
The annual roommate roundup, which is put on by the Christian Center of Park City, is set to kick off with a meeting on Nov. 6. Pete Stoughton, director of programs for the Christian Center, said the meeting will be for families interested in housing an international student for the winter. The roundups themselves, where those seeking housing can meet up with landlords and other seasonal workers, are set to take place on Dec. 4 and 11.

Chamber/Bureau to host fall forum
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is set to host its 2018 Tourism Fall Forum on Nov. 14 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at The Chateaux Deer Valley. According to the Chamber/Bureau’s website, the keynote speaker will be Nick Sargent, president of Park City-based SnowSports Industries America. Nathan Rafferty, president and CEO of Ski Utah; Bill Rock, CEO of Park City Mountain; Bob Wheaton and Todd Shallan of Deer Valley Resort; and Bill Malone, president and CEO of the Chamber/Bureau, are also set to present. Registration is $30 a person until Nov. 7. For more information and to register, visit

Washington School House Hotel hires new chef
The Washington School House Hotel recently announced that Ryan Frye will be the new executive chef, according to a press release. Frye is from Memphis, Tennessee, and moved to Utah in 2012 to pursue a culinary career at Salt Lake Community College’s Culinary Institute. He previously worked at Salt Lake restaurants such as Avenues Proper Restaurant and Proper Emporium/Brewery. “We look forward to Chef Frye’s fresh perspective on the menus which will incorporate the use of seasonal, local produce from farms across Park City and the surrounding area,” said Andrea Clemons, general manager of the hotel, in the release.

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