Business briefs: Solomon Fund accepting grant applications
Solomon Fund accepting grant applications
The Solomon Fund, an initiative of the Park City Community Foundation, is accepting grant applications from nonprofits, businesses and individuals. The fund is focused on addressing the low-income Latino community’s limited participation in athletics in Park City. It hopes to reach 20 percent Latino participation in programs currently being offered in Park City, and organizations that can help the fund achieve that goal are encouraged to apply for a grant. The deadline to apply is March 27, and grants are expected to be announced on April 29. For more information, and to apply, visit https://bit.ly/2U1XcmL.
Wyndham Vacation Rentals moves offices
Wyndham Vacation Rentals, which manages vacation rental properties, recently relocated its Park city office. According to a press release, the offices are now located in the Reid Building at 750 Kearns Blvd. The main office assists guests and serves as a meeting place for owners and Realtors looking for more information about Wyndham Vacation Rentals. The company was previously located on Deer Valley Drive, next to the Christian Center of Park City.
Chamber/Bureau to host event about new business tool
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is set to host a lunch and learn to help businesses learn about the tool ReferenceUSA, according to the Chamber/Bureau’s website. The event is set to take place on Tuesday, Feb. 26 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Park City Library. ReferenceUSA provides business and consumer research by helping users locate companies nationwide, view historical market trends and find news articles. The tool is a new resource for Chamber/Bureau members. Lunch will be provided for Chamber/Bureau members who attend. For more information, visit https://www.visitparkcity.com/members/chamber-bureau-events/rsvp/.
A study pegged the number of Sundance Film Festival attendees at 122,313, with the event generating an economic impact of $182.5 million. Both numbers represent a slight decrease from the 2018 festival.