Business Briefs: St. Regis appoints new general manager
St. Regis appoints new general manager
The St. Regis Deer Valley appointed Grant Dipman as its new general manager, according to a press release. Dipman previously served as the general manager of The Ritz-Carlton in Denver and has more than 26 years of luxury hospitality experience, including serving as the general manager at The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix and The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown. Dipman said in the press release that he is excited to join the resort team at Deer Valley. He will be replacing Edward Shapard as general manager.
Alpine Distilling to host tasting events
Alpine Distilling recently announced that it will be hosting tasting events for groups during the holiday season. According to a press release, up to 16 participants can sign up for The Aroma Game and Foundations of Flavor. The Aroma Game, which takes one hour, has participants guess aromatic notes and use them to describe Alpine’s whiskies. Alpine Distilling partnered with Aroma Academy to make The Aroma Game. Foundations of Flavor has participants explore the science behind chemical reactions that take place while tasting. Online reservations can be made at http://www.alpinedistilling.com/events.
Treasure Mountain Inn recognized for renewable energy
Rocky Mountain Power recognized Treasure Mountain Inn with a Blue Sky Legacy award for its work in supporting renewable energy. Andy Beerman, chair of the hotel’s HOA, said that he is proud that the business has been used as a model for sustainability. The Inn purchases 120 percent of its electricity as wind power, and it was the first Utah hotel to go carbon neutral, according to a press release. Rocky Mountain’s Blue Sky program brings renewable energy facilities online through with money used by those enrolled in the program. Treasure Mountain Inn has participated for 14 years.
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