Business briefs: Tanger Outlets holds event to fight breast cancer
Tanger Outlets to hold event to fight breast cancer
Tanger Outlets Park City plans to host a Girl’s Night Out on Friday, Oct. 19, from 3 to 8 p.m., according to the company’s website. The event will include food, savings and giveaways. Participants who donate $10 are expected to receive a PINK Savings Card, as well as coupons and exclusive discounts. Money from the sales of the cards will help benefit the People’s Health Clinic and Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The event is part of the 25th annual Tanger Outlets PINK campaign, which is taking place until the end of October. Throughout the month, Tanger Outlets Park City will be performing random acts of kindness for shoppers with PINK Saving Cards, such as paying for their purchases at checkout.
Tupelo to host wine dinner
Tupelo Park city is set to host a wine dinner featuring Ridge Vineyards on Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. According to a press release, Tupelo chef Matt Harris is expected to prepare a five-course meal accompanied by Ridge Vineyards wines. Tickets for the event are $180 a person, and are limited to adults 18 and over. For more information, and to purchase a ticket, visit http://www.tupeloparkcity.com/events/ridge-vineyards-wine-dinner.
Stein Eriksen Lodge recognized with honor from Forbes
Stein Eriksen Lodge was recently named on the Forbes list of the “Most Luxurious Hotels in the World,” according to a press release. The lodge was one of 58 hotels around the world recognized on the list, which is a new feature composed by Forbes this year. “As a long-time Forbes Five-Star property, we are especially proud to be part of this new and distinguished list of luxury hotels,” said Russ Olsen, CEO of Stein Eriksen Lodge, in the release.
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