Park Record Business Briefs for April 29, 2006
In addition to collecting $10,000 from Park City Area Home Builders Charitable Foundation’s March 18 "Bubbly and Bubles" event at Ghidotti’s restaurant, this week the clinic announced Park City High School senior Elisa Patterson presented the People’s Health Clinic with a check of $4,200 from her community-wide talent show she organized March 30.
Patterson’s talent show featured acts young and old, including her 16-year-old brother John, a composer and piano player, and attracted more than 500 audience members. The suggested ticket price was a $10 donation, but "some people gave $50, and we had one guy give us $1,000," Moffitt said.
The People’s Health Clinic provides quality health care to uninsured and underserved residents of Summit and Wasatch counties. Clinics include general health on Monday evenings, prenatal on Wednesday evenings, and diabetic/hypertension on Thursday evenings.
"We’re thrilled," Moffitt said. "It costs us a ton of money to run a clinic per night. It will go to our general operating budget. We keep growing, our numbers keep growing, the uninsured numbers keep growing, so every little bit helps us all the time."
To schedule an appointment, call 615-7822. The People’s Health Clinic is located at 1200-C Iron Horse Drive. For more information, visit the clinic’s online site at http://www.peopleshealthclinic.org.
Prudential Utah racks up largest market share
According to a recent press release from Prudential Utah Real Estate, the company has recorded the largest market share of single-family homes, condos and vacant land sold in the greater Park City area in 2005.
During 2005, Prudential Utah Real Estate recorded 57 percent of the market share in the grater Park City area in single-family homes, condos and vacant land and 64 percent of all property types sold in the Deer Valley area, according to the Park City Multiple Listing Service.
At Prudential’s national convention, Prudential Real Estate Affiliates (PREA) recognized Prudential Utah Real Estate sales professionals and sales teams for being in the top 10 producers in the United States, based on commission income from sales volume in 2005, the company adds.
The Pinnacle award, given to the top 10 sales professionals and the top 10 sales teams in the PREA network, went to Park City area Realtors Steve Chin, Dena Fleming, Bill Ligety, Carol Agle, for their individual efforts, and to Park City area sales teams the Will Lange Group and the the Deer Valley Team, consisting of Ann MacQuoid, Suzanne Harris and Matt Green.
Prudential Utah Real Estate has 18 offices in Utah, including Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, Layton, West Jordan, Midvale, Tooele and Heber. The PREA network has over 2,000 offices and 64,000 sales professionals in North America.
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