The Park Record Business Briefs for April 1, 2006
Representatives from the NoMA (North of Main) Business Alliance, joined neighbors at a preliminary public input work session on Thursday, March 30. The meeting discussed the development and redevelopment of the Park City Bonanza District, which contains 40 businesses and is located in the general area including Park Avenue, Deer Valley Drive, Bonanza Drive and Kearns Boulevard.
Rodman Jordan, NoMA president said in a press release that the the district has the potential to become "a remarkable asset to the community not just as a commercial space, but as a pedestrian-friendly residential and retail hub. We look forward to working with the city to create that kind of vibrant neighborhood."
New sales associates join Coldwell Banker
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has announced the addition of eight new sales associates to its Park City sales team. They are Jen Araguel, Nick Coleman, Douglas Duditch, DuWayne Effland, Eric Hudson, Keith Krumbach, Michelle McBride and Jim Skinner. Araguel is an agent from JME Realty, Hudson is an agent from Signature Real Estate, and Skinner is a veteran agent who is most recently affiliated with RE/MAX. Coleman, Duditch and McBride are graduates of Stringham Real Estate. Effland and Krumbach graduated from The Real Estate School, which is managed by Coldwell Banker.
State launches Utah Tourism contest
The Utah Office of Tourism in conjunction with the Utah Tourism Industry Coalition, is now accepting entries for the First Annual Utah Tourism Advertising and Marketing contest. The contest will celebrate excellence in Utah-related tourism advertising, marketing and promotion. Contest winners will be recognized at a luncheon with special guests during the Utah Tourism Conference that will be held in Ogden from May 17-19.
The contest is open to arts/cultural organizations/businesses, attractions, convention services/facilities/entertainment, destination management companies, tour operators, destination marketing companies (convention and visitor bureaus, county travel councils and travel region offices), lodging entities, shopping/specialty stores, ski/mountain resorts, sports and recreation outfitters and transportation services.
The inaugural contest is being conducted just as the Office of Tourism is launching the new Utah brand, "Life Elevated," a new cooperative marketing fund cycle with expanded advertising nationwide.
The deadline for entries is May 5. An application is available online at http://travel.utah.gov and materials should be mailed to Dian Wilson, Utah Office of Tourism, Council Hall, 300 N. State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84114. For more information, contact the Utah Office of Tourism at (801) 538-1312 or email@example.com.
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