The Park Record Business Briefs for February 25, 2006
Coldwell Banker promotes celebrity auction
To help rebuilding efforts across the Gulf Coast, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is asking the community to bid on one-of-a-kind items on the "Housewarming for Habitat for Humanity" eBay celebrity charity auction, which goes through March 9. One hundred percent of the gross proceeds will be donated to the Habitat for Humanity Operation Home Delivery Fund to rebuild homes destroyed by Hurricane Rita and Katrina. The auction items are available at http://www.ebay.com/coldwellbanker. Additonal items will be added on Feb. 27.
Coldwell Banker has supported Habitat for Humanity nationally since 1993. Coldwell Banker residential Brokerage has pledged $65,000 to sponsor a Habitat for Humanity Home in Utah as part of the $5 million national Coldwell Banker initiative to sponsor more than 100 homes around the nation in honor of the company’s 100th anniversary.
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has 15 offices serving customers and communities across the Wasatch Front. The company offers residential and commercial brokerage, corporate relocation and mortgage services.
SLC International Airport gets best in on-time arrival
Salt Lake City International Airport recorded the best on-time arrival record among major U.S. airports last year, helped by Delta Air Lines, which was able to maintain its performance level despite filing for bankruptcy in September, according to a recent release from Ski Utah.
The U.S. Transportation Department reported through December, 83.46 percent of all flights arriving at the airport landed on time at SLC International putting the airport at the top of the government’s list of the 33 biggest airports around the country. The previous year, SLC International was No. 3.
Delta was able to maintain its record of being on time for 83.64 percent of its flights, despite the fact it added 29 new nonstop destinations and flew an additional 3.8 million passengers in and out of Salt Lake City in 2005, said the Ski Utah report.
In total, the airlines flew 22.2 million passengers in and out of Salt Lake City last year, a 21 percent jump from 2004. Delta accounted for almost all of the increase, according to SLC International Airport spokespeople its passenger numbers rose 29 percent to 16.7 million in 2005.
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