The Park Record Business Briefs for March 25, 2006
Park City Mountain Resort announced this week that it has promoted Jenni Smith to vice president of planning and resort administration at Park City Mountain Resort.
Smith, a 26-year ski veteran, began working for Park City Mountain Resort in 1979 as a lift ticket checker. She has since stayed with the resort and has most recently held the position of director of resort administration.
As vice president of planning and resort administration, Smith will work closely with city and county officials to continue the planning and development of the resort. She also oversees the human resources, information systems, accounting, rental and retail operations. She also oversees PCMR’s tubing park, Gorgoza Park.
Smith’s promotion will take effect immediately, the resort said.
Park City ad agency gets gold, silver
C&S Creative Services, Park City’s full-service advertising agency, recently received gold and silver honors at the Utah Advertising Federation’s 2005 ADDY Awards competition, held March 11 at the Salt Lake Marriott City Center. The agency’s outstanding design of a sales kit for Vintage on the Strand, a real estate development at The Canyons, was recognized with a silver award. Making C&S one of 10 Utah firms to receive the distinguished gold award, the agency’s design of a brochure for Lookout, a Deer Valley real estate development, will move up to the District 12 competition to compete against regional work from Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas and Wyoming.
The Utah ADDY Awards competition, conducted annually by the Utah Advertising Federation, recognizes creative excellence among thousands of entries from throughout Utah. The competition is judged by industry professionals.
JetBlue adds an extra flight to Salt Lake
Beginning May 25, JetBlue announced it will add a second flight between Long Beach, Calif. and Salt Lake City.
The flight will depart from Long Beach at 12:10 p.m. and arrive in Salt Lake at 3 p.m. A flight will depart from Salt Lake at 3:40 p.m. and arrive at 4:25 p.m. at Long Beach.
The new non-stop frequency between the two cities will be flown with the low-fare carrier’s Airbus A320 aircraft. The Airbus has one of the widest fuselage of any single-aisle aircraft, offering customers wider seats and aisles, more overhead storage space and greater legroom than any other aircraft in its class, the company says. All seats are equipped with JetBlue’s entertainment system, featuring 36 channels of free DIRECTV programming and on flights longer than two hours, a selection of movies from FOX INFlight.
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