The Park Record Business Briefs for May 13, 2006
Shoppers at the Tanger Outlet Center in Park City last fall helped to support the American Cancer Society, by contributing to a $8,709 donation to the organization.
October 10, 2005, the center donated one percent of the day’s total sales to the American Cancer Society in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. That contribution was added to the proceeds from the sale of special commemorative bracelets during September and October.
Tanger reports it has supported the fight against breast cancer since 1994. Through its annual Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign, the center has raised over $3.5 million to benefit American Cancer Society chapters across the country. Last year’s fund was Tanger’s second donation to Utah’s office for the American Cancer Society.
Funds raised will support the American Cancer Society’s programs including "Reach to Recovery," a one-on-one peer support for breast cancer patients, as well as "Look Good Feel Better," a program where local cosmetologists help cancer patients with beauty and nutritional techniques.
The American Cancer Society identifies its mission as a commitment to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by saving lives, diminishing suffering and preventing cancer through research, education, advocacy and service. Founded in 1913 and with national headquarters in Atlanta, the society has 14 regional divisions and local offices in 3,400 communities. For more information call 1-800-ACS-2345 or visit http://www.cancer.org.
R&R Properties begins to certify quality
R&R Properties announced this week it has recently completed a comprehensive new ratings program for key staff members to apply consistent standards of excellence promulgated by Resort Ratings Specialist, Inc.
Resort Rating Specialists is a consulting firm from Denver, Colo., that works to improve guests’ experiences and retention by providing tools that address the quality of vacation rentals, furnishing trends and rating systems. Their services include setting up rating systems, staff training and evaluating and rating properties.
R&R has contracted Liza Hogan of Resort Rating Specialists, Inc. With a background in resort management companies and over 20 years in real estate and renovations, Hogan has helped R&R Properties achieve the level of expertise necessary to create a quality experience. To learn more about R&R Properties, visit http://www.parkcitylodging.com.
Marker Ltd. moves warehouse to Reno
Marker Ltd., one of the most recognized lines of ski apparel in the winter sports industry, announced this week the move of their warehouse from Salt Lake City to a new distribution center in Reno, Nev.
Distribution will begin in the fall for Marker Ltd.’s entire retail network. The decision to move the warehouse was based on a need for higher efficiency, accuracy and on-time deliveries for all apparel brands (Marker Ltd., Marmot, ExOfficio and Volkl) under K2 Sports Inc.’s technical apparel platform.
According to Marker Ltd. President Daryl Santos, the center in Reno will be clothing-specific.
The announcement stated that the Marker Ltd. corporate offices will remain in Salt Lake City, but will relocate to an adjacent building without an attached warehouse at 1405 West 2200 South, Suite 100.
For more information visit the Marker Ltd. Web site at http://www.markerltd.com.
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Another ski season is in the books, and much to the relief of the restaurant industry, the outlook, like the weather, is looking sunny.