Parade and Running of the Balls leaders

The Running of the Balls counters wasted no time accounting for the order of the top finishers.
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Tom Clyde took home the big prize from the Miners Day Parade, voted the fan favorite with his red tractor entry “Keep Summit County Corny.”

Parade attendee voting was a new wrinkle this year.

More traditionally:

  • Park City Museum won for Best Mining Theme Representation.
  • Deer Valley Resort won Best Overall Commercial Entry.
  • Park City Museum won for Best Overall Community Entry.
  • Leadership/Let’s Talk Park City won for Most Original Entry.

The first 10 in the Running of the Balls:

1. Candice Gagnon

2. Jeffrey Bell

3. Beryt Nisenson

4. Ann Deutschlander

5. Kyle Bayle

6. Jo Ann Stack-Askins

7. Kimberly Turchin

8. Paul Brooks

9. Kelly Griffith

10. Kevin McDermott

For full results, see

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