Park Record Business Briefs for Feb. 4, 2006
Keller Williams Park City Real Estate Brokerage announced this week that former Park City Board of Realtors’ President Chris Eberlein and her husband, Mike Eberlein, have been awarded the "Top Team" award.
The pair was honored at the recent Keller Williams Awards dinner for their sales and their team approach to helping buyers and sellers.
For information about buying or selling area real estate, contact the Eberleins at 640-2132 or 640-9129.
Canyons extends its season pass promotion
The Canyons Resort reports it is extending its promotion for $19 lift tickets until Feb. 16.
Skiers and snowboarders can use their season passes from other Utah resorts to get a $19 lift ticket at The Canyons.
The deal is not available on Saturdays.
Best of State calls for entries
"Best of State," an organization that describes itself as "dedicated to promoting higher visibility and public awareness of outstanding individuals, businesses and organizations throughout Utah," announced this week that it is accepting entries for its 2006 Best of State Awards.
Winners from over 200 sub-categories will be presented with minted bronze medals. Ten main-category winners will receive the organization’s ultimate award, the Best of State statue, "The Boss," a 16-inch-high, 24-carat gold-plated bronze and granite sculpture.
Awards will be presented at the televised fourth annual black-tie Best of State Awards Gala at the Salt Palace in June.
The main categories eligible for statewide recognition include arts and entertainment, science and technology, community development, production and manufacturing, sports and recreation, merchandising and consumer services, hospitality/travel/tourism, education, business services and dining establishments. Nominees will be judged on information provided regarding community impact, excellence, innovation and originality.
Recent Best of State winners include The Blue Boar Inn & Restaurant, Wadsworth Brothers Construction, Total Care Dental, Stampin’ Up, Western River Expeditions & Moab Adventure Center and the United Way of Salt Lake and Omniture, Inc.
A $100 entrance fee is required for each commercial nomination to the competition. A $35 judging fee is also required for non-commercial entities including educators, amateur coaches, public service workers and administrators, private individuals and charitable organizations. Nominations are being received through March 31, 2006 at the Best of State Web site, http://www.bestofstate.org. For more information, contact Dana Layton at (801) 226-6106.
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