Park Record Business Briefs for May 17, 2006
Recycle Utah will hold a community-wide garage sale on Saturday, May 20, from 8 to noon. The sale is designed for people who are spring cleaning, but who do not want to hold a garage sale themselves. Instead of putting serviceable items in the dumpster, Recycle Utah invites people to donate their usable stuff to Recycle Utah by Friday, May 19, in time for the event. Tag sale items will help to support the community-recycling center.
For more information, call Recycle Utah at 649-9698.
C&S sweeps up awards
Park City’s full-service advertising agency, C&S Creative Services, announced last week that they have won awards from three advertising competitions. For exceptional designs of brochures for the Lookout at Deer Valley and vintage on the Strand, C&S claimed a gold and silver award respectively at the 2005 Utah Advertising Federation’s ADDY Awards competition held last March. The Lookout campaign also won the silver ADDY District-12 award, beating out regional competition from Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas and Wyoming.
C&S Creative Services additionally won a bronze award at the 12th Annual Summit Creative Awards for the design of a brochure for Les Chateaux DuVal at The Canyons. The Summit Creative Awards honors the top advertising agencies worldwide with billings under $25 million. Judges for the competition include industry experts from the United States, Canada, Germany and South Africa.
The 2006 Communicator awards also honored C&S with four Awards of Excellence for brochures designed for Les Chateaux DuVal, Lookout at Deer Valley, Silver Strike Lodge at Empire Pass and Vintage on The Strand. The Communicator Award of Excellence is presented to entrants whose ability to communicate elevates them among the best in the field.
Park City-based C&S Creative services provides advertising, public relations and marketing support to showcase clients since 1987. For more information, contact C&S President Cathy Slusher at 649-1234.
Main Street Business Alliance invites new members
The Historic Main Street Business Alliance invites all Main Street business owners to its annual membership meeting. This is an opportunity to meet other business owners, vote in new board members, hear about downtown improvements and special events and learn about the benefits of membership.
Discussion will focus on HMBA year-end review, City Tour, HMBA board of director nominees, Park City Museum renovations, Swede Alley, Plaza and other capital projects, and the Kimball Arts Festival.
Join the meeting for appetizers and conversation on Tuesday, May 23, from 6 to 8 p.m. at The Spur, at 350 ½ Main Street.
For more information, contact Anita at firstname.lastname@example.org or (435) 658-9612.
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