Wednesday's Metro Business Report



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THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FROM THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT.

Several Salt Lake businesses report personnel changes. Christopherson Travel Group has hired Bruce Davis as a Corporate Account Executive. Glenwild Golf Club and Spa has hired Donna Coe as Membership Director.

O.C. Tanner has created an Olympic-themed entry “A Golden Mascot’s Christmas” for the 2001 Festival of Trees opening today at the South Town Expo Center in Sandy and running through December 1st.

Steve Chilton, Cache Valley Electric Executive Vice President, received the Coggeshall Award at the National Electrical Contractors Association National Convention. The award honors a person who made an outstanding contribution to the technical and training fields of the electrical industry.

The opening night at Williams Fine Art at 60 East South Temple is tomorrow evening, November 29th, and will feature the work of Maynard Dixon.

Here’s an Olympic business fact: Avoiding driving during the Games is a good idea. UTA is offering a special UTA Olympic Pass good for unlimited bus and TRAX use during the Games from February 6th through the 24th. It costs $20.

Many businesses are now facing the challenges caused by the economic slowdown and the terrorist attacks. The next “Meeting the Challenge Seminar Series” is on Marketing in Tough Times. This seminar, presented by Synergy, is this Friday, November 30th at 8 a.m. at the Chamber. The seminar is Free for chamber members. Call 328-5071 to register or see us on the web at saltlakechamber.org.

THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.

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