Celebrate Hospitality Month at New West KnifeWorks with its Pro Program and perks

PARK CITY, Utah — New West KnifeWorks owner Corey Milligan gave himself a lofty goal 25 years ago: to make the finest knives in the world. It’s been a long upward path of learning, innovation, and expansion to get to the place today where New West’s knives are universally recognized as a world-class offering in the cutlery market. A benchmark for success over the years has been, ‘how do the knives survive in a professional kitchen?’ 

“To make knives that thrive in the extreme chaos of the professional kitchen requires a relentless commitment to the cutting edge. It means persistent experimentation with design until form is seamlessly fused with function. It means seeking out the finest ingredients and combining them with the patient hands of an artist. Our unwavering pursuit of our mission makes us the choice of pros around the world. So, whether you are a pro or home chef, our knives become an extension of your hand and turn your time on the cutting board into a performance.” —Owner and founder Corey Milligan

This month from October 18 through November 18, New West is celebrating workers in the restaurant industry with special industry pricing for those who enroll in its Pro Program. Over the years, more and more professional chefs have added New West blades to their knife rolls.

“We consider it a privilege to have our knives in the hands of professional chefs who can best judge their worth,” said Milligan.

Private chef Gina Clarke has a whole arsenal of New West knives in her bag to wow clients.

Hospitality Month in-store at 625 Main Street in Park City includes deeper pro deal discounts, free laser engraving, knife sharpening (first knife free), and special in-store events. Just bring in your pay stub or other proof of employment in the hospitality industry.

New West KnifeWorkds is extending enrollment to front-of-house staff and other select members of the hospitality industry.

“We have stores in Park City, Napa Valley, and Jackson Hole,” he said. “Those places depend on their hospitality workers to thrive. The cost of living in these places is very high, and affordability for those who work in hospitality can be a challenge. This is our way of saying thanks to all those who make Park City a prime destination. We couldn’t do it without you.”

Visit New West KnifeWorks in person at 625 Main Street, Park City, for Hospitality Month from October 18 through November 18. Or sign up for the Pro Program and check out the highly reviewed collections online.

Park City’s own Chef Briar Handly, co-owner and chef at Handle, reviewed New West’s Teton Edge Santoku knife. Watch below.

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