PARK CITY, Utah — The Park City Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau (PCCVB) welcomes the Park City community to its annual meeting on August 31 at Pendry Park City.
Partners and community members are invited to join the Chamber for breakfast while learning more about the organization’s plans for the upcoming fiscal year, which includes an important announcement featuring a new program that will benefit Chamber partners and their employees. Event check-in and breakfast begin at 8:15 a.m., with the program starting promptly at 9 a.m.
“We’re thrilled to share our inspiring roadmap for the upcoming year and unveil our latest program destined to benefit businesses and uplift their invaluable workforce,” said Jennifer Wesselhoff, President and CEO of Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau. “Together, we can foster a vibrant business ecosystem that nurtures sustainable tourism, fosters prosperity, and paves the way for a united community poised for boundless success.”
This year partners and community members will hear from Robert Spendlove of Zions Bank, Vicki Varela from the Utah Office of Tourism, and Ryan Starks from the Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity. Additionally, the chamber will recognize outgoing board members and award the prestigious Myles Rademan Spirit of Hospitality Award to an outstanding community member.
“Annual Meeting is our opportunity to share all the great work completed and the great work to come,” said Scott House, VP of Partner Services at Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau. “This year is no different, and we’re really excited to not only share updates from the Chamber but also to welcome leadership from Zions Bank, the Utah Office of Tourism, and the Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity to provide attendees with meaningful updates and robust programming so they leave the meeting informed and energized for what’s to come.”
Tickets are currently on sale for $55 per person and $440 per table of eight. Registration will remain open until August 25 or until tickets are sold out.