Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Business Briefs


Sun Valley, Chamber revive business pass

The Sun Valley-Ketchum Chambers and the Sun Valley Resort have partnered once again to offer transferrable ski passes to local employers. The transferrable ski pass program has proven to be a valuable employee benefit for businesses. New for the 08-09 season is a 20 day transferrable pass available for $1,000. The transferrable season pass will continue to be available for $2,500.

The revenues from the transferrable ski pass program are divided equally to support the Fly Sun Valley Air Service Opportunity Fund for the Horizon Minimum Revenue Guarantee (MRG), and a new daily motor coach bus transportation to and from Boise for the 08-09 winter season.

Transferrable ski passes allow more than one person to use the pass throughout the season. Passes can be purchased by calling Stefany Mahoney, Membership Services Director at 725-2105.

Mountain West Bank settles into new digs

Mountain West Bank has opened its doors for the new branch office in Ketchum at the corner of Leadville and Sun Valley Road.

The spacious, modern new offices replace their old site, just a block away on the corner of Sun Valley Road and East Avenue. The new building includes retail space and nine penthouse residential units.

The bank's old building has been purchased by the City of Ketchum for use in developing a town plaza.

Notes Music Store holds grand opening

The Notes Music store is now open for business in Hailey's Bullion Square. The store held its grand opening Friday after the Homecoming parade.

The business carries in stock a full line of quality musical instruments, sheet music and accessories. In addition to the fully stocked showroom, Notes also offers private music lessons with qualified teachers and instructors.

Business showcase set for November

The Sun Valley/Ketchum CVB and the Hailey Chamber of Commerce invite the community to attend the 16th Annual Business Showcase held in the Limelight Room of the Sun Valley Inn on Thursday, November 6th, 2008, from 4:30--7:30 p.m.

The Business Showcase is a free event, made possible by several generous sponsors including: Sun Valley Company, Mountain West Bank, Names & Numbers, and Hawley Graphics.

The Business Showcase is a tradeshow-type format that allows local businesses to display their products or services to the public. Everyone is invited to attend and meet local businesses, enjoy great food and drink, and enter to win fabulous prizes. Over 500 people usually attend this event, making this a great networking opportunity.

Booth registration is open to all Sun Valley/Ketchum CVB, Hailey and Bellevue Chamber members. The fee is $100 for Sun Valley/Ketchum CVB members and $125 for Hailey and Bellevue Chamber members. Deadline for registration is October 30th. For more information, or to register, please go to www.visitsunvalley.com/meetings or contact Stefany Mahoney, CVB Membership Services Director at 725-2105, or email smahoney@visitsunvalley.com




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