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Raise your glasses for Park City’s 3rd annual Shot Ski Event, hosted by Park City Sunrise Rotary Club and High West Distillery. Participants will line Park City’s Historic Main Street to throw one back on Saturday, October 13 at 2 p.m.

In 2017, the communal shot ski used 476 skis end to end totaling 2,225 feet in length in order to serve 1,250 people. This year, the event invites 1,275 shot-takers to break Breckenridge’s record set in January 2018 of 1,266 participants and 425 skis.

“We love the competitive nature of Park City locals, and we are determined to be back on top with a new shot ski record this year,” said Park City Sunrise Rotary Club member Connie Nelson. “And what better way to go bottoms up than with High West whiskey in our glasses?”

High West Distillery, the event’s presenting sponsor for the first time this year, will be topping off glasses with their own Rendezvous Rye.

A $25 ticket includes a spot on the shot, one souvenir shot glass and a token to enjoy a High West specialty drink at one of several after-party locations. High West is the official after-party site including Wasatch Brew Pub, OP Rockwell, O’Shucks and No Name Saloon, will also be celebrating. Please note tickets are non-refundable the event will take place rain or shine, guests must be 21+ to attend and have a valid I.D.

All proceeds will go to Park City Sunrise Rotary Club’s Grant Program for 20 community organizations.

View the weekly mortgage update from Intercap Lending for the 2nd week of October.

Join me at the Harvest Festival at High Star Ranch tomorrow from Noon – 5pm! The festival will feature local food and drink, activities for kids, wagon rides, live music, local crafts, and more. The State Road Tavern and restaurant opens at 11am.

OPEN HOUSE 12-5pm: Drop by and visit Mary at the new construction homes in the Thorn Creek Neighborhood at High Star Ranch! Thorn Creek is High Star Ranch’s premier, new, subdivision presenting thoughtfully designed homes by Rick Brighton.

Below is a very helpful newsletter from our friend Lisa Lundquist with info about Mortgage Rates and other information. Please check it out and contact us with any questions you might have!

The Park Silly Season Finale is this weekend, Sunday September 23rd. Also featured will be the Pet Fest Adoption. Click here to read more about the planned activities!

It is not too soon to start planning your Deer Valley visit for the 2018/2019 ski season, especially lodging, ski lessons and restaurant reservations during the holidays.

Below is a very helpful newsletter from our friend Lisa Lundquist with info about Mortgage Rates and other information. Please check it out and contact us with any questions you might have!

It’s time to start planning for the weekend – don’t miss the Park Silly Market! The costume theme is Camo Day. Click here for more information about the sponsor, main stage music and other activities.

Below is a very helpful newsletter from our friend Lisa Lundquist with info about Mortgage Rates and other information. Please check it out and contact us with any questions you might have!

 

According to Emmie Martin, writer for CNBC, though housing is scarce and wages are stagnant across the country, a lot of American cities are booming: They offer job opportunities, thriving businesses and an abundance of places to live. Of the top 15 boom towns in America, two towns are in Utah.

Personal finance site MagnifyMoney identified America’s biggest boom towns by analyzing how the 100 largest metro areas in the country changed over a five-year period (between 2011 and 2016) across three categories: population and housing; workforce and earnings; and business growth. Cities could earn a possible score of 100 in each category, which were then averaged together for the final ranking.

Cities could earn a possible score of 100 in each category, which were then averaged together for the final ranking. You can read the full methodology here in an article by Kalli McFadden. 

The survey took into account factors such as total number of available housing units, unemployment rate, median earnings for workers, number of business establishments and number of employees paid per pay period to determine which metro areas aren’t just rapidly expanding but actually sustaining healthy growth over time.