Historic Park City Merchants Prepare for Small Business Saturday


Park City, Utah (November 10, 2017) – Historic Park City’s boutiques, galleries, and restaurants prepare for the holiday season with Small Business Saturday® events and activities.

Small Business Saturday® was created in 2010 to encourage support of small businesses across the country. Historic Park City boasts more than 200 shops, galleries, and restaurants of which more than 90% are locally owned and operated. The district is Park City’s largest and most concentrated collection of small businesses.

“Small businesses are the bricks of opportunity that help build the Park City community," says Park City Mayor Jack Thomas. “On behalf of City Council, we are honored to officially proclaim November 26, 2016, as Small Business Saturday.”

“Historic Park City’s Small Business Saturday celebrations fortify the district as Park City’s small business headquarters,” says Michael Barille, Executive Director of the Historic Park City Alliance. “There is something for everyone and every budget. From stocking stuffers, books, and crazy T-shirts, to places to get a haircut, take a break for a massage or to watch a game and have lunch, to the most current fashions in apparel and home furnishings. Challenge yourself to get to know Historic Park City all over again. You won’t be disappointed. Small Business Saturday® in Historic Park City is a combination of shopping, great food, entertainment, family togetherness, and unique experiences. Historic Park City merchants look forward to hosting guests as they kick-off the 2017 holiday season.”

In addition to the more than 200 small businesses that make up the historic district, Historic Park City’s Small Business Saturday® celebrations include the lighting of the Town Christmas Tree in Main Street’s Miners Park, the lighting of the Main Street lights, and the annual Electric Parade, a carnival of glittering cars, trucks, trolleys and other creative vehicles. Santa and holiday carolers complete the evening. Holiday festivities are scheduled throughout the day with the town lighting events set to begin at 5:30 p.m. in Main Street’s Miner’s Park. The Electric Parade procession arrives on Main Street at 6:00 p.m.

Holiday festivities continue in Historic Park City through the Holiday Season and include a Window Display Contest, a Strolling Santa, and carolers to spread Holiday cheer on select dates through the holiday season.

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Media Contact:

Meisha Ross

Historic Park City Alliance

info@meishalawson.com

435.659.9283

 

HISTORIC PARK CITY: 'THE MAIN ATTRACTION'

With a thriving business district that boasts more than 200 shops, lodges, restaurants, resort and cultural activities, art galleries and signature events, it's no doubt that Historic Park City is "The Main Attraction." The Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA) is dedicated to promoting Park City's Main Street and surrounding area as a viable, vital and dynamic place to live, work and play while also encouraging business development and enhancing activities that benefit the district.

 

Nestled in the valley bordered by Deer Valley Resort on one side and ski in, ski out access to Park City Mountain Resort on the other, it is the heart and soul of our mountain town and the epicenter of all that is fun and spontaneous. Historic Park City serves as the backdrop to Park City's annual marquee events including the Sundance Film Festival, Park City Arts Festival, Park City Food & Wine Classic and Savor the Summit. Favorite locals' activities on Main Street include the Park Silly Sunday Market and Friday Night Gallery Stroll.

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