Fluid Studio/Time Zone unite
BOUNTIFUL -- Fluid Studio has been awarded the opportunity to handle media buying for The Time Zone, a retail watch emporium.
Both businesses are based in Bountiful. The Time Zone, located downtown, offers a wide selection of elegant and casual watches.
Accompanying this retail store is ewatches.com, where one can find all of the sport and casual watches offered by The Time Zone. An online catalog, located at www.thetimezone.com, is also available to view the store's selection of Swiss watches.
Fluid Studio will use a variety of resources to define, locate, and market to The Time Zone's desired audience. Using different mediums, including TV, radio, print, and direct mail, Fluid Studio will be able to provide effective reach and quality exposures to customers within the target market.
This will direct potential customers to both the Web site and the retail store, as well as increase awareness of The Time Zone's showroom.
Fluid Studio is a graphic design and advertising firm which has recently done work for Bonneville Communications, The Gallivan Center, and Orbit Irrigation Products.
Zions notes board shifts
Zions First National Bank, a subsidiary of Zions Bancorporation (Nasdaq: ZION), announced today the appointment of four new board members who will replace four members retiring after decades of service.
Joining the board will be Stephen E. Holding, vice president of The Sinclair Companies; Charley D. Jones, president and CEO of Charshaw, Inc.; Eric O. Leavitt, president of Leavitt Group Enterprises; and John L. Valentine, attorney and president of the Utah State Senate.
Those retiring include Ronald S. Hanson, former Zions Bank president who has served on the board since 1981; Dixie Leavitt, founder of The Leavitt Group and a board member since 1983; Roy C. Nelson, former Bank of Utah president who has served on the board since 1998; and D. Gill Warner, former Associated Food Stores president who has served since 1976.
"Zions Bank is grateful for the many years of service and expertise provided by our outgoing board members. Each of them has provided valuable leadership during significant milestones in the history of our bank. I pay tribute to Ron, Dixie, Roy and Gill for their commitment to the bank's success over their combined nearly 90 years of service," said Zions Bank President and Chief Executive Officer A. Scott Anderson. "At the same time, we welcome the new members to our board of directors, all of whom are active community participants and business leaders. We look forward to their guidance and perspective as we lead Zions Bank into its next era of growth."