Andy and Louise are top producers at Re/Max Metro in Bountiful, selling more than $15.4 million in residential real estate in 2005.
Futura wins MEP award
CLEARFIELD -- Lt. Governor Gary Herbert will announce winners of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) 2005 Manufacturer of the Year Awards Thursday evening at the State Capitol.
Recognized for their outstanding manufacturing achievements, eleven companies throughout the state, including one from Davis County, were selected.
The local award winner, Futura Industries of Clearfield, received the award in the category of Continuous Improvement.
The annual recognition encourages manufacturers in Utah to apply innovative, competitive and cost effective principles to the management of their businesses.
Information on the category winners can be obtained from Melanie at 801-368-0468
The 2005 winners will be honored at Awards Luncheons in their respective cities throughout the month of March and April. For information on attending the upcoming award luncheon in your respective area, please contact Melanie at 801- 368-0468.
Party planning available
LAYTON -- Linda Ford, area resident and birthday party afficionado, has decided to make use of her wide experience and lifelong love of entertaining to form her own company -- Party Pizzazz.
Ford and husband Blaine, residents of Layton, are the parents of 10 children. Naturally, this has given her the opportunity to plan a lot of birthday parties. Neighbors must have liked what they saw because they were soon hiring Ford to be their party consultant.
Now busy moms, dads, grandparents, aunts and uncles can all obtain help and advice to provide a memorable party. In fact, just by registering at the Party Pizzazz Web site at www.partypazzazz.com, visitors can receive a free party planner that advises them on what to do when.
"Moms are so busy these days," Linda said. "It takes so much time and energy to figure out what to do and how to do it. We help simplify their lives and still give them the chance to make magic memories for their families."
For a free Party Planner or for more information, visit www.partypazzazz.com.
DWS explains UI appeals
Ninety-five percent of Utah workers are covered by Unemployment Insurance through the State of Utah.
Would you like to know how your Unemployment Insurance rate is calculated and learn ways to control those costs? Do you know what rules govern Unemployment Insurance in Utah and how to prepare for a hearing?
If so, you won't want to miss the next Department of Workforce Services/Davis Chamber of Commerce employee seminar "27 Ways to Win Your Unemployment Insurance Claim," on Wednesday, March 15, 7:30-9:30 a.m. at the Ogden Weber Applied Technology College (OWATC), 200 North Washington Blvd, Ogden.
Speakers Pamela Heal and Bryan Call are both Administrative Law Judges for the Department of Workforce Services. They will explain the rules that govern UI Benefits for former employees, discuss how eligibility decisions are made and the effects of these decisions on your company's UI tax rate. They will provide valuable tips on how to prepare for and win your UI appeal.
The cost is $10 per person, which includes breakfast and all seminar materials. (Pay at the door via check or cash.)
To register, or for further information, contact Cory Olson, firstname.lastname@example.org or (801) 776-7820 by Monday, March 14.