DAVIS COUNTY -- Dan Anderson, Evan Lott, Natalie Thomas and Tammy Young have been named as four new members of Coldwell Banker. Anderson and Lott are both relatively new to the industry, as they both join after graduating from real estate schools. Anderson, Lott, and Thomas will be placed in the Bountiful office while Young will concentrate on the North Davis end.
Driving already expensive for 2008
DAVIS COUNTY -- AAA Utah has reported that their most recent research is finding that the cost of driving is up more than $300.
In this year's AAA edition of "Your Driving Costs," the study estimates the overall cost of owning and operating a vehicle at 54 cents per mile, an increase of almost 2 cents since the release.
Factors of the rising cost include the ballooning of gas prices over the recent months, which costs on average $3.13 per gallon today.
The book; however, also offers tips on how to save a few dollars while gas prices continue to escalate.
"The tips that are offered in the book are helpful to read," said Rolayne Fairclough, AAA spokesperson. "One helpful tip is to purchase a smaller, more fuel efficient vehicle. It will save money just on gas alone.
"Also shop aggressively in your area for the cheapest gas. Sometimes going to the same place every time won't save you money."
For more information on the book or for further information, visit AAA's website at www.aaa.com.
DATC Breakfast Seminar
KAYVILLE -- The Davis Applied Technology College is concentrating on culture and growth as part of their weekly breakfast seminar.
The seminar will be held on Wednesday, April 23 at 8 a.m. in the Freeport Center DATC.
To RSVP for the event or for further information, call 801-593-2549 or email the DATC at email@example.com.
NUBES Summit for local businesses
LAYTON -- The Davis Chamber of Commerce, along with Weber County and Davis Economic Development office, will focus their attention on local businesses for the Northern Utah Business and Economic Summit Wednesday, April 23.
"We've assembled 32 experts from all facets of the local economy to share their insights with Northern Utah professionals," said John Pitt, president of the Davis Chamber of Commerce. "We're hoping for a large turnout."
The summit will feature a host of panel discussions, key-note address, break-away sessions as well as opportunities to meet with other business people from Davis County as well as northern Utah.
The summit will be at the Davis Conference Center, 800 Heritage Park Blvd. in Layton and will run from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For further information, contact the Davis Chamber of Commerce at 801-593-2200 or visit their website at www.davischamberofcommerce.com.