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Halloween Blood Drive at Deer Valley Resort

This Halloween, give more than candy to your fellow Utahns. Give the gift of life by donating blood at Deer Valley Resort’s Transylvania Tea Party blood drive.

In partnership with ARUP Blood Services, Deer Valley Resort invites eligible donors to lend an arm and donate blood at the Transylvania Tea Party blood drive. The festive tradition – Halloween costumes encouraged – will be held Monday, October 31st, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Snow Park Lodge to serve Utah blood banks.  

ARUP Blood Services is the sole blood provider to University of Utah Hospital, Huntsman Cancer Hospital, Primary Children’s Medical Center and Shriners Hospital for Children. 

“We welcome the Park City community and guests to participate in our annual Halloween-themed blood drive to support local blood banks,” said Deer Valley Resort President & Chief Operating Officer Todd Bennett. “Special thanks to our HR staff, along with the ARUP Blood Services team, who are working hard to create a fun, comfortable environment for everyone who’s willing to spare their time and effort to serve their neighbors in need.”

The Deer Valley Transylvania Tea Party will be held at Snow Park Lodge at 2250 Deer Valley Dr. Walk-ins are welcome, and you can schedule appointments here, using the search code B068. Costumes are encouraged but optional, and light refreshments will be provided.

Donors must be 18 or older (or at least 16 years old with parental permission slip), weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good health, and provide a photo ID. Click her for full eligibility guidelines. ARUP Blood Services, a division of ARUP Laboratories which is an enterprise of the University of Utah and the Department of Pathology, will be conducting the drive. Further questions about the blood drive can be directed to the Deer Valley Resort Human Resources front desk at 435-645-6654.


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