Many of our Chamber partners are well-established, but some young Parkites are just starting out. Brothers Spencer and Ethan Jennings opened Park City Mobile Luggage Valet one year ago.

“The culture of Park City is supportive of people trying something new,” Spencer says. “Everyone wants us to succeed.”

Succeed they have. The brothers pick up and store luggage for people checking out but not ready to leave or who arrive before check in time, helping visitors add precious hours to their PC stay without luggage worries. “We store bikes if you have no room, and we accept pre-shipped luggage,” Spencer adds.

The budding entrepreneurs are both long-time Parkites. ”I graduated from the Winter School in 2012 when it was at the Olympic Park, and Ethan graduated from Park City High in 2019,” Spencer says. “Our parents met at Canyons when it was still Park West.”

Naturally, the lure of the slopes is never far. “We love being right next to plenty of snowboarding,” Spencer says. “I’m so happy Woodward is here; I love riding there!”

When not flying down the slopes or toting luggage, Spencer is at a more meticulous task – woodcut printmaking. “I keep a small studio in Salt Lake,” he says. “One of the business perks is the flexibility to continue developing my art.” Meanwhile, Ethan pursues biology studies at the University of Utah.

Opening for their second season finds Spencer feeling thankful and optimistic. “We are grateful to everyone who offered encouragement during this first year,” he says. “We’re looking forward to meeting new clients. People are always so happy to be here.”

And we’re happy Park City Mobile Luggage Valet is here, serving visitors while the Jennings brother build their dreams -  a perfect snapshot of what Park City businesses are all about!