Ski towns across much of the west are crying the blues on the season snow pack. According to many experts in the industry, none of the resort managers expect to hit any records for lodging and ticket sales. Even so, Deer Valley doesn’t plan to lay anyone off before the end of the season. Carolyn Murray has this:
On today’s program, Summit County Council Member Glenn Wright recaps Monday’s special meeting. Deer Valley COO and General Manager Bob Wheaton discusses the upcoming season as well as the Solitude land exchange, his meeting with the new owner of the Mayflower Mountain property Gary Barnett and a staff meeting with the NewCo owner representatives that was held last Friday.
The Deer Valley sale to the KSL and Crown Family partnership isn’t final yet. The purchasing group still hasn’t settled on a name and the president of Deer Valley says nothing will change as they prepare for the coming ski season. Carolyn Murray has more.