Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation announced the addition of Matt Roberts as newly appointed Ticket Office director for the resort. Roberts has been a member of the SSRC marketing team since 2013 and will shift to his new position effective June 27.
“With a solid foundation of sales and online ticketing familiarity, Matt brings a unique perspective to the ticket operations at the resort,” said Katie Brown, vice president of sales and marketing for Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation. “We are thrilled that he will be heading the department as we continue the transition to RFID technology and focus on engaging with our local and destination guests.”
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Jeff Daniels has been named the new director of Guest Services, overseeing all Guest Services, Ambassador and Service Excellence programs for Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation beginning June 20, 2016. Daniels has been with the resort in Steamboat Central Reservations® since 2000, serving as the manager of Central Reservations since 2005
“We pride ourselves on providing the best customer service in the industry and Jeff has been at the forefront of that movement, making it a seamless fit for him to direct our Guest Services department,” said Jim Schneider, vice president of skier services for Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation. “Jeff’s wealth of knowledge, passion for success and strong community ties will allow Steamboat to excel with internal and external customer service and we look forward to seeing him develop in his new role.”
Southern Californians can discover the sought after experience of floating through legendary Champagne Powder® snow of Steamboat-Ski Town, U.S.A.® when Alaska Airlines launches new winter nonstop service from San Diego International Airport (SAN) to Steamboat/Hayden Airport (HDN) for the upcoming 2016/2017 ski and snowboard season.
“With Alaska’s success from Seattle over the past few years, we have strategically worked to provide new and expanded access into Steamboat-Ski Town, U.S.A.,” said Rob Perlman, president and chief operating officer for Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. “Together, significant strides have been made in expanding access to Steamboat as seen with the growth in the Seattle nonstop program; and now with this exciting new opportunity from San Diego. For the coming winter, we’ll focus on leveraging access from Alaska’s West Coast network via these key markets.”
Summer at Steamboat Ski Resort begins Thursday, June 9, with Routt County Riders Sponsorship Day, during which all proceeds from specially priced twilight tickets and a portion of bike rentals will benefit the local trail group. Since the Steamboat Bike Park opened in 2012, Sponsorship Day has collected nearly $20,000 for Routt County Riders. The June 9 benefit represents the start to the summer season, which will run daily through August 28 in addition to Labor Day Weekend and Fridays through Sundays from September 2 to 25.
“We couldn’t imagine a better way to start summer than by donating funds to maintain, expand and improve local trails that we all enjoy,” said Jim Schneider, vice president of skier services for Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. “Sponsorship Day demonstrates the true spirit of Bike Town, U.S.A., and we are proud to support the efforts of Routt County Riders.”