Ski Butlers Blog - November 2015
WOW! Thanks to our Team Members for Delivering Legendary Service!
This is the point of the season where managers in all 10 of our Ski Butler stores are finishing up their hiring process, in which they search for the best employees they can find to deliver legendary service to our customers through the ski season. As the General Manager of our Breckenridge location, I know we are about to get the season started off on the right foot. With Thanksgiving coming this week, it signifies the first significant busy time in Breckenridge, and I am thankful to have an amazing team I can count on to deliver happiness to every customer.Read More...
Steamboat Resort Opens Early
With temperatures hanging out in the teens over the last few weeks, and snowfall accumulating almost daily, Steamboat locals have been itching to hit the slopes. This will be the first time since 2002 that the resort will be opening early and the town is beyond ecstatic about the news.Read More...
Community Involvement: Why do we do it?
The simplest answer is, why not? We recognize that we are a part of a mountain community that stretches across the globe from the Rockies of Colorado to the Himalayas of Nepal. Whether we’re skiing down groomed resort trails or forging our own through the backcountry, the communities that come together around these magnificent mountains are some of the closest and tight-knit in the world.
A Season After Injury
At the start of every ski season, we at Ski Butlers Steamboat get together for a ski day before our season really kicks off. Luckily, about an hour and a half drive we can be at Loveland Ski Area, which opens to skiers and snowboarders about a month before Steamboat Resort opens. Well, that day was yesterday and we got lucky enough to have a fresh foot of snow under our feet, but before hitting the snow I was a little nervous of how well I would do my first day back for the 2015/16 season.