Ski Butlers Blog posts for 'colorado'
Where do our seasonal employees work during the Summer?
As a seasonal business, Ski Butlers employes lots of awesome people in the wintertime that find other means of supporting themselves financially through the summer months. Now that our shops have closed down for the summer, many folks in mountain towns are looking for work. Common summer jobs in ski towns typically include working the summer tourist season, such as working as a raft guide or workong on a local golf course in some capacity. Although it can be challenging finding work each season, many people enjoy this consistent change of pace in their work environment. I wanted to take this opportunity to give an update to what a few of our employees from our Breckenridge location are doing this summer before returning to Ski Butlers in the fall.
New Snow on the Way and Snow Sculptures in Breckenridge!
Our Ski Butlers here in Breckenridge have been doing their snow dances and it looks like it is about to pay off. The forecast is calling for snow to begin on Saturday night, with a slight chance of the storm pushing in early Saturday afternoon.
Ullr Brings the SNOW!!!
So I was waiting to start my snow update once the snow finally stopped, but as of 9:01 PM Mountain Time, Friday, January 12th the snow has not stopped!!! Late Thursday night, around midnight it started snowing in Breckenridge.Read More...
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...