The CEO of Vail Resorts, Rob Katz, has sent a letter to his counterpart, John Cumming, the head of Powdr Corp, saying that if - or when - Powdr loses the lease for more than 3,000 acres of its ski mountain, it's not realistic to insist that Park City Mountain Resort will continue to operate the ski area. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
When you're Rob Katz, the CEO of one of the world's biggest ski operators, and find out the joke is on your company by the small-town theater group, you make sure you get tickets to the sold-out show, so you can see for yourself. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.
A couple of court hearings scheduled for early next month in the ongoing legal dispute between Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts. This Tuesday, however, Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz offered to buy Park City’s access to the ski mountain and property that Vail Resorts holds a lease to. But Park City says no way to a Vail takeover. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
Hundreds were treated to a free cup of coffee this morning as Canyons Resort unveiled a new partnership with Mountain Trails Foundation that could potentially raise tens of thousands of dollars for the non-profit organization.
In its first public introduction of Vail Resorts to Park City, the company's Chief Executive Officer Rob Katz says he's thrilled to have added Utah to the company's assets. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
Following the award of a half-million dollars and volunteer help to Summit County nonprofit organizations Wednesday night, the CEO and Chairman of the Board for Vail Resorts, the new operator of Canyons, Rob Katz, addressed the invited crowd. After expressing his disappointment that Vail Resorts couldn't host this year's Park City Road Tour group due to the Boulder flooding, he's hopeful they will visit next summer. In the meantime, he joked he'll be lobbying the editors of Outside Magazine to see if Boulder could be named as the Best Outdoor Town. Katz then went on to talk about who
At a reception last night, Vail Resorts and Canyons Resorts handed out more than $500,000 in checks and committed more than a thousand hours of paid employee time to 10 Park City non-profit organizations. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.