Vail Resorts names new leaders for resorts |

Vail Resorts names new leaders for resorts

The Associated Press
Aspen, CO Colorado

BROOMFIELD, Colo. – Vail Resorts Inc. is shuffling leaders at its five resorts in Colorado and California.

The company said Thursday that Keystone Resort Chief Operating Officer Doug Lovell was named vice president and chief operating officer of Beaver Creek Resort, where he previously was director of mountain operations.

Breckenridge Resort director of skier services John Buhler was named vice president and general manager of Keystone. Vail ski and snowboard school director Pete Sonntag was named vice president and general manager of Heavenly Mountain Resort.

Vail Resorts mountain division co-presidents John Garnsey and Blaise Carrig once had more direct responsibility for individual resorts but now have more strategic responsibilities.

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