The Colorado-based company will acquire the Stowe, Vt., resort, adding to the company’s network of 10 resorts and marking its first East Coast property. Vail has no immediate plans for changes at Stowe Mountain, and is expected to retain the property’s year-round staff.
Facilities That Work Making Clubs Work Smarter
Finding new ways to hold the line on labor, supplies, building costs and other operating expenses has become especially critical during challenging times.
AIG to Sell Stowe Mountain Resort
Bailed-out insurance giant American International Group (AIG) has plans to sell Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont (see “A Place for All Seasons,” C&RB, February 2009). AIG spokesman Peter Tulupman confirmed in an article in The Boston Globe that the resort went up for sale on May 13th, but gave few other details. AIG has received…
Turning “The Effect” Into a Cause
If companies don’t want to, or can’t hold their meetings in the usual destinations, why can’t local clubs serve as very attractive and reasonable alternatives?
A Place for All Seasons
Vermont’s Stowe Mountain Resort is now ready for a full-tilt, year-round run designed to bring new forms of green (prosperity and environmental leadership) to the Green Mountain State.