Acquisition Will Fuel the Expansion of the Global Leader in Ski and Snowboard Rental Delivery
Today Alterra Mountain Company announced it has acquired Ski Butlers, a leading ski equipment rental and delivery service based in Utah. Ski Butlers will remain a standalone business with ongoing operations in 50 worldwide ski destinations while maintaining its current staff and leadership. The acquisition will provide resort guests additional access to exceptional service and premier ski equipment at several Alterra Mountain Company destinations.
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Led by founder and CEO Bryn Carey since 2004, Ski Butlers has embraced its passion for the mountains and snowsports by delivering award-winning service to skiers and riders at resorts throughout North America and Europe. With the goal to offer guests a seamless experience and more time to enjoy their vacation, Ski Butlers offers a simple reservation system that results in delivery and pick-up of equipment at a date, time, and accommodation selected by the guest. In addition, the service provides unmatched customer service support throughout the stay, including changing of equipment on the mountain within an hour, for any reason.
“The Ski Butlers team has set the standard for guest satisfaction in the ski industry. As we continue to invest in building out a premier guest experience at each of our destinations, partnering with Ski Butlers is a natural addition.”
– Jared Smith, President and CEO of Alterra Mountain Company
Currently, Ski Butlers is available at Alterra Mountain Company destinations, Steamboat, Palisades Tahoe, and Deer Valley Resort, plus services in Lake Tahoe, Jackson Hole, Aspen Snowmass, Sun Valley, Big Sky, Copper, Telluride, Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Park City, Whistler-Blackcomb and throughout France and Italy. The company plans to expand operations into a number of North American destinations, starting at Mammoth Mountain for winter 22/23.
“We’ve spent 18 years focused on building a service-oriented business that our customers absolutely love, and we’ve been successful in doing that. We believe Alterra Mountain Company can help us scale that business to reach as many skiers and riders as possible while staying true to the ethos of our team and the experience our customers expect.”
– Bryn Carey, Founder and CEO of Ski Butlers
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Booooo, these corporate ski entities monopoly is growing. Stop the greed.