Intrawest moving HQ to Colorado from Canada |

Intrawest moving HQ to Colorado from Canada

Intrawest Corp. – owner of Steamboat Springs resort and operator of Winter Park – has announced its moving its headquarters from Vancouver, British Columbia to somewhere in Colorado. That’s according to the Vancouver Sun, which obtained an internal memo from CEO Bill Jensen outlining the move.

“With shared services and Intrawest’s two largest resorts already in Colorado, this relocation is the logical next step to the continued growth of Intrawest, and is consistent with the company’s long-term business strategy,” he said in the memo, according to the Sun.

Jensen – former head of Breckenridge Ski Resort and Vail Mountain – said the relocation will bring senior management closer to Intrawest’s core business assets.

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