Julin leaving Copper executive post | SummitDaily.com

Julin leaving Copper executive post

COPPER MOUNTAIN – C.J. Julin, the executive director of the Village at Copper Association and a longtime fixture at the resort, announced he is taking a marketing position with the Centex homebuilding company.At Centex, he joins another former Copper alum, Paul Stashick, once the executive vice president for the Intrawest development division at Copper. Intrawest owns Copper Mountain.Stashick is now president of Centex’s Pacific Division. Julin will work on marketing and sales for the company’s destination resort group in the mountain region.Julin said his last day at Copper would be Dec. 5. The Leadville native said he would continue to live in Silverthorne.Plans are for Stashick and Julin to open a Centex office in Dillon.The Village Company, as Julin’s association is informally known, is a master homeowners group for Intrawest’s new development at Copper.It is charged with bringing events, animation and entertainment to the village core.Julin leaves as the total of the Village Company’s work is beginning to fill out the summer and winter seasons with continuous activity.”We are on the threshold … we have come a long way,” Julin said. “I am proud of everything we have done to date. Everything is coming to fruition.”

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