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Randy Barrett promoted at Crested Butte resort

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CRESTED BUTTE – Randy Barrett, formerly charged with resort operations, has been promoted to vice president and general manager overseeing all aspects of Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR). “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to help lead CBMR into a very exciting future,” Barrett said. “The goal is to reach at least 400,000 skier days and for our guests to experience an up-tick in the overall quality of the product the resort provides.”Barrett has been with Crested Butte Mountain Resort for 22 years. He began his ski industry career in 1982 as a lift operator while participating in the company’s student program. Since 1995, he has held various upper management positions within the company.”With aggressive capital programs aimed at product quality and a continued emphasis on staff and customer service, hopefully, in the near future, we will be one of the top five – if not the No. 1 – winter ski destination,” Barrett said.Upgrades for the 2004-2005 season– An overall facelift for the resort, including new signage, landscaping, brush cutting and painting of the lift terminals. — Increased grooming and snowmaking: Snowmaking on the resort’s popular International run, which will be groomed nightly. — Four new snowcats to increase snowmaking efforts mountain-wide.– New look, new name and new fare at the Coors Light Butte 66 BBQ Roadhouse (formerly the Coors Light Hall of Fame) and Rustica Ristorante (formerly Andiamo’s).– 15 new acres of terrain and three new runs serviced by the existing Prospect Lift, which also will access the new ski-in/ski-out Prospect real estate development.– New mountain schools, lift operations, park rangers, and guest service uniforms.- Special to the Daily


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