Ski Butlers, a ski rental outfitter, held its annual franchise meetings in Aspen last week on Oct. 1–4. Representatives from all 10 Ski Butlers locations were in attendance.
“I could not be more thrilled to be hosting the Ski Butlers meeting in our own backyard,” said Riley Tippet, owner of Ski Butlers Aspen and Telluride. “The town of Aspen and Ski Butlers focus so much on culture, service, quality, team work and the environment. It is the perfect place to host the meetings.”
The theme of this year’s meeting? The power of the team.
“There is nothing more powerful than an entire team working together,” said Bryn Carey, founder and president of Ski Butlers. “Empowering our team members, whether they are an owner or a first year ski tech, to make decisions, to do whatever it takes to wow the customer, to be active on social media, and to do this all together is so powerful.”
Founded in 2004 in Park City, Utah, Ski Butlers now serves over 30 North American resorts in Colorado, California, Utah, Wyoming and British Columbia, Canada. Ski Butlers home office is in Park City, Utah.