Jay Peak Resort up 500% since 2016 scandal

20 Apr: Jay Peak Resort up 500% since 2016 scandal

Leisure Hotels & Resorts has been diligently working to turn around the Jay Peak Resort since being brought on in to manage operations after the scandal that rocked Jay Peak. We’re happy to announce the 500% profit increase and look forward to growing the business even more! For the full story visit here: http://unofficialnetworks.com/2017/04/court-appointed-jay-peak-management-company-reports-500-profit

U.S. Ski Team Selects Burke Mountain Resort As Training Site for PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games

30 Jan: U.S. Ski Team Selects Burke Mountain Resort As Training Site for PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games

US Ski team has selected Burke Mountain as the training site for the 2018 winter games! This is a huge confirmation on how things have turned around and looking forward to the bright future at the property! Read the Full report here: http://skitrax.com/u-s-ski-team-selects-burke-mountain-resort-as-training-site-for-pyeongchang-2018-winter-games/

05 Jan: Holiday Record set a Jay Peak!

Things are definitely starting to turn around at Jay Peak in Vermont, a Leisure Operated property. This Holiday season set new records for business levels in the area after worries that the property would not be able to overcome previous financial issues. Read the full story here: http://www.firsttracksonline.com/2017/01/04/holiday-visit-set-record-at-vermonts-jay-peak/

13 Dec: Leisure Hotel CEO gives back to Dodge City

During the grand opening of the new Guymon Petro Bar and Grill on Thursday, a special presentation was made to Boot Hill Museum. “To help drive revenue for Boot Hill Museum I wanted to find an item I could donate to them,” Guymon Petro owner Steve Olson said. “I talked with Lara Brehm about what we could possibly do that would give people a connection to their past here in Dodge City.” That item was the watch of Bat Masterson. In 1885 during the Fourth of July, residents of Dodge City presented the pocket watch to Bat Masterson when he was voted, “The most popular man in Dodge City.” In July of this year, the watch went up for auction and was purchased by Olson for close to $16,000.   View the full story here: http://www.dodgeglobe.com/news/20161209/bats-watch-comes-home