KHMR has faith in management team

After president of KHMR left the position earlier this fall, the resort is keeping the current management staff in place.

  • Nov. 4, 2013 5:00 a.m.

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort is shifting its managerial duties after president and chief executive officer Steve Paccagnan resigned to take a position at Panorama.

The Resorts of the Canadian Rockies, who owns KHMR, have no current plans to fill the vacant position, as they believe the current staff have things under control.

“We have a great management team in place in Golden,” said Matt Mosteller, media relations co-ordinator for RCR.

“They’ve done an amazing job, we’re very proud of them.”

Paccagnan’s former duties have been distributed amongst the management team in place at the resort. When RCR took over KHMR in early 2012, it was the only one of the corporation’s resorts with a president’s position.

Kicking Horse has received some special accolades as of late, including making the #2 spot in Powder Magazine’s Top 50 ski hills.

 

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