Mount Snow, Vermont proudly announced ski industry veteran Matt Gebo as the newest addition to their team. Gebo will become Mount Snow’s Marketing and Events Director and will be a part of one of the most anticipated seasons at the mountain to date.
He was on had during the debut of the cutting edge Bluebird Express, which is the first and only high speed detachable six passenger bubble lift in North America, and become an integral part of the new features that the recent $9.5 million off-season capital improvements will bring.
As Massachusetts native, Gebo was raised skiing on the east coast and brings over 13 years of industry experience to his new role. He will have a wealth of experience to draw upon, including marketing positions at resorts in New Hampshire, Utah, Colorado and most recently California where he was the Marketing Programs Director for Mammoth Mountain.
“I am ecstatic to be taking on the role of Marketing and Events Director here at Mount Snow”, said Matt. ”Between the launch of the new Bluebird Express six-passenger bubble chair and having Carinthia named the number one park in the East, to the incredible master plan coming down the pipe for Mount Snow and Peak Resorts, this is an exciting time to be coming aboard and joining an incredibly welcoming team and community. There is a ton of opportunity and a very bright future at Mount Snow.”
Gebo’s will be tasked with overseeing all marketing programs, advertising campaigns, resort merchandising, web, graphic design, events, communications and public relations for Mount Snow. Resort officials are beyond excited to have Matt as part of the team, and look forward to his expertise in advertising, strategic marketing and social media to help further develop Mount Snow’s image with the goal of increasing skier days during the winter as well as rounds of golf at Mount Snow Golf Club and mountain biking visits during the summer.
For more information on Mount Snow and everything going on at the resort during this historic winter season, visit mountsnow.com or call 800-245-SNOW.