Greg Dallas resigns as COO from Mammoth Mountain

Mammoth Mountain press release

MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN, CA – Rusty Gregory announced this week several significant changes to Mammoth Resorts’ Executive Management Team. Greg Dallas, Chief Operating Officer for Mammoth and June Mountains, announced his resignation and will be leaving the company this fall to pursue other endeavors.

Greg Dallas

Greg Dallas

Dallas has been with Mammoth 14 years and has developed and cultivated an
exceptionally strong operations team. His responsibilities included the day-to-day operations of Mammoth and June Mountain Ski Areas along with Food and Beverage, Retail, Ski School, Summer Activities and Rental Services.

During his tenure at Mammoth, Dallas was instrumental in business planning and execution, and he led the operations team through countless construction projects and
infrastructure improvements.

“I leave Mammoth with a sense of confidence knowing the company is strong, healthy, and will continue to reach new heights in the upcoming years. I’m very proud of what the company has accomplished over the last several challenging years, and it is positioned incredibly well to prosper with a real winter. I would put my operations team up against any in the industry, they are truly the best of breed. I want to thank Rusty for his unwavering support and confidence in my abilities and
giving me the opportunity to succeed, fail, and grow,” said Dallas of his upcoming departure. “I learned to ski at Mammoth, and it’s been my mountain home my entire life. I will miss Chair 23 on a mid-week pow day.”

“Greg has done the impossible during impossible times, leading Mammoth to profitability despite a string of record setting droughts and declining skier visits. His talent and intensity will be missed,” said Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory of Dallas’ departure.

Mark Brownlie, formerly VP of Mountain Operations, has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer of Mammoth and June Mountain Ski Areas. Brownlie will oversee a number of resort operating divisions, including Mountain Operations, Ski Patrol, Lift and Slope Maintenance, Unbound Terrain Parks, Garage, and Ski School.

Eric Clark, Chief Operating Officer of Hospitality, will assume an expanded leadership role as Chief Operating Officer of Resort Services, adding Food and Beverage, Ticket Sales, Retail and Rental businesses to his existing responsibility for Mammoth’s four lodging properties, Staff Accommodations and Sierra Star Golf Course.

The Executive Management Team at Mammoth also includes Rusty Gregory, Chairman and CEO; Mark Clausen, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; Erik Forsell, Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer; Ron Cohen, Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel; David Likins, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Big Bear Mountain Resorts; and Rudy DeFelice,
Senior Director of Business Development.



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One Response to Greg Dallas resigns as COO from Mammoth Mountain

  1. Steve August 24, 2015 at 8:02 pm #

    Another one bits the dust.


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