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Mount Bachelor: Management change

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Dave Rathbun (President and General Manager) and Spencer Weimar (Director of marketing, sales and reservations) are out. No word yet on any further changes or who will be taking over those roles.

 

Reported here:

 

http://www.ktvz.com/news/dave-rathbun-out-as-mt-bachelor-presidentgm/38554310

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Are the problems there due to the manager or the owner, Powdr Corp.?  The manager can't do more than the owner lets him do and provides the money to do it.

 

http://www.powdr.com/about/

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When I was at Bachelor a few years ago I was amazed at the number of people that I shared a chairlift ride with who without prompting brought up the topic of how much they dislike Powdr Corp and the way they operate Mt. Bachelor.

 

BTW does anyone know if they will be operating daily through April? I have a Max Pass that I plan on using first at Crystal who close April 17, then a few days on the Oregon Coast and then on to Bachelor.

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Bachelors closing date is end of May. We have the snowpack but who knows whats going with management. Maybe Powdr will sell? There still fixing Rainbow chair.

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