Megnin Named Killington Resort, Pico Mountain Director of Sales and Marketing

By AlpineZone News |
Aug 05 2010 - 11:40 AM

KILLINGTON, Vermont — Killington/Pico Ski Resort Partners, LLC President and General Manager Chris Nyberg announced today that Robert Megnin has been named Director of Sales and Marketing for Killington Resort and Pico Mountain.

“Rob brings more than 23 years of resort sales and marketing experience to Killington and Pico and we are very excited to have him join our team,” Nyberg said. “He is a passionate and dedicated ski industry professional with a proven track record in driving resort sales, innovation and leadership.”

Megnin most recently served as director of sales and marketing at New Jersey’s Mountain Creek Resort. He was also director of marketing at Hunter Mountain, New York and past president of Ski Areas of New York. Megnin earned his B.S. and M.S. in Resort, Tourism and Hospitality at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Mengin will be responsible for all Killington Resort and Pico Mountain marketing and sales functions including, strategy, branding, planning, public relations, events, sponsorships, and serve as a member of the Killington Resort executive team. Megnin will start his new position on August 10.

About Killington Resort Killington Resort offers the most diverse ski and snowboard terrain in the East, world-class terrain parks, an expansive lift network, the most extensive snowmaking system in the world complemented by numerous off-mountain activities, including après, dining, shopping and lodging options. For the 2010-11 season, Killington Resort is the East Coast stop for the Winter Dew Tour, Jan. 20-23, showcasing the top winter ski and snowboard athletes from around the world competing in superpipe and slopestyle competition at Bear Mountain.

About Pico Mountain With more vertical drop than 80% of all New England ski areas, family friendly Pico Mountain offers mogul trails, glades, groomed cruisers and the Triple Slope Terrain Park, all of which lead back to one classically-styled Vermont base lodge. Pico’s 50 trails, 214 skiable acres and seven lifts (including two high-speed quads) offer big mountain terrain, with small mountain charm.