Powdr completes deal to purchase Copper
Ryan Summerlin December 18, 2009
PARK CITY, Utah – Powdr Corp announced Friday it has successfully closed on its acquisition of Copper Mountain Resort from Intrawest.
“We appreciate the hard work put forth to finalize this acquisition,” said John Cumming, chief executive officer at Powdr Corp. “We are thrilled to work with the experienced team in place at Copper Mountain and grateful for the opportunity to expand the Powdr family into Colorado.”
According to a press release, this winter there will be no impacts on the guest experience at Copper Mountain. Powdr Corp will work together with Intrawest to ensure that all of the multi-mountain season pass products, vacation reservations and joint marketing initiatives will be honored for the 2009-2010 winter season. This includes the Rocky Mountain Super Pass suite of products that provide skiers and riders with access to Copper Mountain, Steamboat Resort and Winter Park Resort. Vacation packages and season passes for all three mountains will continue to be available at www.skicolorado.com
“We are excited to join Powdr Corp’s family of resorts,” said Gary Rodgers, president and general manager at Copper Mountain. “The emphasis they place on the on-mountain experience allows us to solidify our place as Summit County’s favorite resort for skiing and riding.”