Ski Butlers, the popular ski rental delivery company that has eased vacation hassles for hundreds of thousands of customers since its launch two decades ago in Park City, Utah, has made its first-ever expansion to the East with services now available for skiers at Stratton Mountain Resort and Mount Snow in Vermont. Ski Butlers also has brought Boston-based Parlor Skis and Snowboards aboard as a custom-built provider for their premium rental packages.
The expansion of the Alterra Mountain Company-owned business this season (which also includes the addition of Winter Park in Colorado) brings Ski Butlers services to 50 resorts in the U.S., Canada and Europe.
“Service has always been about doing what’s best for the customer and making it a convenient experience for them,” Ski Butlers’ new president Mike Cremeno, a New Hampshire native who raced while a student at UNH, said. “That’s still our lifeblood — from day one to 20 years down the road — ensuring that the customers have an easy experience all the way.”
Ski Butlers always has had New England ties. Founded in 2004 by Bryn Carey, a Kingfield, Maine, native and son of longtime Sugarloaf/The Canyons industry icon Chip Carey, the company’s mission always has been about simplifying, personalizing and customizing the ski rental process for its vacationing customers.