Tag Archives | Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory


MMSA acquisition and home-town impact

While Eastern Sierra residents consider the news this week that Mammoth Mountain has agreed to buy Bear Mountain and Snow Summit, some wondered what it would all mean to the local communities. We posed that question to Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory. He said, “Mammoth will have a deeper and broader position in the Southern […]

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Pam Murphy will move on from MMSA

PAM MURPHY ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR FUTURE (Press Release) Mammoth Mountain Ski Area executive Pam Murphy shared with employees Tuesday that she is moving on from the company. “After 40 years with Mammoth Mountain I am moving on to spend more time enjoying life. To say I have loved my time here would be an understatement. […]

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MMSA CEO responds to drought

With skier visits down 37% and revenue off by more than $17 million due to the drought, Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory let employees know that hours and days would be cut but no layoffs so far. Gregory announced at a Department Head meeting last week his decision to require all salaried employees to take […]

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Waiting for the snow

The town of Mammoth Lakes and Mammoth Mountain Ski Area (MMSA) held their Regular Liaison Committee Meeting on Monday, January 13, 2014. The meeting took place in the boardroom at Main Lodge with Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory sitting at the head of the table.  The attendees also included Ron Cohen (MMSA’s Director of Governmental […]

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June is back

For June Lake, the past year brought home brutal realities with the closure of June Mountain. But, today, June Mountain is back, and skiing will resume with plans for more marketing, more good deals and more facilities ahead. It was the summer of 2012 when Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory announced that June Mountain would […]

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Gregory will unveil plans for June Mountain

Next Tuesday, Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory will present the June Mountain Ski Area operating and marketing plan at a public meeting of the June Lake Citizens Advisory Committee. Community members say they are eager to hear details. Meanwhile, Abigail Ross at June Mountain said around six inches of snow now sits on the slopes […]

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June Mountain sets opening date

What a difference a year has made. Last year, Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory announced closure of June Mountain for the season. Residents of June Lake were hit hard. Now, word is out that June Mountain will re-open December 14th, weather permitting. According to a press release from Mammoth Mountain, June will offer free skiing […]

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Rusty Gregory: “Mammoth Mountain will not be run by me”

As the Mammoth Town Council settled in for a long discussion on the new Tourism Business Improvement District Wednesday night, Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory stood up to encourage support of the TBID. With little explanation, Gregory said, “In two or three weeks I’ll be announcing who will run Mammoth Mountain Ski Area next. Mammoth […]

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Rusty Gregory lays out plans for June Mountain

Mono Supervisor Chair Byng Hunt laid out the ground rules at Tuesday’s Board meeting in Bridgeport with Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory and a room full of people from June Lake. Hunt said officials wanted to hear about the re-opening of June Mountain but also about the revitalization of the community. Hunt also said there […]

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