Peak Resorts (SKIS) Says Ski Season Continues to Develop From Warm Start

Peak Resorts (SKIS) Says Ski Season Continues to Develop From Warm Start

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Peak Resorts, Inc.,a leading owner and operator of high-quality, individually branded ski resorts in the U.S., today announced that its board of directors appointed David W. Braswell, Esq., as a member of the board and as a member of the nominating and corporate governance committee. Braswell is replacing Michael Staenberg, who resigned from the board effective February 3, 2016, for personal reasons.

Braswell is a St. Louis-based partner with Armstrong Teasdale LLP. He has extensive corporate and securities law experience advising a wide range of clients from emerging businesses to Fortune 500 companies. His practice includes serving as lead counsel to corporations and their boards of directors, providing guidance on compliance issues, and helping them shape and execute their strategic plans and operational goals.

Tim Boyd, president and chief executive officer, commented, “David’s experience makes him an ideal fit for our board. We are looking forward to his contributions as we implement our road map for growth. We continue to see the overnight and day-drive segments of the market as offering opportunities for organic growth, resort development and further acquisitions. The board demonstrated confidence in that strategy when it declared a regular quarterly cash dividend in December that will be paid to Peak shareholders on February 24 (record date January 4). We anticipate the board will declare the next regular quarterly dividend in March, reflecting continued confidence in our operations and outlook.”

Boyd added, “This year’s ski season continues to develop from its warm start. We experienced very strong activity across the entire 14-resort portfolio in the second half of January, reflecting pent up demand and the improved weather conditions. Now we are looking forward to an excellent Presidents’ Day holiday across all of our resorts, but particularly in the Northeast, where many schools close for a full week for this holiday. We also anticipate United States Citizenship and Immigration Services approval of our first EB-5 investor’s I-526 Petition in the near future.”



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