New marketing manager at Silver Star

Erik Kalacis has been hired as director of sales and marketing.

There’s a new face behind the scenes at Silver Star Mountain Resort.

Erik Kalacis has been hired as director of sales and marketing.

“Erik comes to Silver Star with a rich background and expertise in the mountain resort and tourism industries,” states a release.

“Formerly with Red Mountain Resort and Grouse Mountain in various senior leadership roles in marketing, sales, business development and operations, Erik brings new energy and creativity to the Silver Star team.”

Kalacis is a former member of the Canadian national freestyle ski team, a certified ski instructor and ski coach and a licensed FIS freestyle technical delegate.

His management activities include freesytyle world championships and the Winter Olympic Games in 2002 and 2010.

 

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