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Urbanski to lead Property Services Team at Bromley Mountain

July 6, 2019

Peru, VT – Bill Cairns, President of Bromley Mountain in Peru, VT, announced that Myles Urbanski has been named Director of Property Services for the resort. Urbanski has held the role of Assistant Property Services Manager at Bromley since June, 2015.

The promotion comes after Bromley’s long-time Property Services Director, Patrick Gordon, announced his plans to retire October 1. “This gives us the unique opportunity to have a seamless transition,” said Cairns. “Pat has served Bromley well and faithfully for 35 years and was a recipient of a Career Employee Award at our annual Vermont Ski Areas Association meeting held at Jay Peak in June. Bromley has been fortunate to have Pat at the helm with his years of dedicated service, and as he steps down, we feel fortunate to have Myles to pick up the baton and look toward the future.”

“I’m enthusiastically looking forward to joining the Bromley Senior Team and steering the Bromley Village crew in the years to come,” said Urbanski. In addition to his employment at Bromley, Myles exemplifies the family-friendly vibe at the mountain. A snowboarder himself, his two sons learned to ski on the mountain in the KAP/JISP school programs, and his eldest is currently beginning his working career as a ride attendant in the summer adventure park. The outdoor enthusiast also enjoys mountain biking and hiking with his family.

 “All of us at Bromley are looking forward to working with Myles in his new leadership roll this coming winter season” said Michael van Eyck, Assistant GM. “He has a first-hand understanding and respect for the deep history of Bromley Mountain, but will also bring a fresh new perspective to Village Operations.”


About Bromley Mountain

Bromley Mountain is located at 3984 Vermont Route 11, Peru, Vermont, six miles east of Manchester. For information on any and all things Bromley, visit

In the winter months, Bromley boasts 47 classic New England trails and glades on over 300 acres. Dubbed “Vermont’s Sun Mountain,” due to its exclusive southern exposure, the mountain features nine lifts – including a high-speed quad – several terrain parks, two dining facilities plus award-winning ski and snowboard schools and kids programs. In the summer months, Bromley’s “Vermont’s Summer Adventure” offers a wide variety of rides and attractions including America’s most famous triple-track Alpine Slide, the longest 4-line ZipRider in the east, southern Vermont’s longest water-slide ride and Vermont’s first Aerial Adventure Park, featuring 65 tree-borne elements across five wooded acres.