After closing unexpectedly last spring, Mammoth Mountain's June Mountain Ski Area has announced that it will reopen for the 2013-14 season. "Carl Williams [the mountain's general manager] is going to be working closely with the community on working to define a more clearly-identified market niche for June," CEO Rusty Gregory said. "That will involve both the Mountain and the community." Gregory said that they would attempt to cater to "young families." The ski area announced its closure after last year's brutally spare ski season. June has operated at a loss since Mammoth acquired it in 1986.
Via Mammoth Times
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