Communication is key, especially in times of crisis. Making sure people have the right information at the right time can be the difference in the decisions they make and the actions they take.
Knowing that employees, guests and the Las Vegas community depend on us for resort information and news, here at Lee Canyon, we take our reputation as a reliable source of information seriously. When COVID-19 spread to Las Vegas, we kept in close communication with employees using our suite of communication methods which include meetings, email, newsletters and an intranet.
POWDR businesses are often like families who have each other's backs and support each other through good times and bad. Frequently, that connection can trickle down to individual employees.
A staff member here at Lee Canyon recently witnessed an example of this in the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Like many POWDR businesses, Lee Canyon had a plethora of leftover food when we shuttered operations on March 15. And as a small player in the Las Vegas community, particularly compared to the casinos, we wanted to identify the right organization to which to give it. We found that in the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY), a non-profit that provides Southern Nevada’s homeless youth support to rebuild their lives.
LAS VEGAS (May 4, 2020) – In response to the impact of COVID-19 on the 2019/20 ski season, and to help guests feel confident in planning for next season, Lee Canyon announces its Passholder Promise.
Celebrate International Women's Day, Sunday, March 8,
A festival that honors inclusion and the progress women have made towards equality in snow sports and society.