Cannon Mountain Gets New General Manager

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Publish Date

07/12/2007

SAM Magazine-Concord, N.H., July 12, 2007-The New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development has hired John DeVivo to be the new general manager for Cannon Mountain Resort and Franconia Notch State Park.DeVivo assumes his new role on Friday, July 13th.

DeVivo had previously been vice president of mountain operations at Attitash Resort. Before that, he was a division manager in the marketing department at Sunday River Ski Resort. "I'm very excited to be working with the team at Cannon Mountain Resort and Franconia Notch State Park," he said. "The incredible natural beauty of the area, in addition to the historical significance of both the ski resort and the state park, make it a fantastic place to live, work and play, and I'm happy to be involved."

DeVivo has a degree in recreation management from East Stroudsburg University (Pa.).

Comments

A Great Pick for the Job!

Great choice to run Cannon. John has worked hard for this over his career and will run a tight, smooth operation at Cannon. He is a go getter who knows what he wants and how to get it. John is a team player and leads by example.

All the best to John in his new position and to all the staff who will be working with John, feel proud to have a leader like him running your company. He will earn your respect.

Skier

Way to go JD!! Congratulations on a well deserved opportunity.

Cannon son

I too want to offer JD my congratulations. Cannon is a huge part of skiing history in this country, and hopefully will continue its legacy into the future.
Since I grew up skiing there in the 60's and 70's, I have many great memories of that Mountain, (many of which I am still not willing to admit to) that even now I considered Cannon to be my home.
I just hope when I come up there this winter I don't get in half the trouble with JD as I used to get into with Bill Norton......another of the Cannon GM's for whom I will always have the greatest admiration and respect. I can't count how many times he took my pass away for a week at a time, but no matter what we did, he always treated us fairly, even when we didn't really deserve it.

Comm Mgr

Congrats and good luck to JD. He's the man.

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