That’s according to Steve Olson, president and CEO of the Kansas-based management group Leisure Hotels & Resorts who spoke at the regular meeting of the Burke Chamber of Commerce at the Wildflower Inn Thursday.
Olson also assured the gathering that the ski area likely won’t be sold any time soon, that EB 5 investors want to help complete unfinished projects at Burke, that laid-off Burke employees will be invited to re-apply and that relations with Kingdom Trails and Burke Mountain Academy are being healed and a “symbiotic” relationship with them is his goal.
“How those things got damaged I’ll never know,” said Olson. “But we’ve already started to talk among each other on how we solve those issues and get that taken care of…Clearly we want to be joined (with Kingdom Trails) in some way to make it a seamless interface.”
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