Sierra-at-Tahoe Hires Steven Hemphill as Director of Marketing and Sales

Sierra-at-Tahoe announced Steven Hemphill as the new Director of Marketing and Sales as of January, 2016. Hemphill was previously employed at Sierra-at-Tahoe as the Communication Manager before leaving to work at K2 Sports as the Digital and Social Manager. While at K2, Hemphill helped grow digital presence and executed a wide variety of global digital campaigns. Hemphill has also worked at Freeskier Magazine where he was an assistant editor.

“Steve has a tremendous skill set that includes public relations, digital management, content production, customer service, athlete management and more. He also has a passion for people and getting them on snow. He’s going to make a great addition to the team and we’re excited to have him.” Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort General Manager, John Rice.

In 2014, Hemphill was recognized by Ski Area Management Magazine as a top individual in the snow sports industry under 30 years of age.

Hemphill stated, “I’m thrilled to be back at Sierra-at-Tahoe. It’s an incredible mountain that embodies what the soul of skiing and snowboarding is all about. Whether it’s your first time or you are a local, Sierra-at-Tahoe has something for everyone. I couldn’t be more excited to continue pushing the mountain forward.”

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