Ski.com Appoints Devra Glynn New Director of Travel Agency Sales

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Ski.com has appointed Devra Glynn as the company’s new director of travel agency sales. Glynn will manage travel agency and consortia relationships.

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Glynn has previously worked at Vail Resorts as the company's leisure sales manager for seven years. Her tasks included managing wholesale partnerships, as well as relationships with luxury travel advisors and travel consortia. She assisted in building and driving business to a large collection of hotels and condominium properties in Vail and Beaver Creek, Colorado. Her other experience includes time as an account manager at Leisure Link and as a sales coordinator with Vail Resorts.

Glynn credits the relationships she has fostered and the passion she has for mountain travel as the reasons for her successful career.

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Originally from Massachusetts, Glynn began skiing at Sunday River, Maine, at the age of three. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in communications from Northeastern University, Glynn headed west to fuse a career path with her passions for skiing and mountain living.

Founded in 1971 in the center of Colorado ski country, Aspen-headquartered Ski.com specializes in booking custom ski vacations at over 120 of the most popular ski resorts and heli- and cat-skiing destinations in North America, Europe, Japan and South AmericaThe company also offers one of the largest collections of mountain lodging and ski-vacation components, including discounted lift tickets, flights, equipment rental, ski school, activities and more. Ski.com’s 70 Mountain Travel Experts average 26 years of experience in the ski travel industry.

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