Congratulations to this week's On-the-Spot Values-Based Recognition Raffle Winners!
These employees were recognized by their managers for living out one or more of our Company's core values! Once recognized, they entered themselves for a chance to win a prize through EpicEmployee>My Location>My Recognition. They will receive a branded gift item from our Keystone Street Team as a special thank you. You could be the next winner!
This week's raffle winners are:
Tilli Hopkins, Hospitality, DO GOOD: “Being a consistent helpful member of the team for the entirety of this season.”
Cailah McKey, Front Desk, DO GOOD: “Helping guests and being awesome!”
These raffle winners will receive a Keystone Prize Packet where they can choose two options from logo'd Pint glasses, sunglasses, HH vests, HH jackets, notebooks, backpacks, backpack coolers.
Read other March On-the-Spot Raffle Stories
Paige Byassee works in Rentals. She was recognized for living out the ONEKeystone spirit though the BE SAFE core value. Here is her story: "I noticed a spot of ice right outside our store where water was dripping from the roof of the complex. After seeing a few guests slip, I contacted the HOA manager in charge of our building and had him come put down some rock salt to melt the slick ice."
Justin Reeves works in Lift Operations. He was recognized for living out the ONEKeystone spirit through the DO RIGHT core value. Here is his story: "Helped Chris download a few guests after the Peru lift was closed. They were short staffed and late, but we made it happen for the boys. Chris was super grateful and it was no problem at all!"
Sean Larkin works in Lift Ops. He was recognized for living out the ONEKeystone spirit though the DO RIGHT core value: “Exceptional snow work and customer service throughout the day."
Gabriel Stribik works in Lift Operations. He was recognized for living out the ONEKeystone spirit through the SERVE OTHERS core value: "A beginner set is snowboard down at the top of a bunny hill and it slid down into the trees quite a bit. I told him ski patrol could get it but they were short staffed so I told him to wait while I finished wrapping the maze up and shutting down the carpet so I could go hike down about 15 minutes in waist deep powder to get it for him, and then 15 minutes back up. He got it and it was a rental that needed to be returned that day."