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Longtime Killington employee to retire

Editor’s note: At the annual update, March 21, Killington Resort announced that Tracy Taylor and Rob Megnin would both retire. The resort submitted this look back at Taylor’s 32 year career. Look for a story on Megnin in a future edition.

Tracy Taylor, Killington’s business development and special projects manager, is retiring June 1 after 32 years.

Taylor has been blazing new paths at Killington and Pico since 1987 when he arrived fresh out of college. Most recently, Taylor has been in the role of Killington/Pico business development. As such, he has continued the company’s growth by identifying new internal real estate opportunities, resort activities, and attractions, as well as brokering associated contracts.

Prior to his current position, Taylor was the director of Pico and special projects. His accomplishments in these areas are visible including growing the business at Pico and being the driving force in developing the summer mountain biking program and Adventure Park.

Before that, Taylor was vice president of Mountain Services (i.e. revenue centers.) He used his skills to develop new business opportunities for the

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