Gunstock General Manager Tom Day to Retire
Day will remain at the mountain until a replacement is hired.
Friday, January 19, 2024,

Tom Day

Gunstock president and general manager Tom Day announced his retirement this week. Formerly general manager at Waterville Valley, Day replaced Greg Goddard at Gunstock in January 2020.

In a press release issued today, Day stated, "This community has an incredible asset in the management team and staff of Gunstock, and it has been an honor to work with them every day and see how much we have accomplished together. Gunstock is at the heart of a special community that my wife, Beth, and I have enjoyed tremendously, and we plan to remain a part of it in the years to come."

During his tenure at Gunstock, Day navigated the COVID-19 shutdown and subsequent restrictions, as well as a shake up with the Gunstock Area Commission.

Under Day's management, Gunstock is reportedly in a much stronger financial position than in the past and no longer relies on county-backed off-season bridge loans. Recent capital projects included paving the main parking lot and upgrading dining facilities.

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