Dave Montrose Named Senior Vice President of Operations at Brush Creek Luxury Ranch Collection

USA, Saratoga, Wyoming. September 24, 2021

Brush Creek Luxury Ranch Collection, which includes The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, named the No.1 Resort Hotel in the Continental U.S. two years in a row in the Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards, Magee Homestead and French Creek Sportsmen's Club, announced the appointment of Dave Montrose to Senior Vice President of Operations. Montrose will manage day-to-day operations of the Collection's three ranches, in addition to The Farm at Brush Creek epicurean destination and Green Mountain private ski area.

"We are excited to welcome Dave to the Brush Creek Ranch team," said Michael Williams, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Brush Creek Luxury Ranch Collection."I've worked with Dave for almost 30 years and his deep hospitality experience, as well as his executive-level leadership skills, will serve the Brush Creek Luxury Ranch Collection as we expand our offerings and continue to provide our guests with a unique luxury ranch experience in the heart of Wyoming."

Sitting on 30,000 acres in Wyoming's North Platte River Valley, the Brush Creek Luxury Ranch Collection offers all-inclusive guest ranch experiences in an iconic setting. The Collection's three ranches appeal uniquely to family vacations, adult romantic and wellness escapes, destination weddings and private corporate events - all capturing the true spirit of the West.

Bringing more than 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Montrose comes to Brush Creek Ranch from Janko Hospitality LLC, where he served as Chief Executive Officer. Prior to this role, Montrose served nearly 25 years with White Lodging, which manages Brush Creek Ranch, beginning in 1996 as a General Manager and receiving several consecutive promotions. In his last role with the company, he served as Chief Operating Officer for White Lodging's Select Service Division, responsible for the operations of more than 50 properties. Montrose graduated from The Ohio State University in 1990 with a BS in Hotel Management.

"This is truly my dream job as it combines my two deepest passions and experience - hospitality and the outdoors," said Montrose. "It is a very unique professional opportunity to oversee the Brush Creek Ranch collection comprised of three ranch experiences, an epicurean destination and Green Mountain, each offering distinctive opportunities for our guests to experience. I look forward to leading the teams on our path to continued excellence - for our guests, associates and the surrounding community."

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