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Mr. Jack G. Damioli

President and Chief Executive Officer

Broadmoor Hotel

HQ Phone: (719) 471-6200

Email: j***@***.com

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Broadmoor Hotel

1 Lake Avenue

Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906

United States

Company Description

The BROADMOOR is the longest consecutive winner of the Forbes Five Star and AAA Five Diamond awards for excellence. Situated at the gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs, the total resort encompasses 5,000 acres, with 800 rooms, suit ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

President and General Manager

The Gasparilla Inn & Club

General Manager

The Greenbrier


Active Member
Lewisburg United Methodist Church

Member of the Resort Committee
American Hotel & Lodging Association


Youngstown State University

bachelor's degree

recreational management

Ohio University

master's degree

sports administration

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"We are both humbled and proud to receive the prestigious AAA Five Diamond award for a record 39 consecutive years," says The Broadmoor's Vice President and Managing Director Jack Damioli.

"The goal of our work at ... [cached]

"The goal of our work at Seven Falls has been to restore the natural beauty of this historical attraction," said Jack Damioli, Broadmoor president and chief executive officer.

On that score, Jack Damioli, ... [cached]

On that score, Jack Damioli, president and CEO of The Broadmoor, is convinced that Seven Falls might just have an edge on the competition - at least, that was Damioli's verdict after braving a few wild rides last week with former CEO Steve Bartolin.

"To soar over the canyon above midnight falls and to see some of the rock formations there, it's just spectacular," Damioli said.

"It's designed to be a multi-hour ... [cached]

"It's designed to be a multi-hour experience and not just something where you come in and look at the falls and you're done," said Broadmoor president and CEO Jack Damioli.

"We've taken a look at Seven Falls and re-imagined it and came up with the beautiful, historical natural attraction, a fine restaurant and then this soaring adventure (zip-line courses), which will appeal to a different generation and those seeking more adventurous activities," he said. "It's not the old Seven Falls anymore."
"When the flood came through, it cleaned the canyon out," Damioli said.
Seven Falls will remain open to the public, and the hotel has enhanced the property, Damioli said.
In the past, Seven Falls' limited parking led to traffic back-ups, Damioli said. The shuttles should prevent those tie-ups and limit vehicle emissions that have damaged vegetation in the narrow canyon, he said.
Previously, pedestrians and hikers weren't allowed to negotiate the winding canyon, Damioli said
Visitors will see a new, quick-bite food trailer and small gift shop near the entrance, along with new picnic areas along the creek that flows through the canyon.
Several mini waterfalls were added to South Cheyenne Creek, as well as a new trail and rock features along the creek - all part of a nearly $500,000 streamside restoration plan that stood up to soaking rains in May and June, Damioli said. At the same time, about 350 trees have been planted in the canyon, he said.
"It's just not coming and looking at the falls anymore and saying, 'OK I've seen that'," Damioli added.

Palus' take by the end of ... [cached]

Palus' take by the end of that day, as stated in an email to Broadmoor President and CEO Jack Damioli: "Word is traveling fast with lots of positive feedback!"

In a heads-up to Damioli and Broadmoor Chairman Steve Bartolin on Jan. 13, the day before the city issued a news release about the deal, Palus conveyed her "sincerest appreciation for all of your efforts to support our outstanding Park System!"
After a meeting that day with stakeholders, including trails and cycling groups, Palus reported to Bartolin and Damioli that "everyone has been very receptive" and suggested they all meet.
Four days before Councilor Keith King's March 14 town hall meeting about the exchange at Broadmoor Community Church, King wrote to Bartolin and Damioli: "After I talked to Jack I began thinking about a different theme, something like, how can everyone win, can everyone win, winning is for everyone...."
On March 29, the day before a public meeting at Gold Camp Elementary School, The Broadmoor sent its presentation to the Parks Department saying, "Please give him [Damioli] feedback.
On April 6, Palus wrote to Damioli and Bartolin, noting the city has "already signed the letter of intent with the Palmer Land Trust [for a conservation easement] so they can start their due diligence.

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