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Drew Strout has been named the new general manager of the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort in North Conway. (COURTESY PHOTO)

CONWAY — Red Jacket Mountain View Resort in North Conway is pleased to announce that Drew Strout has been named the new general manager of the iconic family vacation destination.

Strout has extensive resort management experience in northern New England. He was previously general manager of the Point Lookout Resort and Conference Center in Northport, Maine.

Strout also worked in top management roles at the Grand Summit Hotel and Conference Center in Newry, Maine, and the Eastern Slope Inn Resort in North Conway.

“I believe in being very active in the community and am excited to be part of the Mount Washington Valley again,” Strout said.

“I pride myself on building a strong service and organizational culture, and strive to always do the right thing,” he added.

Strout’s wife, Stacey, is originally from Conway and attended Kennett High School. They have two children, a 13-year-old son and an 11-year-old daughter.

Strout is an avid snowboarder and mountain biker, making him a perfect fit for the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort, which is a gateway to everything spectacular the White Mountains have to offer.

He is an active member of the New England Inn and Resorts Association and will continue to play a role in that organization.

“We are thrilled to have Drew join our impressive leadership team at Red Jacket Mountain View Resort. Drew has over 16 years of successful experience as a general manager, with a variety of impressive destination resorts along the East Coast,” said Michael Allen, executive vice president of operations for Red Jacket Resorts.

“With his leadership focus, we will continue to be one of the very best resort and waterpark destinations in New England,” Allen said.

Welcoming guests for more than four decades, the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort recently unveiled a complete upgrade to all 148 guest rooms.

The resort is also home to the wildly popular 40,000 square foot Kahuna Laguna Water Park, New Hampshire’s largest indoor water park.

For more information, go to redjacketresorts.com.

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