A huge shout out to Blue Mountain for being creative with one of the busiest days they have ever had – today June 11th!.

Dragonfly is proud to be one of the partners in this epic event.  Check it out at the Blue Mountain Resorts website – this is what they posted to make today happen!

THE EPIC FLIP!  Breaking Records with Blue!

Please join our Hospitality Team as they accomplish the busiest arrival day in the history for Blue Mountain Resort on Sunday June 11th. As our weekenders depart on Sunday, a resort wide group arrives and needs all of rooms the ready for check-in time of 4pm!

This is where YOU come in, we need an additional 80 employees to reach our goal.


Participation includes a complimentary breakfast, lunch, après shift drinks and buffet PLUS being a part of a record breaking moment at BLUE! Participating Blue Mountain hourly employees will be paid their current wage for the day. Salary employees will be provided a day in lieu by their managers. Prior department approval is required.


924 Arrivals (beating the previous record of 910, set on Nov 6, 2015)

949 Departures (beating the previous record of 947, set on Sept 29, 2013)

924 Turnovers (beating the previous record of 719 set on Aug 23, 2013)

1,400 pieces of luggage handled (previous record ~1,200 on October 3rd, 2008)


Assistant Room Attendants and Luggage Attendants


JUNE 4, 2017

Mandatory training date (if you cannot attend this date, please let us know in advance).

Time: CHOOSE ONE: 1:00pm–3:00pm OR 3:00pm–5:00pm

Location: Start in Grand Central Lodge What to wear: Comfortable closed-toe shoes (running shoes). If you are already working that day, just wear your uniform! What you will be doing: Learning how to make a bed, then touring the hotels and seeing where you will be working on June 11th.

What to bring: A positive attitude and a smile

JUNE 11, 2017

Start Time: 9:00am

End Time: Estimated around 4:00pm

Start Location: Grand Georgian Housekeeping Office (parking level 2)

What to wear: Comfortable closed-toe shoes (running shoes) and clean black pants or blue jeans in good condition. Please wear a non-logoed t-shirt or long sleeved shirt that you will be comfortable working in all day. Do not wear necklaces, rings or long earrings. Please tie hair back if longer than shoulder-length.

What you will be doing: Working with a partner to clean guest rooms in our hotels. Light cleaning, making beds, vacuuming, and moving supplies around.

What to bring: Bring your Blue Mountain uniform (if appropriate for indoor work). If you do not have a Blue Mountain uniform, wear comfortable clothing and closed toe shoes. Also bring a bottle of water and a lunch if you want (there will be a lunch provided)

Blue Mountain Employee Participants

Current BMR employees will require approval from their managers to participate in the Epic Flip. If you would like to participate in the Epic Flip but are unsure if you have approval from Management, please sign-up and we will work with your manager to confirm your availability.

Blue Mountain Employee Friends and Family Participation

Friends and family of BMR employees are welcome to join! These participants will be hired as an employee for the training day and event day. To be eligible to participate, individuals must be 14 years of age and have a valid SIN. Interested individuals must sign up using the link on this page. They will be contacted with further details. Pleasedo notsign up or apply on the Blue Mountain employment page.

Assistant Room Attendant

You must be able to lift up to 20 lbs throughout the day, including up to 15 lbs from waist to above shoulder level frequently throughout the day. Must be able to work above shoulder level frequently to fulfill cleaning tasks throughout the day (wiping walls, mirrors, windows, putting away inventory, hanging shower curtains, etc) and be able to push carts and vacuums on a regular and continuing basis throughout the day.

Luggage Attendant

You will be working outdoors and indoors throughout the day and must be able to lift up to 50 lbs throughout the day and be able to push luggage carts on a regular and continuing basis throughout the day.


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