The new Bravo reality TV series Après Ski is about a bunch of ski bums who work at Whistler, a fancy ski resort town in British Columbia. They work for Canadian hospitality hotshot Joey Gibbons and his start-up concierge business Gibbons Life. The team of concierges cater to the rich and famous who consider Whistler as the Disneyland for adults. “Our job as concierges is to literally blow our clients’ minds,” says one. Whether it’s stripping down naked to serve cocktails or jumping out of helicopters, the employees of Gibbons Life deliver, usually.
One of the Gibbons Life concierges is Bobby Crowder. This isn’t the Canadian’s first time on a TV set. He’s worked as a production assistant on the Canadian TV shows Untold Stories of the ER, Gastown Gamble, and The Real Housewives of Vancouver, so he should feel very comfortable on the dramatic set of Après Ski, which airs Mondays at 10pm on Bravo.
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