Jeff Potter




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Jeff's Summary

Former Frontier Airlines CEO Jeff Potter is taking back to the sky — and into cozy confines like glamping tents in Yellowstone National Park — with his newest venture, a luxury travel club launching out of Denver. Potter decided to found Manifest because he felt like the luxury-travel industry was lacking a company that focused exclusively on experiential vacations, rather than including them as one part of its overall business. Potter draws on various aspects of his career in setting up Manifest. After leaving Frontier in 2007, he worked stints as the CEO of luxury-vacation club Exclusive Resorts, ran a Canadian heli-skiing company where he learned more about experiential travel and helmed Surf Air, a California club that combined the aspects of curated vacation and private air travel. Manifest is unique in that it will not offer international travel but will focus on long-weekend trips that are centered around activities from cultural outings to sporting events to outdoor recreation. And each will have a unique aspect that comes as being a part of the club, like access to private golf courses that public duffers couldn’t play otherwise.

About Jeff

  • Span of Control

    The number of people reporting to them

    Less than 10

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  • Size of Company

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    lt $10 Million

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  • Business Function

    Administration (CEO, Pres., GM, etc)

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