Squaw Valley Ski Resort sits ten miles to the north of Lake Tahoe, at the extreme end of a beautiful U-shaped valley. This is the 2nd deepest US Lake. A bitterly cold creek and a vibrant meadow goes up to the bottom of the towering granite wall which forms the masthead to the 5 peaks collectively making up part of the Squaw Valley Ski Holdingsski resort.
Squaw Valley is regarded as the birthplace of what is known today as the modern mountain United States resort. It has history, a heritage, and perhaps most important of all, some remarkable terrain not possible to replicate anywhere else. Learn more about Andy Wirth: https://about.me/andywirth
Andy Wirth is currently holding the double offices of the Squaw Valley Ski Holdings President and CEO.
His Contribution to the Development of Squaw Valley Ski
Within three yearsof being at the helm, Wirth had completely cleaned house at this ski resort. The management is now more customer service focused and the Squaw Valley Ski Resort ‘lifties’ now say hello more often. He has facilitated the moving in of Starbucks with a coffee stand. According to him, the resort has achieved a 15% reduction in its environmental footprint. Read more: Andy Wirth Elected Chairman of Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation
In 2011, Squaw Valley Ski Holdings concluded the acquisition of the neighboring Alpine Meadows, thus unifying two of Tahoe’s best ski areas.
Appointment to Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board
At the beginning of 2016, Wirth assumed the Chairmanship of the Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation (RASC) also becoming its President. He is also serving in the Reno Tahoe Airport Authority Board of Trustee as the Chairman. The board is made up of regional tourism entities and hotel-casino properties in the area including Reno.
Andy Wirth is also recognized for his great contributions towards community and environmental issues in the area. A near fatal skiing accident in October 2013 changed his outlook towards those who serve.
Towards honoring all of those who have served and continue serving in the US Navy Special Warfare community, Andy Wirth assembled a volunteer team for the 2015 Lake Tahoe IRONMAN initiative. Learn more about Andy Wirth: https://www.crowdrise.com/wwsupport
The goal was to develop and come up with support going towards a Navy SEAL Foundation that will offer immediate and ongoing help to members of this Naval Special Warfare Community as well as their families. Read more: http://andywirth.com/