CEO and Chairman Andy Wirth Helps Airport and Tahoe Resorts

Squaw Valley Ski Holdings is listed as one best with Andy Wirth, CEO working to help rebuild the reputation. He is helping to raise funds for charities such as the wounded warriors and the Navy Seal Foundation. He did his time as the Undercover Boss and was followed on television. As the undercover boss, Andy Wirth did his best to help change several of the departments that were in need of upgrades or changes. He did this by going undercover and working in each department in his very own company. Andy vowed to listen to the employees and take to heart all of the information and concerns they discuss while he was undercover. He did just that as well as helping the employees that took the time to help him see the changes he needed to make.

Andy Wirth is such a good man. He took on recent additional job position as Chairman of Reno-Tahoe Airport authority. Andy feels like he can help with the marketing and bringing new innovation to the Airport. The marketing ideas may help the Reno gambling and casinos and the Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts.

Lake Tahoe houses many wonderful things for tourist to do with they visit. During the summer the tourist can enjoy boating or spend time at the Lake. They can also take part in the Ironman and several other large activities that are scheduled. During the winter, the public can enjoy snow skiing, snowboarding, tubing, riding the ski lifts, sitting by the fireplace, and shopping in the city. The Lake Tahoe area is full of beautiful nature scenes and wonderful atmosphere.

Andy Wirth is hoping to encourage others to visit the Lake Tahoe area. He invites people to come enjoy the Squaw Valley resort or the Alpine Meadows resort by securing one ticket for both. He spent many days enjoying the snow and season with his wife. They reside in Truckee and are very happy to be together. Andy almost lost his life when he landed on a post in the vineyard. He was skydiving and fell causing himself to have surgery and rehab. Andy took his accident as a sign that he needed to help others so he is doing his best to be involved in the Airport, the Resorts, and the charities.

Report rejects Olympic Valley incorporation


California’s Olympic Valley has been one of the best known regions for winter sports since hosting the 1960 Winter Olympics, but now faces a battle between those who wish to incorporate the area and those opposed to the plan. Olympic Valley was recently the subject of a study into the projected success of incorporating the area, which the Sierra Sun reports showed the area would not be capable of supporting itself if the incorporation goes ahead. The study was released by officials from Placer County, which supplies the majority of services and officials for Olympic Valley and would be forced to charge the incorporated Olympic Valley area for these services in the future.

The news that the study by the Rosenow Spevacek Group had declared the incorporation of the town unworkable at this time is good news for many local businesspeople who have opposed the plan. Squaw Valley Ski Holdings CEO Andy Wirth has been a voice of opposition from his role as one of the top executives in the area. Wirth is not opposed to expanding the area and making it a better area for business, but feels it should be done in the correct way. The noted philanthropist has recently been working to improve and update Reno Airport in a bid to increase the number of visitors arriving n Olympic Valley.

The report into the options open to Olympic Valley included the collection of a transient occupancy tax, which would generate the only source of income open to the area. The study revealed the area would not be able to support itself with this tax alone and would quickly face a large deficit.