A recent article appeared in Reno-Gazette Journal concerning Lake Tahoe’s North Shore Community. The community has faced a number of challenges. The community was hit with a drought that damaged the resort financially. In addition, the resort community faced a political battle that was raging over Olympic Valley, home to the Squaw Valley Resort. Andy Wirth is the CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, LLC. Clearly, he was right in the middle of all the battles. However, things are about to settle down. The weather is clearing up. Certainly, this is good news for resort business. The political battles over incorporation are ending too. Andy Wirth was firmly against incorporation. Fortunately, the backers withdrew their efforts to incorporate the Squaw Valley Resort.
Andy Wirth is the type of CEO that is ready to battle for his strong beliefs. Clearly, he was firmly against the Olympic Valley Incorporation plan. Fortunately, things worked out positively for the CEO of Squaw Valley Key Holdings. Wirth is a successful man that has placed a lot of time and effort in the resort. It was his hard work and determination that led to the resort achieving world-wide status as a great ski resort. Andy Wirth is a great CEO and he is also an environmentalist. In fact, he has strong ties with the environmental effort in the local community. The fact is that Wirth works tirelessly with the environmental efforts in Lake Tahoe to improve the community and make it a better place for people to live and vacation.
Most people are aware that Andy Wirth was involved in a near fatal sky diving accident. Wirth did not let this stop him from achieving even more goals. He founded an Ironman team that is called the Wounded Warrior. Their focus is on honoring the men of the Navy Seals through raising funds for the Navy Seals Foundation.