Amidst the recent political disaster Lake Tahoe survived after Incorporate Olympic Valley crusaders failed to earn the council’s favor; Andy Wirth continues his quest for community development. The region’s north shore zone have faced challenges beyond imagination as natural disasters such as drought cause economic setbacks. Olympic Valley houses some of the region’s best winter sports topographic landscapes and the renowned Squaw Valley Resort, a Reno-Gazette Journal piece remarked. Squaw Valley Ski Holdings invested a considerable fortune into stopping the incorporation under Andy Wirth’s leadership.
Fortunately, the storm season arrived earlier in recent months, which has resulted in resorts and small businesses opening ahead of schedule. While Wirth succeeded in averting an incorporation, backers have been the least reasonable. In fact, the masses expressed the rudest remarks and accused Andy Wirth and Squaw Valley Holdings of having a personal agenda to stop the incorporation. Wirth quickly quieted this unreasonable interpretation, explaining that it’d expose surrounding communities to economic chaos. Amidst the problems included tax increases and other issues. Throughout the course of the next couple of years, Wirth plans to expand his commercial and residential development projects. Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley ski landscapes have long needed express transportation services. In light of this, Wirth plans to support the building of an airlift base-to-base gondola.
Andy Wirth explained the gondola plans during an interview with Powder Magazine. He explained that Troy Caldwell whose land connects both ski landscapes agreed to project. Wirth remains a formidable force who continues to mastermind community development and humanitarian efforts. He survived the worst near-death ski accident and temporarily lost mobility. He couldn’t have recovered without therapeutic training as an Ironman triathlon participant. With this, Wirth formed an alliance with the empowering Navy Seals Ironman triathlon training team. Today, Wirth embarks on meaningful community development programs to aid the NAVSPECWARCOM (Navy Special Warfare Community). Through a dedicated Crowdrise campaign, Wirth supports ongoing initiatives of the NSF (Navy Seal Foundation).
The RSCVA (Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitor’s Authority) elected Andy Wirth into office as chair to RAAB (Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board) in 2013 according to a Sierra Sun press release. With this appointment, the agency accomplished needed development for the region’s economic welfare. Amidst enhancing the region’s business community, Wirth promised smartening air service, gaming and the entire ski landscape in hopes of strengthening tourism opportunities. Andy Wirth has the greatest hopes for restoring Lake Tahoe iconic resort village. He’s joined the Undercover Boss team on the hit CBS TV network series. He’ll highlight the iconic Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley zones, before transforming both ski resort villages. As Squaw Valley Holdings chief executive/president, Andy Wirth remains hopeful that this transformation is what the region really needs.