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Year’round Activities Will Improve the Village of Squaw Valley and the Community

Squaw Valley and Alpine Ski Resorts have been two of the world’s most popular destinations for winter sports ever since the Olympic Village was built in 1969 for the Winter Olympics. Thousands of tourists visit every year to enjoy the breathtaking mountains while simply enjoying the beauty of the area.  Learn more about Andy Wirth::  and
But this isn’t enough Andy Wirth, the Village at Squaw Valley and the residents who would like to be a year-round destination, Together, they have been working diligently within the community of North Tahoe to introduce this year ’round concept. The Auburn Journal reports that Andy, Wirth, who is Chairman of the Board of the Reno/Tahoe Airport Authority, has reached out to the locals to make the area inviting to visitors year-round, while creating jobs for those who live here year-round.

Andy moved to Lake Tahoe from Colorado in 2010, when he became president and CEO of Squaw Valley Resort. He immediately began a renovation program to make the Reno/Tahoe area one of the most desirable in the world.

Andy Wirth does not know the meaning of the word “quit.” He is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys living on the edge of life. His first job after graduating from the University of Colorado was as a Park Ranger in the Rocky Mountains, and then he found his niche when he began in management at the Steamboat Springs Ski Resort, and he remained there for 20 years before coming to Squaw Valley.

In 2013, Andy Wirth was involved in a terrific accident where he almost lost his arm in a skydiving event. After months of recovery, he did the unthinkable and began training with the Navy Seals. Read more: Andy Wirth – Squaw Valley CEO and Philanthropist and Another View: Community input shaping Squaw Valley’s future

As a declaration of confidence, he formed an Ironman Competition in Lake Tahoe, which he participated in himself. Mr. Wirth has the drive and determination to accomplish whatever is put in front of him.

This new project is designed to create 1,400 new jobs for locals and generate over $25 million dollars in tax revenue that will benefit the entire country.