Andy Wirth’s Interview with KCRW

Andy Wirth is a unique individual for not only his business endeavors but also due to the fact that he is a businessman who has wanted to incorporate nature with all of his business endeavors. Andy Wirth has always loved being around nature and eventually found his calling when he was able to earn the position as the CEO and President of the Squaw Valley Ski Resort. Read more: How Will the Drought Affect California Ski Resorts?

This ski resort has been passed down among the members of the Cushing family and eventually was given to Andy Wirth after he proved himself to be a worthy candidate to run the business. For the past six years, Andy Wirth has invested over $70 million in renovations that he hopes will bring in more and more customers than ever. Since his start with the Squaw Valley Ski Resort this ski resort has been put in the list of the top 20 percent of ski resorts to visit in the United States.

Andy Wirth has always loved and respected nature which is one of the many reasons that he became a backwoods ranger. In present day, Andy Wirth now is on a mission to show as much of the public he can the beauty of where he lives.

As a mountain resort owner in the Tahoe Valley, he is able to not only see the beautiful nature, but also reminiscence that he is located in one of the most beautiful locations in the world. Andy Wirth has the long term goal of bringing more and more of the public to see what he sees every single day on the job.

In recent news, Andy Wirth was asked onto the KCRW radio station in order to discuss to relevant topic of the drought which has been affecting businesses and households all across the West Coast. As a prominent businessman, Andy Wirth was asked onto this radio show to present his professional opinion on the drought as well as his future predictions for his own resort.

Though Andy Wirth is a leader in a highly affected industry, during the interview Mr. Wirth was positive on the future of his resort.

Despite the low snowfall each year, Andy Wirth is not worried. In fact, Andy Wirth is excited to truly prove his capabilities as a strong businessman. As a owner and proprietor of over 6,000 acres of ski grounds, Andy Wirth stated that he does not expect for his business to be run down any time soon.

As a backup plan, Andy Wirth also mentioned that he has made many investments in the snow making industry. This means that no matter what, Andy Wirth will have snow covering the entirety of the ski resort even with no snowfall.

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