Andrew Wirth, known to many as Andy Wirth is currently the Chief Executive Officer at Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley Holdings. He was appointed to this position in 2010, and he has worked hard to change the resorts and the communities around them. Andy with has a lot of expertise in the industry, and this is why his company has been so successful.
The Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation popularly known as RASC recently announced that Andy Wirth will now serve the institution as the Chairman. The organization chose Andy Wirth due to his achievements as the CEO and president of Squaw Valley Holdings. Andy is also the chairman of the famous Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority.
RASC is an organization that is responsible for promoting the air service in the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. The institution is also in charge of identifying the new prospects for any additional flights. The board at RASC comprises of the local hotel-casino properties and the tourism entities such as the North Lake Tahoe, Reno, and South Lake Tahoe.
In a recent interview, Andy Wirth said that he was excited and honored to work with the Regional Air Service Corporation. Andy believes that the landscape and future of the region and that if the greater Reno-Sparks are is replete with opportunities. The CEO of Squaw Valley says that the air service in the area is one of the most important elements of the thriving and growing economy in the country.
Andy Wirth has played a crucial role in the development of airports and essential air services for the main resorts and the communities in Quebec and Colorado. In the recent past, Andy played a crucial role in establishing the air service in the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and many other projects.
Andy has faced several challenges in the past. He was once involved in an accident when playing with his friends. He almost lost his arm during the accident. Fortunately, he was rescued in time and was able to recover. He founded a charitable organization to help players who are involved in serious accidents like him. The group is known as Wounded Worriers and it has helped very many people since it was started.
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