Andy Wirth Talks About the Drought
Andy Wirth was recently interviewed on the local KCRW radio station to discuss the current drought that has been plaguing the West Coast. Andy Wirth was chosen to be interviewed for not only his excellent record as a businessman, but also for his unique business that is a part of an industry that relies on the amount of rainfall that is received each year.
Andy With is the proud owner of the Squaw Valley Ski Resort that is located in Northern California. This beautiful resort is located right within the Olympic Valley which is pristine and beautiful. The Olympic Valley was even home to the 1960 Olympics with the high quality slopes as well as the endless acreage of the valley.
Andy Wirth was asked to be interviewed on KCRW to discuss his outlook on the drought. Though the Northern California region has been hit heavily from the drought and has affected thousands of residents and businesses, Andy Wirth only sees this drought as an opportunity for a new business challenge.
Andy Wirth stated in this interview that he is not only not worried about this drought, but he is also looking forward to adapting his business model to what mother nature has to offer. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://squawalpine.com/explore/blog/andy-wirth-elected-chairman-reno-tahoe-regional-air-service-corporation
The host of the KCRW radio station even asked Andy Wirth how many winters his resorts could withstand. Andy With promptly responded that his resort could withstand an infinite amount of winters and that the drought would not be the reason for the resort going out of business.
Andy Wirth continued his interview by giving specific details of his future plans for his business. Specifically, Andy Wirth plans to invest heavily in the snow making business that will mean that this ski resort will continue to have snow on the ski slopes regardless of whether.
Andy Wirth predicts that this new investment will lead to the welcoming of more and more ski enthusiasts to will flock to this resort. This new investment will no longer make this vast area reliant on the annual rainfall.
In addition to investing in the snow making business, Andy Wirth has decided that he will hold more winter festivals that will bring both the community as well as the visitors together. Winter festivals will show the public that this ski resort has much more to offer than just excellent skiing. Read more: How Will the Drought Affect California Ski Resorts?
As a backwoods ranger, Andy Wirth wants to show the public the beauty of his property and he wants the public to appreciate it as much as he does.
With these future plans in mind, Andy Wirth plans to increase traffic and increase revenue thanks to his cunning business plans. Andy Wirth is a great example of a versatile businessman.