Ski Resorts and Their Expectations by Andy Wirth

Everyone is concerned about what the drought in California means for the future. This drought plays a role in many industries. One such industry is the ski resorts that currently exist in California. Andy Wirth, the CEO of Squaw Alpine, has recently shared his thoughts on the future of skiing in California.

Andy Wirth has been very successful in how he has managed to run his ski resort and has the experience needed to speak on such a major topic. From what he has said so far, he believes that while the numbers of skiers will be down, it is not something that is completely devastating to his ski resorts. Read more: Andy Wirth – About.me

This is reported to be due to two major facts. The first is the fact that the ski resorts do have the ability to manufacture some amounts of snow to help make up for whatever they may not receive. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://squawalpine.com/explore/blog/andy-wirth-elected-chairman-reno-tahoe-regional-air-service-corporation and www.kcrw.com/people/andy-wirth

The second fact is that Andy Wirth’s ski resorts on located on an area that offers many other activities than just skiing.

Beyond his experience with Squaw Alpine, Andy Wirth is uniquely positioned to speak about the ski industry. He has extensive experience in the ski industry beyond his experience in California.

Prior to working in the industry in California, he spent many years in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. His time spent there was with Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation.

His years of experience within the skiing industry has put him in the unique position of having in depth experience and knowledge of how the ski industry works in many different circumstances. Read more: Special Warfare Warrior | Andy Wirth’s Fundraiser¬†

When looking to the future there are few better people to turn to and listen to than Andy Wirth. His extensive background and experience with the skiing industry gives him unique insight into how the industry in California can handle and survive this infamous drought.

His opinions and insight are well worth paying attention to and listening to over the next years.