The Squaw Valley Ski Holding CEO’s Skydiving

Andy Wirth has been the President and CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holding since August 2010. He was made in charge of an upgrading worth 70 million dollars of making the skiing area to be at par with its competitors, immediately he joined Squaw Valley.

A significant achievement of Andy Wirth as the CEO of the resort is the merger that was made with Alpine Meadows Ski Resort. After the merger, the customers only need to buy one ticket for admission to both places. Mr. Wirth also became the CEO of Alpine Meadows Ski Resort by default.

Wirth loves skydiving and in spring 2011, Sean McCormick a Red Bull athlete helped him to be certified for jumping. In October 2013, a complication happened that forced him to land in a Vine Yard, which was not an ideal place. Crowdrise athoritatively stated that as Andy Wirth was landing a pole tore his arm and he lost a lot of blood from the brachial artery.

He was found by a fellow skydiver called Amanda after fifteen minutes. Wirth was transferred to hospital, where 12 units of blood were added to his body. The doctors took twelve hours fixing his arm that night, and he later underwent twenty-four other operations. Mr. Wirth stayed in the hospital for three months.

When Andy Wirth left the hospital, he was able to continue with biking and trail running, which were part of his life. He later met a Navy Seal crew who had visited Squaw Valley and befriended a few of them.

The CEO formed a group of three men that was to participate in an Ironman 70.3 race that was to be in the town, but was later canceled.

Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=36030954&privcapId=7911768

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