The Reno Airport Authority Board recently received an honored new addition to their committee with Squaw Valley CEO Andy Wirth being inducted to the board. Wirth, who has worked in the region for many years, is joined alongside by Jenifer Rose, Jessica Sferrazza, and Lisa Gianoli. All four individuals have businesses in the area and a reason to want to see the area thrive. Wirth’s appointment should be particularly inviting as he brings with him a host of experience in the particular field.
Andy Wirth was excited to get added on to the board and he spoke highly of the others joining him by saying, “New people will bring new ideas that can help take our airport to a higher level.” Wirth went on to applaud the move and espouse his own dedication to the job, “We are adding very experienced and talented people who are dedicated to enhancing travel to and from our region.” Wirth brings with him not only skills as a business owner for the world renown Squaw Valley Ski but he also has extensive history working with various airlines in order to develop resorts in Utah, Canada, and Colorado.
For Andy Wirth and the rest of Squaw Valley Ski this can only be described as a move that will benefit all parties involved. Wirth stated, “Enhancing air service is vital to the ski industry, gaming and business community.” There has been rumbling of late about the recent traffic problems over the past year or so, so getting the airport as enhanced and thrumming as possible should be seen as a victory.
Andy Wirth has been more than just a businessman over the past decade or so. As the CEO of Squaw Valley Ski he has been the face of one of the most prolific ski resorts in all of North America. Outside of work Wirth is known for his love of taking risks in terms of extreme sports, including skydiving. A few years ago Wirth survived a near fatal skydiving incident, keeping cool long enough for help to arrive. But that’s a whole other story for a whole other day.
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