Recently on KCRW radio, Andy Wirth sat down with the host in order to talk about not only his business, but also how his business is affected by the drought that has been plaguing the West coast. Andy Wirth is a prominent businessman who has been passionate about combining both business and the enjoyment of nature.

As a result of this strong passion, Andy Wirth is the proud owner of the Squaw Valley Ski Resort which is a luxury resort located in the Olympic Valley. As Mr. Wirth’s business is reliant on rainfall and snow fall, this popular radio station was curious to hear his response as to how his resort would be affected and to whether or not the resort would be in any immediate danger. Read more: Andy Wirth – About.me and How Will the Drought Affect California Ski Resorts?
When talking to Andy Wirth, the KCRW radio station hosts were surprised to hear of Andy Wirth’s positive outlook of this drought. Andy Wirth states that he is not threatened by the lack of rainfall as it will lead to more investment opportunities as well as more incentive to conserve the natural resources.

Andy Wirth even stated that he has been looking into investing in the snow making business. Rather than rely on the natural snow fall, Mr. Wirth would make his own snow which would make his resort one of the most popular resorts in the West coast. Andy Wirth believes that as a result of the lack of rainfall, his business will go up along with overall revenue.

For five years Andy Wirth has held the position of CEO and President of this luxury resort. Andy Wirth has since then made improvements and renovations that have brought the community and new individuals together.

In addition to creating more snow through investments, Andy Wirth has stated that he will add more festivals to the winter calendar if the lack of rainfall truly becomes more of an issue. As the Squaw Valley Ski Resort is renowned for the summer festivals, Andy Wirth will have no problem in creating more winter festivals to attract more than just the ski enthusiasts.

As a businessman, Andy Wirth sees the 27 percent decrease in rainfall as an opportunity rather than a hardship. Andy Wirth has decided that this will be good for his company as it will teach him and his staff members to conserve and to not waste any scare economic good. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://squawalpine.com/explore/blog/andy-wirth-elected-chairman-reno-tahoe-regional-air-service-corporation and http://andywirth.com/

When Andy Wirth was asked how many winters his resort could make it without rainfall,Mr. Wirth kindly responded with an infinite number of winters. The Squaw Valley Ski Resort has over 6,000 acres of snowy plains that will not melt for many years. Andy Wirth has decided that he is up for this challenge.