Navy SEAL Foundation · Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation

Andy Wirth has the Sound of Music of Resort Life

Do you remember listening to jamming music, and your spirits are pumped? The tempo of that moment is jazzed, and you feel vibrant. The vitality of pop, rock, and urban hip-hop music is upbeat and forward driven. That same flow and vibrancy is Andy Wirth; he is high energy mega vibration.

He is action in motion, and mentally strong. He adds new elements to his life force each day, and as newly appointed Chairman of the Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation he upped the apex to his already full work ethic.

Also known as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Squaw Valley Holdings, he is a man of titled accolades. He is a supporter of the Alpine Meadows Resorts, and Chairman of the Reno Tahoe Airport Authority Board of Trustees. To say the least, he is in rhythm with his local skiing community, and resort industry.

Consequently, he prides himself in upholding the best air services in and out of Reno-Tahoe International Airport. He scrutinizes flight operations so that they work in harmony with the ever increasing public demand for scheduled and timely flights.

The ski resort has a mutual relationship with air service in and out of the region, one depends on the other. Like adding a vocal track to an instrumental piece, the two become extraordinarily complete when considered as a whole.

That is why Andy Wirth says he is proud to be personally involved in the ensemble team for making the Reno Tahoe tourism trade paramount to no other. Let it be heralded, Andy Wirth has been involved in resort and hotel commerce for over thirty some years. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887323846504579073381471958044

Having all that to sing about, do you think Andy Wirth could insert anything more in to his already full schedule? The answer is yes, he supports fund raising for the Navy SEAL Foundation.

A few years ago, Andy had a serious skydiving mishap, and believe it or not, Navy SEAL members challenged his mind to empower endurance, and recapture his waning optimism during recuperation.

From that singular encounter with the Navy SEAL squad, Wirth was motivated to move, and he hasn’t stop moving, so with a “whistle while you work” attitude, he’s got the sound of music.