Andy Wirth is a man with a master plan . He us the president and CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings which happens to be the parent company of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows Ski Resorts. Yet Andy’s ambition doesn’t end there. Worth fell in love with Sky diving . Sky diving became a huge passion for the young CEO . However Wirth’s passion soon turned into tragedy when a sky diving accident Left him without his arm and almost without his life. Wirth had a new challenge ahead of him. He would need to work hard to get his strength back and recreate how he was going to do life.
Doctors worked hard ad were able to reattach Wirth’s arm . He now has about 70 percent of the use of his arm now , however recovery is still in the process.
After a group of Navy Seals came to Squaw Valley Wirth quickly became friends with them and shared his experience . They quickly adopted each other . Since this chance meeting Worth has raised more than 40,000 for the Navy Seal Foundation. Wirth has went on to compete in the Iron man competition and says a lot of dedication to training comes from the strength he saw in the wounded Navy Seals.
Because of the incredible strength Wirth saw in this men he decided to do something for them. Andy Wirth has complied a group of men to compete in the Iron man competition and while doing so they raise money for the Navy Seal Foundation. The team that Worth complied is called Special Warfare Warrior and they are calling all of us to action. You can make a difference in the life a Navy Seal family who has lost a navy seal or is dealing with a wounded navy seal by going to https://www.crowdrise.com/wwsupport. You can make a donation for the Navy Seal foundation by making a contribution to the special warfare warrior team for the Iron man competition.
Visit the crowdrise page today and make your pledge at https://www.crowdrise.com/wwsupport