Squaw Valley Sees Success In Water Supply Battle

The historic Squaw Valley Ski Resort has always been at the forefront of the latest improvements made to give their guests the best possible stay throughout the year. One area Squaw Valley has always been a leader has been in providing the safest and most secure stay possible for their guests, in the Summer of 2016 this dedication to safety led to an upgrade of the well water supply system that has proven its worth following a groundwater contamination scare that struck the resort following unexpected rainfall levels.

Squaw Valley officials were among those using well water who were shocked by an October rainfall event that has led to bacterial contamination being found in many water supplies across Placer County. Officials at the resort On Wikipedia.org quickly identified traces of E. Coli and Coliform in four wells supplying water to the Upper Mountain area that led to an immediate shutdown of the water supplies across this area of the mountain; in a bid to make sure all guests and employees at the resort were safe Squaw Valley called in Placer County Environmental Health officials and independent experts to help return the water supplies to normal as quickly as possible. http://www.snow-forecast.com/resorts/Squaw-Valley-USA/6day/mid

The Upper Mountain region of Squaw Valley remains open for skiing, but restaurants are closed and complimentary bottled water is being made available for those using the slopes to keep them safe from the contaminated water. Over the course of the last months of 2016 Squaw Valley have released a statement on Weather explaining they are winning the battle to remove the contaminated water from the four wells and were pleased to announce no health problems had been detected among guests in the aftermath of the contamination; another area of success has been the fact E.

Billy McFarland And The Success Syndrome

In the real world, success is measured by results. You either produce or you don’t. Billy McFarland has been producing since he was in his teens, as he started his first business when he was only 13 years old. This was a home business where he successfully found customers for a local business.

As a college freshman, he began a business that rearranged company URLs into a graphic which helped a business market the company’s brand more easily. That business is still in existence and McFarland is the CEO.

According to Business Insider, in New York City, Billy McFarland incubated Magnises which is a program for millennials offering them attractive discounts and perks at many of their favorite places where hangout. Restaurants, clubs, bars, events, travel, and special occasions all qualify, as long as the business participates.

For the reasonable annual membership fee of $250, the member gets the discount and in many instances a few perks along the way.

Magnises makes available the Black Card, which facilitates the entire process. The information on the member’s debit or credit card is copied onto the Black Card; then the Black Card is used to pay the bill at the member business establishment, with the discount applied automatically.

The ease of using the Black Card and the fact that millennials will meet for the slightest of reasons, and has caused the membership swell to gigantic proportions. By the end of 2015, membership has passed 10,000 has shown no signs of slowing down.

A recent additional investment of $3 million from a venture capitalist has caused McFarland to consider expansion. Targets locations include Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, and London. The current business model works well, and McFarland thinks it will work as well in these other cities.

The demographic of young professionals, entrepreneurs, and management types are thick in other cities as well, and Mcfarland does not want to miss a golden opportunity.

The future appears to be in the hands of McFarland and his managers, they can’t wait for the expansion to take place. It will be a success if Billy McFarland has anything to do with it.