Squaw Valley Statement

In October, heavier than usual rainfall in Placer County infected several area wells, causing unsafe levels of E.coli and coliform. Four of the affected wells were located at the Squaw Valley Ski Holdings upper mountain facility. Fortunately, prompt well water testing and a swift response from the ski resort ensured that none of the contaminated drinking water was ever consumed by any member of the public or ski resort guest.


Water from the affected wells and water system was immediately contained and the resort contacted the Placer County Environmental Health Department, Squaw Valley Public Service District and other water safety experts for advice on remedying the problem. A water treatment plan was then promptly put into action. As a result, three of the four affected wells are completely free of E. coli and greatly reduced levels of coliform. The fourth is showing signs of improvement, as well. Treatment of the wells is ongoing and will continue until health officials deem these wells free of bacteria and safe for human consumption.


As the ski resort continues to treat this water system, the resort is open to skiers. The facility’s restaurants, however, do remain closed. Free bottled water is being made available to resort patrons until the water is once again deemed safe for consumption.


Please note that the current water contamination affects only the resort’s Gold Coast and High Camp locations. The resort will be issuing a statement when this matter is fully resolved in an effort to keep their valued patrons fully informed.



The Traveling Vineyard: Quite a Selection and Following

The Traveling Vineyard exists as a wine tasting and wine selling business. A variety of wines from all around the world are offered as well as many jobs in the business of sales and commissions. The business offers a great selection of wines to choose from, and one is likewise encouraged to try before buying in order to ensure optimal satisfaction with the purchased product.

The Traveling Vineyard has both a large selection and also a large following on the major social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. The Traveling Vineyard’s Facebook social media page is the largest among these, and it contains plenty to keep a new or old customer coming back for more.

A World Headquarters, as They Call It? How Interesting

“Our CEO, Rick Libby calls himself the Head Cheerleader for a reason: the whole support team at World HQ loves watching you grow. We love our wines, but our favorite part of the day is seeing our Wine Guides achieve their dreams. We’re here to answer any questions or concerns or to tweak things….”

A Success Kit Too as a Business Model? Oh, My!

Those who decide to become sellers have a great amount of benefits and tools at their disposal. Among these, the greatest is perhaps what is commonly called the Success Kit. It is given to The Traveling Vineyard’s wine guides, the brave and the bold souls who decide to pursue the sale and promotion of wine for the company. It is called the Success Kit because, according to the company statement itself, it holds every single possible thing that is needed in order for one to be a successful representative and liaison in all things wine and The Traveling Vineyard. The kit includes a wine carrier with a maximum holding capacity of six bottles at a time, plus tasting glasses contained within a uniquely designed and embroidered box for carrying them in.

Two tasting sets are included as well, and each contains five bottles each, which is more than enough for any guide’s first two hosted events. Business paperwork with order forms and a start-up guide is essential and included in the kit’s main box exterior, and marketing materials with the related flyers and brochures are crucial. They are included as well.

Learn more about working for The Traveling Vineyard.

A High Achiever In The Russian Economy

Alexei Beltyukov is a successful Russian businessman with a passion for helping his community. With a degree in medicine, he started out as a doctor although he always wanted to venture into business and the field of entrepreneurship. This was came to pass when he acquired a scholarship from INSEAD School of Business and graduated with his MBAs.

With his MBA, he got a job at McKinsey & Company as an associate. Here, he gathered as much information about starting up a business running it and interacting with clients and colleagues. His hard work and engagement into the company’s affairs got him a promotion as the engagement manager.

At Renova Project, he acted as the COO and later, he was promoted to the chief executive officer. He was sought after by Solvy as the senior vice president. At Solvy, he was in charge of coming up with various ways that would help mathematic more accessible and received in high schools.

The software being launched by the company would help teachers help teach math in a more engaging way to get more students involved. These executive officers played a major role in shaping his entrepreneurial career as from here he started his company in 2007, the A-Ventures and Mechanicus.

Alexei is the current founder and the chairman of board for the New Gas Technologies, a company in the petroleum industry that commercializes low octane. He is also the vice president of Skolkovo Foundation, a contract with the Russian government, to provide them with economic support.

He makes sure that grants are provided to start ups in the tech industry and that they are used wisely to bring economic benefit to the people and the government.

Alexei Beltyukov is a philanthropist. He is passionate about education and helping start-ups to venture into business and grow. He started Endemic a company that provides counsel and information to start-ups in all industries on how they can start a business and keep it afloat.

He also provides them with funds as he knows this is one of the challenges that start-ups face when staring their lives and careers.

Learn more about Alexei Beltyukov: https://twitter.com/alexei_belt

Cleansing Conditioners For Your Hair

There are a lot of cleansing conditioners on the market today. It can be hard to know what they do and why they are good for your hair. The good news is you can find a good match for you if you only know a few small things.

Your Damage

A huge part of knowing what kind of Cleansing conditioner you need is to know what damage your hair has and what has caused it. If you are using heat to style your hair, then it can cause damage to the hair after extended use. There are oils you can put in your hair right before you use this kind of tool to help make the damage smaller, but they may stop working after it has been used more than one time.

Another thing that can cause damage are hair sprays and other styling chemicals you may use on your hair. This is because they build up on the hair and make it heavy. This can lead to breakage.

Why Cleansing Conditioners?

A big reason you may be considering cleansing conditioners is that you want to take that junk off of your hair and help repair the damage. These products can do just that, but they are not all the same. Wen by Chaz is a brand that offers that same stripping of the old and rebuilding of the new parts of the hair that you may need. The hair is first washed and cleaned with a shampoo and then the conditioner works on taking the old things off of the hair and then sinks into it to help rebuild it. This is normally how the hair is repaired and make soft and smooth once again.

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How Long?

When you are trying a new product, you will want to give it at least thirty days to work with your hair. This way you can see how it is changing the hair and helping it to look and feel better. WEN also will give you a chance to understand how it will work with the other styling tools you may be using and if they are still damaging the hair with the conditioner use.

There are a lot of options when you are thinking of taking better care of your hair, but Wen by Chaz is a great option to help not only your hair look better, but for it to be stronger as well.