It is every CEO’s dream to be named as the CEO of the year. This dream came true for Troy McQuagge, who won the One Planet Award and was named as the CEO of the Year. This prestigious program is open to all organizations across the globe and strives to recognize excellence in business levels in every industry. The program is always open to all businesses irrespective of the nature of their operation and what Troy knows.
In 2010, Troy McQuagge joined USHEALTH Group, Inc. and shifted his focus towards USHEALTH Advisors, which is a subsidiary of USHELATH Group, Inc. His leadership skills and a keen understanding of the market enabled him to turn the agency around, and for the first time in decades, there was an enormous positive impact on the business. His efforts were recognized, and within two years, he became the President and Chief Executive Officer of USHEALTH Group, Inc.
During his acceptance speech, he could not hide his joy. He appreciated the peer recognition and being the recipient of the prestigious award. He also dedicated the award to the entire organization, terming their self-drive and caring for their clients as the main reason for excellence performance of the organization. He also congratulated the spirit and loyalty of their clients and promised that USHELATH Group, Inc. will continue working to provide the best healthcare products in the market.
Troy McQuagge is a dynamic insurance sales professional who has an experience of over 30 years of achieving success in almost any venture. He is known for thriving in highly competitive and demanding environments, a factor which has contributed to his influence in the recent positive growth of USHEALTH Group.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida. Before joining USHELATH Group, Troy McQuagge worked with Health Market where he served as the President of the Agency’s Marketing Group and more information click here.
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Squaw Valley Ski Holdings installed an upgraded new water system at Gold Coast and High Camp; heavy rains that were experienced in October caused flooding and contaminated the system, luckily no other systems were affected. According to the statement issued by Squaw Valley, the water treatment commenced immediately coliform, and E. coli bacteria were discovered; no client was affected by the contamination. Wesley Nicks the director at Placer County Environmental Health said that improvement has already been seen since treatment began; soon, all this will be something of the past.
During routine testing is when they discovered the contamination and Squaw Valley Public Service District together with Placer County Environment Health was contacted to give professional help. Squaw Valley Ski Holding also consulted with specialists in water treatment so they can make sure they deal with the issue at the highest level. Although the restaurant on the upper mountain, top to bottom skiing is allowed; however, the guests are not allowed to drink the water, so Squaw Valley is providing bottled water until the issue is resolved.
Until health officers and all the other experts certify that the water is safe, Squaw Valley is not planning to use the water. They care about all their clients and would not want anything happening to them. Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows’s Public Relations Director said they appreciate all the specialized who have been working with them to ensure everything goes back to normal.
Squaw Valley Ski Holding is a result of a merge between Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows Ski Resort formed in 2012; the merging made them offer double the services. It is one of the largest skiing destinations in the United States and has held Olympics severally. The resort attracts more than six hundred thousand people who apart from skiing enjoy roller skating, disk golf, shopping, pool, and dining. Currently, the president and CEO is Andy Wirth; he has a vision of moving forward as a community.