The Career of Utah Investor Aaron Ollivier
About Aaron Ollivier
The president and chief executive officer of Precision Concrete Cutting, Aaron Ollivier been an entrepreneur for more than a decade. Under Aaron Ollivier’s leadership, Precision Concrete Cutting won three consecutive Top 50 Franchisee Awards and was named #1 in 2013. Ollivier is also a licensed real estate broker and agent, and he handles real estate transactions through Aspen Corp. Realtors. Also passionate about aiding start-up businesses, Aaron Ollivier founded Utah Angels 2 and invests in new companies throughout the state.
To prepare for his career, Ollivier earned a bachelor of science in Marketing from the University of Utah. While earning his degree, he interned as a stockbroker assistant for First Western Advisors and edited the school's business newsletter. Additionally, Aaron Ollivier combined his interests in business and outdoor and adventure sports by serving as a company manager and marketing manager for High Country Rafting and as director of marketing and sales manager for Sidsports Inc. His responsibilities ranged from training staff and setting up e-commerce site to creating budgets and developing marketing strategies. After graduating in 2001, he started Precision Concrete Cutting.
Black Ops Valdez Offers Winter Sports Lovers Access to Alaska Terrain
The longtime president of Precision Concrete Cutting, Aaron Ollivier is also the founder of UA2, a Utah-based investment group that funds start-up companies. On top of these business ventures, Aaron Ollivier maintains interests in Black Ops Valdez, a winter sports company in Alaska.
Located in the center of Alaska’s eastern Chugach Mountains, Black Ops Valdez offers visitors the opportunity to partake in a variety of activities, including heli-skiing, sled-skiing, and snowcat-skiing. Operating across 2,500 square miles of terrain, the company has access to extreme and mild terrain options to accommodate all levels of snowboarders and skiers. Black Ops Valdez uses an A-Star 350 B2 for its heli-skiing operations, and the heli-ski runs range between 3,000 and 5,000 feet. For its snowcat operations, the company accesses seven different permitted zones that span across Valdez and into Tsaina Valley.
After a day in the snow, guests can enjoy dining and lodging at the Robe Lake Lodge, which overlooks Robe Lake in between Thompson Pass and Valdez. The lodge features Alaskan cuisine, a hot tub, and a sauna for post-riding relaxation. Away from the slopes, visitors can engage in activities like Port Valdez boat tours and shooting sports.