Submitted by admin on Mon, May 23, 2016
Las Vegas – The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce announces its endorsement of several candidates running for election to serve on education boards in Nevada, including the Nevada Board of Regents, Nevada State Board of Education, and the Clark County Board of School Trustees. The Metro Chamber, the largest and broadest-based business organization in Nevada, is making its recommendations in advance of the Primary Election on June 14.
Submitted by admin on Fri, May 20, 2016
Carson City, NV - All Nevadans will have the opportunity this week to receive U.S. Dental Access (Aetna Dental) program at NO COST. This special offer is being made possible by Nevada Drug Card to bring attention to their Rx Awareness Week initiative. The Nevada Drug Card is a free statewide prescription assistance program that was launched in 2008.
“It is our mission to help Nevadans. Many families are struggling with the rise of health care costs and we are thrilled to offer new programs to help them,” said Suzanne Domoracki, Program Director for Nevada Drug Card.
Submitted by gseidman on Fri, April 15, 2016
Las Vegas – The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce announces its endorsement of 44 candidates running for election to the Nevada State Legislature and Clark County Commission. The Metro Chamber, the largest and broadest-based business organization in Nevada, is making its recommendations in advance of the Primary Election on June 14.
Submitted by admin on Thu, April 7, 2016
As Las Vegas opens its first new sports stadium in twenty years, could the T-Mobile Arena be a precursor to a professional sports team calling Sin City home? Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce Spokesperson Cara Clarke weighs in on what the arena means for the city.
Submitted by admin on Wed, February 24, 2016
The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance and the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce are offering an education summit on entrepreneurship and business ownership through the "BE" Engaged Summit on March 7.
Submitted by admin on Mon, February 22, 2016
Last month, I moderated a panel at the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce’s annual business outlook gathering, Preview Las Vegas, about the importance of security when it comes to travel and tourism and what Las Vegas is doing to make sure our visitors and residents are safe. Joining me on the panel were: Roger Dow, President and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, Mike Boyd, President of BoydGroup International, and Warren Eales, Las Vegas Port Director for US Customs and Border Protection.