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In Business: Customers Are Needed to Support Local Businesses

This is a difficult time for big and small businesses across the Las Vegas valley, as people struggle with the pandemic. Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce President Mary Beth Sewald spoke with Good Day Las Vegas and said many businesses…

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A YES Vote on Ballot Question 1 Supports Higher Education and a Diversified Economy

By Gina Bongiovi, Local Attorney, Small Business Owner and Vegas Chamber Chair-Elect As a proud graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (’01, ’07) and a small business owner, I know how important higher education is to economic growth…

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Vegas Chamber Announces Final 2020 Election Endorsements

Today, the Vegas Chamber announces its final endorsements for the 2020 General election, including races for Nevada Supreme Court, Nevada Legislature, Clark County Commission, and boards of education, in addition to Ballot Question 1. Endorsements are decided by the organization’s…

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In Vegas chamber briefing, GOP pollster Frank Luntz says he’s concerned over drawn out election count, gives Biden the edge

GOP political consultant Frank Luntz is worried that it will take about a week to decide who won the presidential election and that a lead for President Donald Trump on election night that fades to a Joe Biden victory as…

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Nevada’s Lee, Amodei in group offering compromise COVID relief plan

WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of lawmakers offered a $1.5 trillion compromise Tuesday to provide coronavirus relief and break a stalemate between House Democrats, the White House and the Republican-led Senate. Read the full article on the Review-Journal here.

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Las Vegas business leaders make pitch for I-11 funds, other projects

WASHINGTON — With Congress and the administration squabbling about spending, Las Vegas business leaders on Monday began a lobbying push to spur infrastructure projects, like the Interstate 11 thoroughfare to Phoenix, and other critical measures to lift the city out…

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Interstate 11 a top priority at Vegas Chamber’s virtual DC Fly-in

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The completion of Interstate 11 is once again a top priority at the Vegas Chamber’s virtual DC Fly-in. “Completing I-11 will add billions of dollars to our economy, better connecting Las Vegas to routes of trade…

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New brewery set to open in the Arts District, despite pandemic

Passersby can't miss the grain silo that sits on the corner of Imperial and Main, the marker of a new small business set to open up in Las Vegas: Nevada Brew Works. Read the full article on News 3 Las…

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Vegas Chamber to Offer U.S. Bank Goals Coaching to Members

LAS VEGAS (Sept. 1, 2020) – The Vegas Chamber today announced the opening of the new U.S. Bank Coaching and Growth Center at the Vegas Chamber, which offers personal and professional goal coaching to Vegas Chamber members. Members and their…

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Vegas Chamber partners with US Bank

Las Vegas - Vegas Chamber partners with US Bank to help businesses cope with the pandemic. Watch the full segment here.

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