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Join Northern Nevada Development Authority in welcoming new and expanded companies to the Sierra region at the Bubbles, BBQ & Business Recognition Dinner Sept. 29 at the Governor’s Mansion in Carson City. This recognition dinner will showcase the seven new and two expanded companies NNDA has assisted in the Sierra region during the past year.
“The primary focus of our inaugural ‘Bubbles, BBQ & Business Recognition Dinner’ is networking,” Rob Hooper, executive director of NNDA, said. “We want to introduce these new-to-the-region companies to our investors and community leaders while enjoying a relaxing social evening. It’s all about welcoming and getting to know the companies new to the Sierra region and saying thank you to those existing companies who experienced growth this past year. Combined, these companies added 288 new jobs to the region. Connecting our investors and business community is important.”
The companies to be recognized that located a new facility in the Sierra region include Bonnie Plants, Silver Springs; Buffalo Wire Works, Sparks; Fulcrum Sierra Bio Fuels, Tahoe Reno Industrial Center; Northwest Territorial Mint, Dayton; RiteMade Paper Converters, Reno; Saginaw Control & Engineering, Tahoe Reno Industrial Center; and Sutter Equipment Company, Mound House. Company expansions in the region include Chromalloy Nevada, Carson City, and ConAgra Foods, Inc., Fallon.
Held at the Governor’s Mansion, 606 Mountain St., Carson City, the event runs from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Sept. 29. Cost is $50 per person or $90 per couple. Tables are available for $350 for groups of eight. Register in advance by Sept. 24 by calling 775-883-4413 or visiting online at www.NNDA.org/events.aspx. Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted.
Sponsors of this year’s recognition dinner include AT&T, NV Energy, Miles Construction, Miller Industrial Properties, Nevada Industry Excellence and Shaheen Beauchamp Builders. Sponsorship opportunities are available by contacting NNDA at 775-883-4413.
Additional information about NNDA and resources available for relocation and expansion as well as business assistance services may be found online at www.nnda.org or by calling directly.
NNDA’s mission is to facilitate the recruitment of new business and industry and the retention and expansion of existing businesses. NNDA’s vision is to secure an abundant and sustainable economy for Nevada where all residents have the opportunity to grow, prosper and realize their financial goals.
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