The annual Leukemia &Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk was presented at a new venue in downtown Las Vegas on Nov. 1, attracting more than 3,000 participants and raising more than $490,000 during the event, which was supported by Findlay Automotive Group.
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As a Western High School sophomore in April 1977, Rob Mancini was an aspiring athlete who had suffered a shoulder injury. Knowing that his athletic career was in jeopardy, he walked across Bonanza Road and applied for a job with Friendly Ford.
Size really matters if you’re a Mini owner who needs to comfortably carry more than an adult driver and a passenger. That’s where the Mini Hardtop 4 Door that arrives later this year can offer assistance.
Drivers are invited to support the Public Education Foundation by test driving the new 2015 Lincoln MKC during Findlay Lincoln’s Driven to Give event Saturday. For each test drive, a $100 contribution will be donated to the Public Education Foundation.
“Think Small” was the advertising catch phrase used to promote the Volkswagen Beetle in the 1950s. Today, “Think Small Engines” could easily be used as Ford’s slogan, especially for the 2015 Edge.
Southern Nevada businesswoman Kim Mallory has purchased her third Hyundai, this time selecting 2014 Sonata from Planet Hyundai 7150 W. Sahara Ave.
Chapman Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram and Chapman Chrysler Jeep have created The Jeeping Giant character to embody their position as the No. 1 seller of Jeeps in Nevada history.
You might say that Planet Hyundai sales agent Christy Cloutier has become an unofficial part of Loren Minnick’s family, considering that she sold the Minnick family six Hyundais in three years.
Barbra Stevenson is a longtime Ford enthusiast who likes the combination of good power, excellent handling and the sporty look of a vehicle.
Findlay RV Sales Manager John McKibbin has been in Las Vegas for about eight years. A native of Philadelphia, he appreciates what Southern Nevada has to offer and gets a thrill out of introducing people to the fun associated with a motor home or recreational vehicle.
Findlay Cadillac, already rated among the top dealerships of its kind in the nation, has bolstered its staff by adding three members with more than 60 collective years in the car business.
Lexus of Las Vegas employees are lacing up their running shoes to support the Candlelighters SHINE for Superhero 5k and 1-mile race with Chet Buchanan on Sept. 13 at Exploration Park in the Mountain’s Edge master-planned community.
Southern Nevada businessman Trent Keenan suspected in June 2008 that the economy would rebound, especially in construction. He opened Diamondback Land Surveying then, knowing he’d need specific equipment, including several trucks.
The 2014 Mercedes-Benz Dealer Championships Golf Tournament will be held Sept. 30 at Cascata Golf Course in Boulder City. A portion of the proceeds is to benefit Keep Memory Alive, which supports Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. This year marks the 21st anniversary of the event.
National Clean Energy Summit 7.0 brought good fortune to Nevada at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas last week. The event was staged by U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, in partnership with MGM Resorts International, University of Nevada — Las Vegas, Center for American Progress and the Clean Energy Project.
A crash on southbound Interstate 15 slowed traffic near Charleston Boulevard Thursday afternoon.
It’s a sad specimen — a 1996 Nissan Frontier pickup truck that has been used and abused, no longer roadworthy and deemed the dealership’s “trash truck.” But rather than meet with a tragic frame-wrecking end at the junkyard, two Park Place Infiniti trainees are working to turn the tarnished truck into a gleaming treasure.
From the first day that the automobile was introduced to consumers more than 100 years ago, the car business has been a daily challenge.
About 12½ years ago, Randy Block decided he was tired of the frigid winters in Chicago, where he worked as vice president and general manager of a manufacturing company.
Findlay Automotive Group demonstrated its continued confidence in the American economy by expanding into two Northwest states.
When Findlay Toyota added Allstate Insurance to the dealership at 7733 Eastgate Road in the Valley Automall three years ago, the move was considered a cutting-edge decision all over the nation.
Chris Yakimchuk and his wife, Shelley, purchased a pair of vehicles from Crossroads Auto Center at 6175 W. Sahara Ave. With a 2013 Cadillac CTS driven by Chris and Shelly powering a sporty 2013 Chevrolet Camaro, the couple found the best at the dealership.
Former UCLA All-American and pro basketball player Ed O’Bannon and his wife, Rosa, knew his playing days were over in 2004. One year earlier, the couple and their three children had moved to Las Vegas from Southern California.