Walking into Pinot’s Palette at The District at Green Valley Ranch, guests feel more at home than in any art studio. From the extra elbow room down to the bathroom mirrors, owners Reed and Judy Alewel didn’t cut any corners when it came to pleasing their customers.
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When Apple Pay was announced at a highly-choreographed launch event in September, industry analysts and experts declared that the mobile payment system had a shot at doing what other digital wallets have so far failed to do: Dethrone plastic credit and debit cards as shoppers’ default way of making a purchase.
Summerlin mom Lisa Cash Hanson was trying to come up with a solution to keep her infant daugther, Matilda, safely occupied during diaper changes when she invented the Snuggwugg. The product is a half-circle, pillow-like device with a pocket that holds a smartphone.
The Retail Association of Nevada estimates statewide Halloween sales could reach $110.1 million, up 7.3 percent from the $102.6 from last year.
Retailers will add up to 7,600 seasonal jobs in Nevada during the upcoming holidays, officials for the Retail Association of Nevada said Wednesday.
For years, Henderson resident Angelique Daniels has owned The Shoe Chick, a mobile shoe, purse and accessory store. She recently agreed to donate a percentage of each sale to the opening of Mariah’s House, a safe house for victims of sex trafficking.
WASHINGTON — U.S. retail sales declined in September and producer prices also fell, worrisome signals on the economy’s health that helped fuel a major sell-off on Wall Street.
Though Harley-Davidson first arrived in Las Vegas in the mid-1940s, their motorcycles, clothing and accessories just recently rode onto the Strip.
Kellie Duran has been cooking up something cool in her kitchen. The Summerlin resident is the inventor of Kiss My Honey lip balm, the latest organic product to come out of the “necessity is the mother of invention” mantra.
As companies seek lower operating costs and easy access to major highways as well as air and rail freight to transport their products, Las Vegas has become a hub for distribution centers, which are sprouting up across the valley.
Downtown Las Vegas finally has its grocery store. The Market debuted at 611 East Fremont Street Thursday afternoon, accomplishing one of Tony Hsieh’s visions for revitalizing the area when he started the Downtown Project.
It’s here. After six years of economy-related delays, Downtown Summerlin’s 1.6 million-square-foot outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment center opened this morning to floods of consumers flowing into stores.
After a six-year development hiatus, Downtown Summerlin’s 1.6 million-square-foot shopping, restaurant and entertainment center opens at 10 a.m. Thursday.
Downtown Summerlin’s biggest phase to date — a 1.6 million-square-foot shopping, dining and entertainment complex — opens to the public on Thursday. But this project is way more than a mall. It began as an economic messenger heralding the dawn of Southern Nevada’s Great Recession.
Taxable sales continued their three-year streak of increases in July.
The famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign will soon get a new next-door neighbor — a sprawling Harley-Davidson dealership that offers motorcycles, accessories and rentals for tourists.
The moment everyone has been waiting for is almost here: On Oct. 9, The Howard Hughes Corp. plans to officially unveil Downtown Summerlin.
Owned by Las Vegas couple Mitch Hanson and Amy Pienta, Somersault Letterpress has been supplying the community with handcrafted paper products using antiquated techniques for three years.
Developers broke ground on Sahara Center last November, and now the shopping center at Sahara Avenue and Hualapai Way has opened with major retailers.
The co-op business model is thriving locally, providing Southern Nevada with innovation, transparency and pricing value in several sectors. By avoiding the constrictions of shareholders and the need for aggressive pricing, industries are providing a different value proposition to the market.
Andrew Ciarrocchi was enjoying life in Seattle, but he couldn’t forgo the chance to create a premiere retail destination. So he moved to Las Vegas in March as senior general manager for Downtown Summerlin, a 1.6 million-square-foot shopping complex near Sahara Avenue and the 215 Beltway.
Chrysler is recalling almost 189,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos in the U.S. to fix a fuel pump problem that can cause the SUVs to stall.
Pas De Deux Children’s Couture offers shabby chic and vintage-inspired children’s clothing in the Market LV inside Tivoli Village. Pas de deux is French for “dance of two,” and the theme of the store was inspired by owner Stephanie Mitchell-Anthony’s daughters’ interest in ballet.
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