East Valley View business news, April 24-30, 2014

JAN-PRO’s Santaniello

earns national honor

JAN-PRO’s John Santaniello has received the Master Owner of the Year national award.

According to a JAN-PRO news release, “John earned the Master Owner of the Year award by exceeding in categories such as franchise sales, packages sold, franchise cash collected, net gain growth, billing volume, compliance in reporting and royalty payment. John also provides leadership, sound management skills, and follows the JAN-PRO operating system.”

According to a company website, JAN-PRO Cleaning Systems of Las Vegas’ cleaning techniques are detailed and thoroughly applied to ensure the best in commercial maintenance services.

For more information, call 702-979-1453 or visit www.lvccld.org.

Business 101: Life Hacks for Business Professionals scheduled for April 24

Vegas Young Professionals has scheduled Business 101: Life Hacks for Business Professionals for April 24.

According to a Vegas Young Professionals website, “Hear from a panel of fellow VYPers on their tips for using life hacks to increase productivity and efficiency. Find out how these busy professionals use technology, apps and other tricks for maximizing their time and getting ahead.”

The program will run from 7:30-9 a.m. at The InNEVation Center, 6795 Edmond St.

The event is free.

For more information, call 702-641-5822 or visit www.lvchamber.com.

Leadership Las Vegas Recruitment

Mixer event scheduled for May 8

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce will hold its Leadership Las Vegas Recruitment Mixer from 5-7 p.m. May 8.

According to the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce website, “Leadership Las Vegas alumni, class of 2014, and potential candidates for the class of 2015 are invited to attend.”

The free event will be held at Bar Vdara inside the Vdara Hotel and Spa, 2600 W. Harmon Ave.

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce is at 8363 W. Sunset Road, Suite 250.

For more information, visit www.lvchamber.com.

New member breakfast

to be held May 20

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce will hold its new member breakfast from 7:30-9:30 a.m. May 20.

According to the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce’s website, “Held bimonthly, this event is for all new members of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce. Each participant will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and their business and network in a friendly and upbeat atmosphere. Bring your business cards and join the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce Prospectors as they welcome our newest members to the chamber family.”

Registration is required for this free event.

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce is at 8363 W. Sunset Road, Suite 250.

For more information, call 702-641-5822 or visit www.lvchamber.com.

Business Expo 2014

exhibitor workshop set for May 21

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce will hold its Business Expo 2014 exhibitor workshop from 3-5:30 p.m. May 21.

According to the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce’s website, “Exclusive to current Business Expo exhibitors, the chamber will be hosting a workshop dedicated to informing exhibitors of important information regarding the venue, the World Market Center. Participants will gain valuable knowledge about trade show and exhibiting tips as well as logistics for move in and move out. Exhibitors are invited to stay after the workshop and enjoy light refreshments and the opportunity to network with fellow exhibitors.”

The free event will be at the InNEVation Center, 6795 Edmond St.

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of

Commerce is at 8363 W. Sunset Road, Suite 250.

For more information, call 702-641-5822 or visit www.cc.lvchamber.com.

Urban League to host grand opening, ribbon cutting April 29

The Las Vegas Urban League has scheduled a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for April 29.

According to an Urban League news release, “The ceremony celebrates the relocation and consolidation of two customer service centers and multiple programs to create a one-stop customer service operations center. Those programs are: Family Development, Employment and Training, Educational Support, Community Development, Urban Youth Empowerment Program and the Re-Entry Initiatives Supporting Ex-Offenders Program.”

The event will run from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Las Vegas Urban League Main Office, 3575 W. Cheyenne Ave. Suite 101.

For more information, call 702-473-5000 or email mmonteolivo@lvul.org.

Jerry’s Nugget Casino launches

Prime Rib Eating Challenge

Jerry’s Nugget Casino has announced a Prime Rib Eating Challenge on National Prime Rib Day, April 27.

According to a casino news release, “The Prime Rib Eating Challenge includes the full consumption of the double cut prime rib meal, which consists of a dinner salad with croutons and choice of dressing, a 48-ounce prime rib [the thickest cut served], with baked potato, an ear of corn and one piece of garlic toast. Dessert is Jerry’s famous banana split. Participants are required to finish the meal in 45 minutes or less.

“Participants must be 18 or older and must present valid form of photo identification. Participants will also be required to sign a release of liability form. For the full set of challenge rules, please visit jerrysnugget.com/dining. A launch event will be held in advance of National Prime Rib Day. Details will be announced at a later date.”

Jerry’s Nugget, 1821 Las Vegas Blvd. North, was founded in 1964 by Jerry Lodge and Jerry Stamis and originally was the site of the Town House Bar. Today, Jerry’s Nugget has expanded to more than 95,000 square feet and features a race and sports book, keno lounge, table games area and slot floor.

For more information, call 702-399-3000 or visit www.jerrysnugget.com.

VYP Toastmasters meeting

set for May 12

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce will hold its Vegas Young Professionals Toastmasters meeting from 6:30-8 p.m. May 12.

According to the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce website, “Great communication skills are very important keys to success. VYP has created a Toastmasters group for all members and their guests to help learn these key speaking, presentation and leadership skills. Help yourself and take advantage of what VYP Toastmasters has to offer.”

The free event will be held at the Learning Village Inspire Theater, Trailer No. 1, 727 E. Fremont St.

For more information, call 702-735-2196 or visit www.cc.lvchamber.com.

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce is at 8363 W. Sunset Road, Suite 250.

BUSINESS LICENSES

Downtown Las Vegas

new business licenses, April 9-15

According to the city of Las Vegas Department of Planning, the following business licenses were issued in the downtown Las Vegas area the week of April 9-15:

■ Aladdin Bail Bonds, at 626 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Suite 120, was issued a license to operate a bail bond agency business. Owner Aladdin Bail NV Inc. received license No. G62-02616.

■ Events With a Twist LLC, at 701 E. Bridger Ave., was issued a license to operate an alcoholic beverage catering permit business. Owner Events With a Twist LLC received license No. PMT14-01219.

■ Herbally Grounded Smokeshop & Mini Market, at 913 E. Charleston Blvd., Suite 110, was issued a license to operate a smoke shop business. Owner Floyd Marshall Jr. received license No. G62-02955.

■ Herbally Grounded Smokeshop & Mini Market, at 913 E. Charleston Blvd., Suite 110, was issued a license to operate a tobacco sales business. Owner Floyd Marshall Jr. received license No. G62-02956.

■ Imani Health Care Associates, at 400 Shadow Lane, Suite 202, was issued a license to operate a medical practice business. Owner J. Sherman Tate Ltd. received license No. G62-03365.

■ Metro Global Realty, at 618 S. 11th St., Suite 130, was issued a license to operate a real estate business. Owner Louis Peress received license No. G62-03520.

■ Tony M. May PC, at 703 S. Eighth St., was issued a license to operate a law firm business. Owner Tony M. May received license No. G62-03684.

■ Viva La Vapor, at 1560 N. Eastern Ave., was issued a license to operate an electronic cigarette business. The owner received license No. T50-90094.

■ Viva La Vapor, at 1560 N. Eastern Ave., was issued a license to operate a tobacco sales business. The owner received license No. G62-03671.

Sunrise Manor new business licenses, April 9-15

According to the city of Las Vegas Department of Planning, the following business licenses were issued in the Sunrise Manor area the week of April 9-15:

Explore Vegas Now LLC, at 3940 Vegas Valley Drive, was issued a license to operate an entertainment producer – promoter business. Owner Robert G. Campbell received license No. G62-03623.

Lsk Landscape Designs LLC, at 4994 E. Cartier Ave., was issued a license to operate a business.

R. and R. Getaways, at 4470 Vegas Valley Drive, was issued a license to operate a travel agency business. Owner Angel M. Mitchell received license No. G62-03606.

Symbolic Art, at 3912 Welter Ave., was issued a license to operate a nonprofit. Owner The Rock of Israel Christian Fellowship received license No. G62-03091.

Urban Vision United, at 6335 Hotchkiss Court, was issued a license to operate a business support services business. The owner received license No. G62-03048.

Paradise new business licenses,

April 9-15

According to the city of Las Vegas Department of Planning, the following business licenses were issued in the Paradise area the week of April 9-15:

Alta Care Homehealth Inc., at 3305 Spring Mountain Road, Suite 61, was issued a license to operate a residential home health provider business. The owner received license No. G62-02665.

Steel Partners LLC, at 3625 Polaris Ave., was issued a license to operate a business.

Tyco Integrated Security LLC, at 1545 Pama Lane, was issued a license to operate a burglar alarm service business. The owner received license No. P62-00090.

Tyco Integrated Security LLC, at 1545 Pama Lane, was issued a license to operate a contractor business.

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