The Notes: Feb. 4, 2013
4 February 2013
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JEG Boxing Inc., a division of the Las Vegas-based Justice Entertainment Group, received approval from the Nevada Athletic Commission to be sanctioned as a boxing promoter. JEG Boxing now can produce its own events, co-present bouts with other promoters and create fight cards for venues, hotels and casinos in Nevada.
Bank of Nevada ranked first last year in SBA 504 dollar lending volume out of 24 lending institutions in Nevada, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. The bank’s ranking was based on 10 loans totaling $18,585,815. The SBA’s debenture commitment totaled $12,991,307, bringing the combined commitment to $31,577,122.
MountainView Hospital opened the first phase of its new three-story patient tower, which includes a new emergency room, intensive care unit and medical/surgical unit. all with private suites. The tower is approximately 85,000 square feet.
Tatyana Designs Inc., which specializes in fashion inspired by Bettie Page, achieved record sales of more than $10 million in 2012. At the end of last year, the company owned 11 Bettie Page Clothing boutiques across the United States.
Duvon Corporation, an international technology company based in Las Vegas, will move from private to public beta testing for StoAmigo, its cloud-based media sharing and streaming system. StoAmigo has been in private beta testing since October 2012. The system was designed with media sharing in mind, to give users access to content directly from the cloud.
The Nevada Taxicab Authority has been named the Department of Business and Industry’s 2012 Agency of the Year. The award recognized the strides the agency made in working toward becoming a model regulatory agency within the state.
The Cosmopolitan has been named one of Travel + Leisure’s “500 Best Hotels in the World.” It also was the highest-rated Las Vegas resort this year. The annual compendium highlights top hotels and resorts from around the world as voted by readers.
NEWave, a software supplier to the gaming industry, has signed an agreement with Cantor Gaming to supply software in all of Cantor’s Nevada race and sports books. The agreement includes NEWave’s Title 31 Manager, TINCheck and OFAC software modules.
Four Las Vegas homeowners associations have joined Associa Nevada South: Manzanita Condominiums, a 408-unit condominium community; Lone Mountain Village, a 180-unit single-family home community; Smoke Ranch Villas, a 115-unit condominium community; and Tanglewood, a 273-unit single-family home community. ANS provides financial, administrative and management services to homeowners associations.
Beanz Coffee Café opened at 4830 Blue Diamond Road, Suite 130. Beanz offers gourmet coffee, hot and iced teas, fruit smoothies, freshly squeezed juices, waffles and an assortment of breakfast, lunch and dessert items.
Virgen Inc., a marketing, public relations and creative arts firm, was honored at the seventh annual W3 Awards in the “Awesome Website” category.
Burke Construction Group announced the completion of the Cobalt Cheyenne Data Center. The 34,000-square-foot, 5.5-megawatt, multi-tenant data center contains 500 cabinets and supports up to 600 watts per square foot. It won a November 2012 AGC Safe Site Award.
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