About Las Vegas

Las Vegas has long been known as the Entertainment Capital of the World, a glittering oasis in the Mohave desert, Las Vegas has grown into a metropolitan city filled with excitement and energy. Las Vegas is also a business mecca and the business-friendly climate in Southern Nevada continues to attract high-profile corporations including SWITCH, AMAZON, GOOGLE, Dryer’s and Allegiant Airlines. Small business is also booming in the valley and Las Vegas has consistently ranked among the top 20 cities in which to start a business. Small business growth led by minority and female owned businesses are thriving!
If you haven’t visited Las Vegas in a while, or this is your first visit, you will find it a unique venue. Surrounded by picturesque mountains, Red Rock Canyon, The Valley of Fire, Lake Mead and Mount Charleston and the Ski Resort at Lee Canyon, those who love the outdoors will have plenty to see and experience. Are you a golfer, water sports lover, or a hiker? There is abundant natural beauty just minutes from the hotel and resort corridor.

For the Entertainment junkie the city is filled with unique and exclusive shows, nightclubs, sports and headliners. Las Vegas scores with an NHL and NFL team, an amazing WBNA team, Pro Soccer, Minor League Baseball and UFC. If music and spectacle is what you are looking for then Cirque De Soleil shows, high profile music residencies including Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Aerosmith and even 80’s icons like Sting are filling show rooms and auditoriums all over the famed Las Vegas strip. Every night can be filled with a different feast for the senses.

If you are a foodie Las Vegas has culinary masters serving up some of the most exclusive cuisines in the world. Master Chefs and celebrity eateries fill the Valley with scrumptious temptations. Gordon Ramsey, Emeril, Giada, Bobby Flay, Guy Fieri and Wolfgang Puck just to name a few, flavor the Valley with mouth-watering wonders.

Cultural enrichment is also available from Opera, to the Las Vegas Symphony, the Nevada Ballet Theater to the Smith Center for the Performing Arts, theater goers will get their fill of classics and modern adaptations year round.

Finally if you need even more distractions try some of the city’s most unique options. Take a tour of the historic Hoover Dam, one of the Wonders of the World, or visit The Mob Museum and the Neon Boneyard to get an insiders view of one the world’s most diverse cities. Attracting more than 42 million visitors annually, Las Vegas is truly a destination for everyone and even for those who want to leave their inhibitions behind, because, “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!”