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It was a typical morning at Avery’s coffee shop at the corner of Sahara Avenue and Fort Apache Road. Owners Sherman and Linda Ray were greeting customers and crafting orders, blissfully unaware of the impending tsunami that was building each time they swiped a customer’s credit card.

Ownership? They’re lovin’ it

Thomas Arlt, president of RLT Corp., may be one of the least known pillars of the Las Vegas community.

Banks target Hispanics in Southern Nevada

There is a business opportunity that banks and credit unions have been missing. What they’ve needed is the products, marketing, and right information to tap into it.

SNAPSHOT: Jonathan Galaviz, president of the Economic Club of Las Vegas

Jonathan Galaviz is a partner with Global Market Advisors, a research consultancy that provides economic and feasibility studies, particularly to the gaming and hospitality industries. Then firm also is involved in public policy research and advocacy.

Music industry tune-up

As much as any industry in the 21st century, the past 15 years has dramatically changed the music industry — from how artists are found, to how the music is distributed, to the industry ‘formula’ that has many music lovers disappointed with a long list of one-hit wonders that populate nearly every FM radio music station in the country.

According to one new Las Vegas company, it is time for an industry tune-up. - See more at: http://businesspress.vegas/small-business/music-industry-tune#sthash.DCGRj79O.dpuf

Metro Chambers adds benefits for members

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce unveiled a new set of member benefits and discounts April 1 to bring additional value to its membership.
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