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How new tariffs could impact Reno wine businesses

The wine industry in Reno has grown in recent years which has created new small business opportunities in the area. Since a majority of wine is exported from Europe, these small businesses could be feeling the impact of new tariffs proposed by the Trump administration. Wine shop owners and importers are currently dealing with tariffs on their… Keep Reading

Del Taco Refranchises Reno Market

Del Taco Restaurants announced the refranchising of all eight company-operated restaurants in the Reno, Nevada, market to existing franchisee Mark Miller of 3 Brothers Restaurants. Related to this refranchising agreement, Miller has also committed to develop 10 additional Del Taco restaurants over the next seven years, including six in the Yakima and Spokane, Washington, markets… Keep Reading

Del Taco Restaurants, Inc. Completes Refranchising of Reno, Nevada Market

LAKE FOREST, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Del Taco Restaurants, Inc. (“Del Taco” or the “Company”), (NASDAQ: TACO), the second largest Mexican-American quick service restaurant chain by units in the United States, today announced the refranchising of all eight company-operated restaurants in the Reno, NV market to existing franchisee Mark Miller of 3 Brothers Restaurants. Related to this refranchising… Keep Reading

Father-son duo open Crunch gym franchise in Reno

RENO, Nev. – The Shepaneks aren’t strangers to the family business model. In fact John Shepanek, who played football at Nevada in the early 1980s, grew up learning the ins-and-outs of business practices from his family. As of Aug. 23, he and his son Tyler are the owners of a new gym in the Meadowood… Keep Reading

Celebrate Small Business Saturday with Made In Nevada

Made in Nevada celebrates the 10th Annual Small Business Saturday by hosting a Small Business Scavenger Hunt as an American Express Neighborhood Champion. Made in Nevada announced that, as a member of the American Express Neighborhood Champion Program, it will host an event as part of Small Business Saturday, which takes place on Saturday, Nov… Keep Reading

Going Green: Best Hybrid & Electric Cars

By Bryan Kittman | November 14, 2018 San Diego Entertainer Magazine If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, perhaps you should consider getting a hybrid or electric car. Not only are they significantly more fuel efficient, but they are also much more environmentally friendly, and you can drive around knowing you are not contributing to… Keep Reading

Deantronics Opening in Spanish Springs

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) has announced that New Deantronics(ND), an international medical device technology manufacturer, is establishing its U.S. facility in the Spanish Springs Business Center, off the Pyramid Highway near Calle de la Plata. The company is breaking ground on a 200,000-square-foot facility for research/development and manufacturing. The facility will… Keep Reading

Warren Buffett vs. Sheldon Adelson Over Nevada’s Energy

Sheldon Adelson and his company Las Vegas Sands have funneled more than $20 million into supporting a constitutional amendment which would allow Nevada customers to choose their own power providers.   Ethan Miller/Getty Images By DARIUS DIXON and ERIC WOLFF 10/27/2018 06:43 AM EDT Warren Buffett's Nevada energy utility is clobbering Republican megadonor Sheldon Adelson… Keep Reading

Reno Home Sales Down

HOME SALES ACTIVITY BEGINS TO SLOW BY JOHN SEELMEYER | The red-hot housing market in Reno and Sparks appears to be cooling. That’s good news for families who despaired that they ever would be able to afford a starter home, and it’s dampening the ardor of some sellers. The cooling is mostly the result of simple supply-and-demand,… Keep Reading

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