Category: BUSINESS

Coffee with Assemblywoman

Small business owners request changes to Senate Bill 252 over coffee with Assemblywoman Benitez-Thompson

@Assemblywoman27 coffee w/SmallBiz owners.”This is what’s going on @ Carson,but more importantly I want 2hear frm U.” pic.twitter.com/c9bIonZFIo — Oscar Delgado (@DelgadoReno3) March 27, 2015 By Ryan Smith, @rsmithRSJ This article first appeared on NextReno.org. Republished here with permission from the author.  RENO, Nev. – A group of ten small

Governor Sandoval introduces bill that would increase business license fees

Source By Ryan Smith, @rsmithRSJ This story first appeared on NextReno. Republished with permission from the author. CARSON CITY, Nev. – Calling it one of the proudest moments of his life, Gov. Brian Sandoval introduced a business license fee bill today with the goal of creating much needed revenue for Nevada schools. Sitting in

Truck to table – turning food trucks into brick and mortars

Source By Crystal Powell, @CAPcalves20 RENO, Nev. – It’s been one month since GourMelts’ Jessie Watnes and Hayley Wood, Reno’s well-known grilled cheese truck owners, opened their new brick and mortar restaurant, Two Chicks. “Customers started calling us those ‘two chicks who own the grilled cheese truck,’” Watnes explained. “And since we

Revitalizing Fourth Street: How Reno businesses on the block are rebuilding the street’s reputation

Many areas of Reno, such as Midtown, Wells District, and Virginia Street set the city’s vibrant style. However, the Fourth Street strip is in the shadows: it is known for vandalism, homelessness and prostitution. But as Molly J. Moser reports, business owners on the block aren’t giving up—they’re determined to

Nevada Museum of Art welcomes new restaurant, chezlouie

by ERIN MEYERING Chef Mark Estee is adding another restaurant and style of cuisine to his repertoire. The owner of Italian restaurant Campo (voted Best New Restaurant in 2012 by Esquire) in Reno, and two Burger Me locations in Reno and Truckee, is now looking toward opening a French-inspired eatery. The Nevada Museum