Henderson Development Association mixer to focus on Lake Las Vegas

Feb. 20 mixer to include presentations from Lake Las Vegas and Raintree Investment Corporation, Hilton

HENDERSON, Nev. – The Henderson Development Association, the economic development division of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, will host its next mixer from 5:30 – 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20, at the Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort and Spa, 1610 Lake Las Vegas Parkway.

Cody Winterton and Patrick Parker, executive vice presidents of Lake Las Vegas and Raintree Investment Corp, will present “Lake Las Vegas – A New Vision” at the mixer. Lake Las Vegas, the development, as well as activity plans and timelines for the lake will be discussed.

Howard Harris, general manager at the Hilton, will also discuss their recent investment in Lake Las Vegas.

Sponsored by GC Garcia, Inc., the event will be hosted by the Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort and Spa. Cost is free for HDA members, $20 for guests of HDA members and Henderson Chamber members who are not members of the HDA, and $40 for non-members. RSVPs must be made by Wednesday, Feb. 19. An additional $10 will be charged for walk-ins.

A division of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, the Henderson Development Association is a non-profit, voluntary organization committed to protecting and growing Henderson’s economic development by increasing the number of commercial and industrial primary jobs in the Henderson area.

For more information regarding the Henderson Development Association or the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, call 702-565-8951 or visit hendersonchamber.com.

Cody Winterton, Economic development, Henderson Chamber of Commerce, Henderson Development Association, Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort and Spa, Howard Harris, Lake Las Vegas, Lake Las Vegas - A New Vision, Patrick Parker, Raintree Investment Corp
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  • Anonymous 4/11/2014
    April 11, 2014 9:51 pm

    Many parts of lake Las Vegas are overpriced. Some home prices are double what they should be selling for. The lake is small and there is a major heat issue for half of the year. Lake Las Vegas in not a good investment long term. Island living is much better! The water quality in the lake is questionable.

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