Political action committee announces board leadership for 2018-20

Hone, Andoscia elected to chair positions

HENDERSON, Nev. The board for the 2018-20 Henderson Chamber Issues Mobilization Political Action Committee (IMPAC) has been announced. IMPAC is a bipartisan group that makes direct contributions to candidates who promote and vote for an agenda of a favorable business climate.

Being a participant of the board is a volunteer position and volunteers serve two-year terms. Eric Hone, H1 Law Group, and local architect, Jason Andoscia, were elected as chair and vice chair.

Remaining IMPAC participants include: Matt Engle, Cragin & Pike; Bob Anderson, Snell & Wilmer; Tim Brooks, Emerald Island Casino; Chet Opheikens, R&O Construction; Debbie Tuttle, Keller Williams Realty; Randy Robison, CenturyLink; Katie Ryan; Aviva Gordon, Gordon Law; Devon Sansone, Sansone Development; Michael Hiltz, Trish Nash Signature Gallery of Homes; Mary Beth Hartleb, PRISM Global Management Group; Rob Tillman, Levi Strauss & Company; Randy Donald, Design Builders; Ercan Aydogdu, Coral Academy of Science; Chad Leavitt, Findlay Automotive Group; James Green, Green Consulting; Natasha Conner, Harsch Investment Properties; Mick Bailey, Success City Online; Tony DePasquale, Elysien Private Wealth and Real Property; Lloyd Benson, Ahern Rentals; Craig Stevens, Cox Communications; and Tim Cogswell, Century Gaming-Nevada.

The Henderson Chamber of Commerce is a voice of business in government, representing businesses of all sizes, industries and stages. It identifies the needs of its member organizations and, through legislative and issues committees – like IMPAC – harnesses the collective power to influence government outcomes.

The Henderson Chamber of Commerce (@HCC_Nevada) is a nonprofit, professional organization committed to promoting and supporting member businesses.

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