With the assistance of the LVGEA, four companies will expand or relocate to the Las Vegas area and are projected to create 719 total jobs over the next five years. PRA Group, Virtual Guard, Xtreme Manufacturing and Tissue Life were approved for incentives today by the Board of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) on Sept. 19.
Business Relocations and Expansions
With the assistance of the LVGEA, five companies will expand or relocate to Southern Nevada, creating a projected 1,588 jobs over the next five years.
With the assistance of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA), three companies—Ryze Renewables, Scientific Games and eCig Distributors—will expand in Southern Nevada and are projected to create 237 total jobs over the next five years.
With the assistance of the LVGEA, three companies—Sunshine Minting, Inc.; Astound Group and Moen Incorporated—will expand in Southern Nevada and are projected to create more than 300 jobs over the next five years.
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“With the approval of these abatements, both companies will help bolster the emerging aviation industry in Boulder City,” said Morgan Bunker, Vice President of Community and Economic Development for the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance.
“As a location for production facility on the West coast, Southern Nevada is uniquely positioned. Tectonics will not only be able to take advantage of our region’s business friendly operating environment, but also our accessibility to other markets."
“Arroweye Solutions is among the dozens of logistics and manufacturing companies that have found Southern Nevada as an ideal place to make and distribute their products."
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