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Reno: Growth and Opportunity in a Low-Tax Environment

September 2018 Retail Association of Nevada (RAN) Nevada News

Reno, Nevada calls itself the “Biggest Little City in the World.”  For many years, Reno was viewed as a blue-collar gambling town tucked into the base of the eastern Sierra Nevada mountains. Today many are discovering that Reno is one of the best-kept secrets in the western United States.

With a booming economy, low taxes, several of the highest ranked public schools in the state, a temperate four season climate, plentiful outdoor recreation opportunities, and a four hour drive from Silicon Valley, it’s no surprise that companies like Microsoft, Tesla, Apple and Amazon have expanded and relocated operations to the area.  To read entire article click here.

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