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Come celebrate our 19th year with the Women's Chamber on July 23, 2021

Special Champaign Reception with all our Board Members

JUNE BELAND

BERENICE CHURCH

CASSONDRA COTTON

SUMMER WEBB

ANITA LARUY

DOLORES CAMPUZANO

PATRICIA LEE

RITA VASWANI

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT

CCSD BACK TO LIVE LEARNING

SBA BACKED LOANS

HUTCHISON & STEFFEN


Message from the.. Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer

Dear Readers & Members, The Women’s Chamber is proudly celebrating its 19-year anniversary with our members and major corporations who have continuously supported Nevada’s State Women’s Chamber since May 8, 2002. As the Founder, President and CEO, it has been a wonderful journey and has an amazing history since its inception. History of the chamber: A Women Owned Nevada State Chamber in its 157-year history. This Historical State Women’s Chamber was established May 8, 2002 by June L Beland, and owner of ABC Publishing© since 1977 to present. Please visit our website for events, information, and advertising at: www. womenschamberofnevada.org. Currently ABC Publishing© is updating its website with our New Intern who is busy creating a new look with many interesting options, information, and is also getting ready to introduce this new website on all social media platforms. History of our Women’s Chamber Diversity News©: News about the Chamber, Las Vegas and Nevada. There is a wide variety of local and state news, chamber membership, relocation and a visitors’ section. As the State Women’s Chamber of Nevada, we are Non-Partisan with no political affiliation or PAC fund on any side. Our members chose their own candidates not WCCNV. We support all women in business, local and state officials, women in all areas of ownership or careers. The chamber has its own Government Affair Council Director, Ms. Anita Laruy who has 30 years in the legal field and government. Anita holds Government Affairs meetings, while the Chamber offers Government Affairs Luncheons during election time. We also have a Diversity-Equity-Inclusion Committee which covers all aspects of diversity with our New Director of Inclusion (DEI) Jan-Ie Low, who will host our first live 2021 Diversity Luncheon on May 14, 2021 during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (May) with a panel of three top Asian Women in Las Vegas. As the CEO of WCCNV I continuously promote all Chambers of Commerce within the State of Nevada, work with all 45 state chambers in the US, and email all our publications to thousands of city chambers around the US as well. 2021 ∫ APRIL

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Message from Administrator Marie R. Scrofani

Hello Members, During these uncertain times we are consistently looking to help you with ways to promote yourself and your business. Each issue I will be highlighting a “NEW” option available to all chamber members through your member portal. In the next issue I want to suggest using your Chamber portal to utilize an option called “HOT DEALS.” This option helps businesses promote their products and services to other members. For your convenience here is the link to get started:

www.supportwiki.micronetonline.com/Working_with_Job_Postings/Hot_Deals/Member_to_Member_ Deals#Add_A_Hot_Deal If you feel you would rather walk through the process with me or have further questions about this topic, please reach out to me and I will be happy to help you! In the next issue I will share another option available to you within your member portal. Until then, stay safe and keep forging forward.

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3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 16 17 20 24 24 WCCNV Web: www.womenschamberofnevada.org Digital Distribution 1.7 mil readers throughout the USA, ISSUU Members and Communitybusinesses throughout Nevada, All State of Nevada Offices, All Nevada Chambers of Commerce, All U.S. State Chambers of Commerce, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce in D.C., Federal Offices within Washington, D.C. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in our published works are those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions of ABC Publishing DBA Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada© or its Editors. All rights reserved. No part of any ABC published work may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission from the publisher.

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Any Occasion Baskets LLC Felicia Parker

Our Story A dream was birthed in my heart in 2016 to offer a fresh twist on creating gift baskets and that is when Any Occasion Baskets was formed. Having the opportunity to create one of a kind gift baskets and to provide a unique gifting experience is what we are all about. Mission to Give I wanted the business to be more than just a business. I purposed in my heart to make it our mission to give back. Over the past couple years, Any Occasion Baskets has done just that. The opportunities to give back to our community have been a huge honor and privilege. Why Us? Any Occasion Baskets is a unique and fun way to experience gift giving. We exist to create an exceptional gifting experience through one of a kind gifts that create a wow factor. We strive to provide excellent service, timely delivery, and fair prices.  We also pursue opportunities in serving our community to glorify God. Featured Companies: We have the honor of being an approved vendor for KB Home Las Vegas, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services and Pinnacle Properties. We are excited to serve our community and build vendor relationships with companies throughout the valley. Contact | (702) 550-1622 | admin@aoblv.com | www.aoblv.com

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Women’s Chamber BeeKonnected Videos Webinar Replay: womenschambernevada.beekonnected.com/webinar-replay/ Overview Video: womenschambernevada.beekonnected.com/video/ Website: womenschambernevada.beekonnected.com/home-assoc/ Event: womenschambernevada.beekonnected.com/event/ BeeKonnected Videos: vimeo.com/user114412935 Tuesday Overview: beekonnected.com/introduction Spanish Video: vimeo.com/526369562 Webinar Platform Video: vimeo.com/501237237 BeeKonnected Join Today Video: vimeo.com/498665072 BeeTraveling Ad: vimeo.com/477671115 Main Marketing Video: vimeo.com/497054065 Struggling Entrepreneurs Ad: vimeo.com/471610017 Educational Series with Steve Gallegos: vimeo.com/511227886 Brenda/Beth Video: vimeo.com/511988200 Veterans Video: vimeo.com/510481680

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SEPTEMBER 24, 2021

ATHENA® CATEGORIES Women’s Leadership Nomination Young Professional Leadership Nomination Organization Leadership Nomination

ATHENA® International Award Nominations

JULY 15, 2021 to AUGUST 15, 2021

702.733.3955

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NEVADA Women’s Chamber Leaders Division and committee contact numbers Chamber Executive Director & Administrator: • Marie R. Scrofani, Board of Director since 2002 • Chamber Executive Administrator (702) 733-3955 Chamber President and CEO contact: June L. Beland • Founder, President and CEO of WCCNV – Chamber (702) 733-3955 • Chairman of the Board, WCCNV Legacy Foundation© • President & CEO of ABC Publishing for all chamber publications Chamber Publications (702) 733-3955: • Women in Power Business Magazine© (quarterly) Local/National/Int’l) print and digital • Chamber Monthly Business Journal© --- Member Only Newsletter (monthly) digital on ISSUU • WeeklyNewsBriefs©, digital (members and community) Local-State & National Chamber Advertising: • Chamber Monthly Business Journal© and Magazine: Administrator, Marie Scrofani adv@womenschamberofnevada.org (702) 733-3955 Office • All publications, Display & Web Advertising Representative--Retired Executive, Keven Fairchild (702) 343-7921 Chamber Membership: • Executive, Corporate and Presidential, Marie R Scrofani at (702) 733-3955 (2pm to 5pm M-F) • All levels, Representative--Retired Executive, Keven Fairchild (702) 343-7921 Chamber Stirling Club Elite Membership: • Interested in information on The Stirling Club Membership • Call Beth Mikolay, Director of Membership (847) 971-0870 • Kathleen Gustafson, VP Membership Sales (702) 274-5672 Chamber Ambassador: • Laura & Kevin Fairchild (702) 343-4837 or (702) 343-7921 • Ambassador Directors since 1995 Great Charity work Chamber Government Affairs Council: • Anita Laruy, Director (702) 275-9761 (2008 to present) • Barbara Henry, Vice President (702) 572-9072 (2009 to present) Chamber Educational Director: • Brenda Gayle Bryant, the gayle group (702) 308-5277 Chamber “Entertainment & Media” Division: • Amie Jo Greer, Director (702) 807-1864 • June L. Beland, Founder Chamber “The Entrepreneur Club” Division Chamber (702) 733-3955: • Brenda Gayle Bryant, New President (2020) – (702) 308-5277, brenda@thegaylegroup.com • Barbara Henry, Vice President (Since 2013) (702) 572-9072

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Women’s Networking Juggling Priorities & Time During A Pandemic Nela Richardson Chief Economist

The pandemic has changed the way we work and manage our lives. Join us to learn about proven tips and tools to help you organize and energize your priorities and projects. We will provide actionable steps to improve your focus and manage your time to feel more confident and in-control. Nela Richardson joined ADP as Chief Economist in November of 2020. Nela is the co-head of the ADP Research Institute and leads economic research for ADP. Previously she was Principal and Investment Strategist at Edward Jones, a financial services firm. In that role, Nela analyzed and interpreted economic trends and financial market conditions and recommended investment strategies. Nela is also the former chief economist at Redfin Corp., a national real estate brokerage and technology company, where she led a team of data scientists, economists and writers to track trends in the housing market. Nela also served as a senior economist for Bloomberg, L.P., covering housing and financial markets, and has held research positions at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies and Freddie Mac. She also worked as an adjunct finance professor at the Carey School of Business at John Hopkins University.

"The pandemic has changed the way we work" REGISTER HERE

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An SBA-backed loan that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the COVID-19 crisis. Paycheck Protection Program An SBA-backed loan that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the COVID-19 crisis. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on payroll. Borrowers may be eligible for PPP loan forgiveness. SBA is currently offering PPP loans until May 31, 2021. President Biden announced program changes to make access to PPP loans more equitable. 1. Find a lender: Get matched with a lender Search for lenders in your area 2. Identify a loan: First Draw PPP loans: If you have not received a PPP loan

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before, First Draw PPP loans are available to you. Second Draw PPP loans: If you have previously received a PPP loan, certain businesses are eligible for a Second Draw PPP loan. Contact the SBA We appreciate your interest in the SBA. Find ways to contact us by phone and email along with other avenues to guiding you through our services. Content Disaster assistance General inquiries Headquarters Local assistance Web support

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Celebrating our 19th Anniversary as the Women’s State Chamber of Commerce

History: The Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada® is a Women’s State Trade Organization 501(c) (6). We are the 1st Women’s State Chamber in Nevada year History. In 2017 we have established the WCCNV Legacy Foundation® “At Risk” High School Students, scholarships name “Achieving Your Dreams through Education”. We also established the Young Professional Society, The Entrepreneur Club and Women and Men in Entertainment & Media. The Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada® is headquartered in Las Vegas at the Financial Center (S. Rancho & W. Sahara) 2300 W. Sahara Ave, Suite 800, Las Vegas, NV 89102 (702) 733-3955 – Fax (702) 926-9270, Website: womenschamberofnevada.org The Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada® was established May 8, 2002 and today it promotes the interests of more than 500+ members, reaching out to 37,600 Women entrepreneurs, 9,700 women in executive/management positions and all women residents who make up 57% of the Nevada population and 90% of the buying power in Nevada. Since 2002, our mission has been to empower, develop, and promote a diverse population of women in the State of Nevada. In addition, we are helping small businesses to adjust to economic challenges, political climate, philanthropy, diversity and entrepreneurial workshops. For more information on the Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada® call (702) 733-3955 or email: wccnv2@womenschamberofnevada.org The Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada® dba WCCNV® formed as a State Women’s Chamber to give women the power they needed to accomplish issues concerning women from Las Vegas to the State Capital and all the way to the White House. WCCNV is not a part of any other chamber; WCCNV is the State Chamber of Commerce for Women in Nevada.


BACK TO LIVE LEARNING COVID19 Education Response Overview Governor Steve Sisolak’s easing of restrictions last week has provided an expedited route to reopen our schools and that is how CCSD is proceeding. District staff have been busy working to figure out what the change in restrictions means for our students, to include a date for each grade level to return to schools, along with logistics such as bus routing, food service, COVID-19 testing, and contact tracing. CCSD opening timeline • March 1 – All Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 3 students return to face-to-face instruction under the hybrid instructional model • March 22 – Grades 6, 9, and 12 can return to faceto-face instruction under the hybrid instructional model • April 6 – Grades 7, 8, 10 and 11 can return to face-toface instruction under the hybrid instructional model • April 6 – Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5 will return to five days a week for face-to-face instruction CCSD will continue to offer a full-time distance education option to our families who feel more comfortable keeping their children at home.

Athletics & Extracurricular Activities The District is also working to allow students to participate in athletics and extracurricular activities. Spring Sports • Practices to begin April 3, 2021 • Competition to begin April 16, 2021 • The following sports: boys and girls track, boys and girls swimming, boys and girls diving, baseball, softball, boys golf and boys’ volleyball Intramural Fall sports • April 5 – May 1, 2021 Football • Full-contact competition • 20 days of practice culminating in a one-hour intrasquad competition • Football Intramural window is earlier to allow for the yearly helmets and pads to be reconditioned in time for the regular 2021-22 fall season May 3 – 22, 2021 • Sports include: boys and girls’ tennis, boys’ and girls’ soccer, boys and girls cross country and girls’ volleyball • Staggered to avoid forcing students to choose a single sport • These intramural/intrasquad sports will have a 20-day practice/competition window • No spectators will be allowed at any CCSD athletics events • School athletics will follow all guidelines from CCSD, the state, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA) • All coaches and adults associated with the team will have to have a negative test before activities begin Performing Arts • Students will be able to engage in live learning and traditional rehearsals • Safety protocols will be implemented to ensure the safest possible return to face-to-face instruction

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BACK TO LIVE LEARNING • •

Similar to athletics, students will be permitted to engage in outside of class activities and rehearsals like, marching band, drill team and theater To ensure continued safety of our community, performing arts classes will have the option of engaging in streamed concerts for the immediate future

Reopening schools, bringing back staff and students, and continuing a distance education model requires a lot of logistics and consideration. The District asks for the community’s patience as CCSD works to bring back all students and staff to face-to-face instruction safely. As additional information becomes available, details will be shared with parents via ParentLink, and with all CCSD staff by email. Updated information will also be available online at reconnect.ccsd.net.

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NEVADA Health News CORONAVIRUS: Nevada's positivity rate drops to 4.9%, 10 new death. Here is the latest news about the coronavirus pandemic in Clark County and around the state of Nevada COVID-19 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Vaccines that don’t require needles in the works

• New needle-free COVID-19 vaccines may be available later this year, or early next year, according to a World Health Organization scientist. • The vaccines can be stored at room temperature and can be administered orally, nasally, and through skin patches.

• Bloomberg reported that only 122 countries out of 195 countries have started inoculating their citizens as vaccine makers struggle to fulfill orders. nypost. com/2021/03/16/needle-free-covid-19-vaccines-inthe-works-who-scientist/

Locations vary (702) 733-3955

NMF dates 2021

Held: Quarterly (4th Thursday of the month) Location: Varied Time: 9am-10:30am Co-Host: Laura Fairchild Outline to follow January 28, 2021 April 22, 2021 July 22, 2021 October 28, 2021 16

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I wanted to pass along this video that captures some of my thoughts and observations—as well as my colleagues’—about the 25th Anniversary of Hutchison & Steffen. John Steffen and I started the law firm 25 years ago this month. The Firm has grown to nearly 50 attorneys and over 100 employees who strive every day for professional excellence and integrity on behalf of the clients we are so fortunate and honored to represent. We have been richly blessed, and in turn we have tried hard to be positive forces for good in building strong families and strengthening our communities. I hope you enjoy the video! Mark Click to see the video

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HUTCHLEGAL.COM Actual resolution of legal issues depends upon many factors, including variations of fact and state laws. This email is not intended to provide legal advice on specific subjects. Nothing herein should be construed to create or offer the existence of any attorney-client relationship. Copyright © 2021 Hutchison & Steffen. All rights reserved. Las Vegas Peccole Professional Park 10080 West Alta Drive, Suite 200 Las Vegas, NV 89145 702.385.2500

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Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada ® cordially invites you to our

U P CO M I N G E V E N T S 1/22/21

19th Annual Legislative Luncheon Keynote Speaker: Anita Laruy, Director of the Government Affairs Council Opening remarks on 2020 Presidential Election and Legislative updates

3/26/21

15th Annual Nevada Women's Hall of Fame During Women's History Month Pioneer Award Recipient: To be named and New 2021 Inductees

5/14/21

Celebrating and Connecting with our AAPI Community Leaders & Entrepreneurs Three amazing AAPI entrepreneurs to celebrate and share their experience

7/23/21

Celebrating the Women's Chamber 19th Anniversary at the 8th Annual ATHENA Women's Leadership Day Luncheon Bringing top Leaders in our community with Aspiring Leaders Professional Women's Mini Expo, Top Las Nevada Women Speakers, book authors and much more.

9/24/21

18th Annual ATHENA International GALA Minority Lifetime Achievement Award ATHENA International Leadership Award Young Professional Leadership Award Nonprofit Leadership Award w w w.w o m e n s c h a m b e r o f n e v a d a . o r g


CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE Listing for Nevada State Chamber of Commerce of Nevada

Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada (702) 733-3955 (Nevada Headquarters is in Las Vegas)

City Chambers-- Southern Nevada

Boulder City Chamber of Commerce (702) 293-2034 Henderson Chamber of Commerce (702) 565-8951 Laughlin Chamber of Commerce (775) 298-2214 Mesquite Area Chamber of Commerce (702) 346-2902 Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce (775) 727-5800 Vegas Chamber of Commerce (702) 641-5822

Minority Chambers-- Las Vegas

Asian Chamber of Commerce (702) 737-4300 Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Northern Nevada (775) 786-4100 Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Nevada (702) 428-0555 Las Vegas India Chamber of Commerce (702) 501-5088 Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce (702) 385-7367 Urban Chamber of Commerce (702) 648-6222 Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada (702) 733-3955

Northern Nevada Chambers of Commerce

RENO & Sparks (Reno-Sparks) (775) 636-9550 City & Rural Chambers-Northern Armargosa Valley Chamber of Commerce (775) 372-1515 Austin Chamber of Commerce (775) 964-2200 Battle Mountain Chamber of Commerce (775) 635-8245 Beatty Chamber of Commerce (775) 533-2424 Carson City Chamber of Commerce (775) 882-1565 Crystal Bay-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce (775) 246-7909 Death Valley Chamber of Commerce (760) 852-4524 Elko Chamber of Commerce (775) 738-7135 Ely-White Pine Chamber of Commerce (775) 289-8877 Fallon Chamber of Commerce (775) 423-2544 Fernley Chamber of Commerce (775) 575-4459 Goldfield Chamber of Commerce (775) 485-3560 Greater Fallon Chamber of Commerce (775) 423-2544 Greater Smokey Valley Chamber of Commerce (775) 377-1100 Mineral County Chamber of Commerce (775) 945-2507 Overton-Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce (702) 398-7160 Lovelock-Pershing County Chamber of Commerce (775) 273-7213 North, Incline Village-Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce (530) 581-6900 Pioche Chamber of Commerce (775) 962-5544 Silver Springs Chamber of Commerce (775) 577-4399 Stateline, Tahoe Chamber of Commerce (775) 588-1728 Wendover Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism (775) 664-3414 Winnemucca Chamber of Commerce (775) 623-2225 20

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Jan-Ie Low Moderator

Celebrating and Connecting with our AAPI Community Leaders & Entrepreneurs Three amazing AAPI entrepreneurs to celebrate and share their experience

2021 Director of Diversity & Inclusion Council Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada Owner of Golden Catalyst and Satay Thai Bistro & Bar

Ulynna Chung Owner of Chung Insurance Agency

Melissa Hawkins Owner of Massage Envy

Puoy Premsrirut Attorney & Owner of Brown Brown & Premsrirut

A Nevada Women’s Chamber of Commerce Event

11:30 – 1pm (Masks are required upon arrival) NO WALK-INS Lawry’s The Prime Rib, the Great Room 4043 Howard Hughes Pkwy Las vegas, NV 89169

Member seats $45 Nonmember seat $50

RSVP go to our website www.womenschamberofnevada.org Questions call the Women’s Chamber 9am to 2pm M-F 702.733.3955


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The Eighteenth Annual A T H E N A AWA R D S ®

Host Organization: Women's Chamber of Commerce of Nevada ® Fundraiser for WCCNV Legacy Foundation (Scholarships for "At Risk" Female Students & Women) Scholarship Name: "Achieving Your Dreams through Education"

18 TH ANNUAL ATHENA INTERNATIONAL ®

Leadership Award

ATHENA INTERNATIONAL ®

Young Professional Award

ATHENA INTERNATIONAL ®

Organizational Award SPECIAL AWARDS

Minority Lifetime Achievement Award

Legacy Foundation Scholarship Silent Auction

For our "At Risk" Female High School Students "Achieving Your Dreams Through Education"

September 24, 2021 TO BE A SPONSOR OR ADVERTISER Email: ATHENA@womenschamberofnevada.org or call WCCNV 702.733.3955

Venue TBD

18th Annual ATHENA International Award Luncheon Theme "Achieving your dreams through Education

VIP Champagne Reception Sponsored by Legacy Foundation Board of Directors


Inductees

WOMEN'S HALL OF FAME

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WOMEN IN POWER

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Monthly Digital Publication WCCNV Chamber Diversity News (Digital only) Supporting members events, workshops, meetings Next issue May 1, 2021 Self-life 30 days Stimulus Advertising Pricing Open to member only Prime covers 4-17-21 Regular ads 4-24-21 For rates: adv@womenschamberofnevada.org

Bi-Monthly Digital Publication Chamber Bi-Monthly Business Journal® (Digital Only) Member & Consumer Publication Next Issue Special Chamber Anniversary Issue 2021 Self-life 60 days Advertising: PRIME POSITION 4-17-21 Reg Position 4-19-21 Advertising Contacts: Marie Scrofani, 702.682.9200 or Kevin Fairchild 702.343.7921 Email: adv@womenschamberofnevada.org

Quarterly Printed Publication WIPBM Quarterly July/Aug/Sept 2021 Digital & Print – Nevada & National Publication Cover: National Influential Women Inside: Top Ten Nevada Influential Women Advertising: Deadline Prime Position 6-11-21 Advertising: Deadline Regular ads 6-18-21 Advertising Contacts: Marie Scrofani, 702.682.9200 or Kevin Fairchild 702.343.7921 Email: adv@womenschamberofnevada.org


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