Located in the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains, the breathtaking Reno, Sparks, Lake Tahoe area is not your average vacation destination. From the arts to the cultural splendor, from the casinos to its unprecedented natural surroundings, Reno is a city rich in both tradition and fresh entertainment.
Minutes from world-famous Lake Tahoe, the Reno-Sparks community is surrounded by natural beauty and provides near-limitless recreational opportunities. The Reno, Sparks, Lake Tahoe region has over 18 downhill and cross-country ski resorts, including Squaw Valley, site of the VIII Winter Olympic Games in 1960. Many of these resorts are just a short 45-minutes from downtown Reno, and when it’s not skis but golf clubs that are of interest, the area offers 40-plus golf courses.
The area also boasts 60 gaming locations, the National Bowling Stadium, the National Automobile Museum, Rancho San Rafael Park’s Arboretum and Wilbur D. May Great Basin Adventure, the historic boomtown of Virginia City, and world-class fishing, hiking, biking and numerous other outdoor activities. The quality of life in the region is tough to beat.
At 4500-5000 feet altitude, the Reno area offers four distinct seasons with average temperature ranges in the winter from the 20’s to summer highs in the 90’s. Low humidity makes the cool days seem not so cold and the warm days not so hot. Rain is scarce, snow is certain; the sun shines 300+ days a year.
Consider the advantages of doing business in Reno, Sparks and Lake Tahoe: Nevada tax benefits (no corporate, personal income, unitary, inventory, or franchise tax), accessibility to western markets, transportation hub, abundance of available industrial/office/commercial space, advanced telecommunications infrastructure, business-friendly regulations, and high quality of life!