The Nevada Commission on Tourism brought its first tour group to Reno and Lake Tahoe under a new U.S.-China agreement that swings open the door to lucrative leisure group travel, Lt. Gov. Brian K. Krolicki, chair of the Nevada Commission on Tourism, announced Tuesday. Later this week, the Chinese travelers will visit West Wendover and Las Vegas.
Nevada’s annual Governor’s Conference on Tourism celebrates its 25th anniversary Dec. 8-9 with a spectacular lineup of speakers at the newly renovated and expanded Peppermill Resort Casino, Lt. Gov. Brian K. Krolicki announced today. A special presentation will be made to Nevada’s 25th governor, Sen. Richard Bryan, who was instrumental in starting the Nevada Commission on Tourism.
As the Land Rover G4 Challenge Nevada Passage hits the airwaves nationwide this month, television audiences will have the opportunity to experience the adventure competition from the point of view of 20 elite athletes as they explore the lost city of St. Thomas in Lake Mead, run through beautiful Cathedral Gorge and compete in a winching competition at the Nellis Dunes. “The Nevada Passage,” which is now in its fourth year, highlights the state of Nevada and allows viewers to witness the abundance of outdoor adventure activities in the Silver State, Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki announced today.
Nevada Magazine, a division of the Nevada Commission on Tourism, has hired a new publisher, tourism Director Tim Maland announced today.
The Nevada Commission on Tourism awarded more than $1 million in grants Monday that will help rural communities all across Nevada to market and promote events and attractions that draw visitors.
The largest delegation of Chinese journalists and tourism professionals ever to attend the International Pow Wow tourism conference, held this year in Las Vegas, will explore Nevada beyond the famous Strip in pre- and post-conference tours, Lt. Gov. Brian K. Krolicki announced today.
Land Rover G4 Challenge Nevada Passage Adventure Competition - FINALE Lyons and Lieb win U.S. Select
Just twenty miles north of the bright lights and lavish casinos in Las Vegas, Lisa Lieb (Durango, CO) and her partner Tom Lyons (Reno, NV) won it big – taking top honors at the 2008 Land Rover G4 Challenge Nevada Passage which wrapped up four days and 1,000 miles of adventure competition at the sandy Nellis Dunes this afternoon.
Nineteen tourism-related projects throughout Nevada that are funded by a joint grant program of the Nevada Commission on Tourism and the Nevada Commission on Economic Development were approved, Lt. Gov. Brian K. Krolicki announced today.
Land Rover North America and the Nevada Commission on Tourism have selected 20 amateur athletes from around the country to compete in the Land Rover G4 Challenge Nevada Passage. The adventure competition, May 5 – 9, will serve as the national selection event for Land Rover’s Global G4 challenge. The competition will travel through the south eastern part of the state, kicking-off and ending in Las Vegas.
Just in time for the start of the spring-summer rafting and kayaking season, Carson City is posting new informational signs on the Carson River this week to advise boaters about whitewater rapids and other challenges.