Promoting Carson and the capital city's businesses

Carson City Area Chamber of Commerce

With more than 1,000 members, the Chamber of Commerce serves as the initial contact for numerous business and residential prospects interested in moving to the Carson City area. Factual data, community information, census and demographic material, relocation packets, maps and visitors guides are just some of the information available from the Chamber's Information Center.

Executive Vice President Larry Osborne

1900 S. Carson St.

Carson City, NV 89701


Web site:



Chairman Jeffrey Smeath


First Vice Chair Renate "Ronni" Hannaman

Best Foot Forward

Second Vice Chairman Robert Crowell

Crowell, Susich, Owen & Tackes, Ltd.

Secretary Joe Lushina

Edward Jones

Immediate Past Chairman Randall Long

Lumos & Associates, Inc.


Betty Brogan, State Agent Transfer Syndicate, Inc.

Rick Chambers, Heritage Bank

John DiMambro, Nevada Appeal

Steve Forester, Casino Fandango

Stephen Lincoln, CarsonCityHomes.Com

Mary Pierczynski, Carson City School District

Pam Robinson, Colonial Bank Mortgage

David Rund, Taiyo America

Christina Slade, Nevada Job Connect

Kevin Stansbury, Carson-Tahoe Hospital

Carson City Convention and Visitors Bureau

The Convention and Visitors Bureau is your connection for information about special events, tourist attractions, historical sites, lodging and gaming. Friends and relatives visiting Carson City should stop in at the visitors bureau for information about sightseeing and special events. You can also visit the Web site or have the visitors bureau send a visitors' packet ahead of time to help with planning a visit.

Executive Director Candy Duncan

1900 S. Carson St., Ste. 200

Carson City, NV 89701



Web site:

E-mail: use contact us link on Web site


Chairman Sean Sever

Representing the hotels and motels

Tom Metcalf

Representing general business

Dwight Millard

Representing the hotels and motels

Ronni Hannaman

Representing citizens at large

Mayor Marv Teixeira

Representing the Carson City Board of Supervisors


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