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New BBB accredited businesses

New BBB Accredited Businesses with the Better Business Bureau serving Northern Nevada and the Lake Tahoe Basin include: A & A Equipment, Inc. of Elko; Ace Heating & Air Conditioning of Fernley; ahhNatural, LLC of Truckee; All Bright Services, LLC of Carson City; Big Pines Mountain House of Tahoe of South Lake Tahoe; Emerald City Cafe of Reno; Empire Waste Systems of Incline Village; Fireside Lodge of South Lake Tahoe; Happy Heating and Air Conditioning, LLC of Sparks; Hoffman Plumbing, Inc. of Homewood; Holy Family Home Care of Sparks; In Your Face Signs & Tees of South Lake Tahoe; Industrial Logistics Services, Inc. of Carson City; Lake of the Sky Outfitters of South Lake Tahoe; Mobility Sales, LLC of Carson City; Priism Enterprises of Sparks; The See Center of Carson City and White Pine Storage of Ely.

McKinney joins Coldwell Banker Select Real Estate

Coldwell Banker Select Real Estate welcomes Lee McKinney to their Minden branch.

McKinney will be working at the Coldwell Banker Select Real Estate office on 1657 Highway 395. For more visit lee.mckinney.cbselectre.com.

Larrimore promoted at NRHA

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Nicole Larrimore has been named as the new mortgage and marketing coordinator for the Nevada Rural Housing Authority.

The position provides information about the NRHA’s housing assistance programs to mortgage lenders, banks, Realtors, brokers, insurance companies and home buyers.

Larrimore has been with NRHA for more than two years and most recently served as the NRHA’s home-at-last program compliance specialist. Her education is in business administration and media communication with experience in accounting and outreach programs.

To schedule an appointment contact 775-887-1797.

Retail expert to speak in Carson Valley on Sept. 13

Author, speaker and small business expert Barbara Wold will present two seminars at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Sept. 13 at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden. The sessions will focus on “How to Profit from Wal-Mart’s Arrival.”

The seminars are sponsored by the Douglas County Economic Vitality Program, City National Bank, Main Street Gardnerville and the Business Council of Douglas County.

Cost is $15 per person for members of the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce and $20 for non-members. For reservations contact 775-782-8144 or go to http://www.carsonvalleynv.org.

Trivent wins defense work

Trivent Engineering of Carson City won a contract worth $82,049 to manufacture gearshaft spurs for the Defense Logistics Agency.

– Northern Nevada Business Weekly

BBP wins contract

BBP Global Development of Carson City won a contract worth $34,610 to provide helical compression springs to the Defense Logistics Agency.

– Northern Nevada Business Weekly