This is a press release submitted to the Las Vegas Sun. It has not been verified or edited by the Sun.
North Las Vegas City Council Honors Business
Published on Wed, Jan 16, 2013 (9:49 a.m.)On Thursday January 17, 2013 at 9:00 AM, the North Las Vegas City Council will present Thoroughbred Management with a certificate recognizing their 15th anniversary. Councilmember Anita Wood will be here to present the certificate to the owners of the company, Kevin and Nancy Ruth.
The event is a surprise party planned by the staff of Thoroughbred Management and will include a catered breakfast which begins at 8:15 AM. The owners are under the impression that a staff “pot luck” party is being held to celebrate the presentation of the fantasy football championship trophy—which incidentally Kevin won.
Instead the staff of Thoroughbred, along with city officials, vendors and business partners will be here to congratulate the owners on 15 years of business.
With all of the negative HOA news in this state—it is especially encouraging to find that there truly are such stand up owners of a property management company that care so much about both the industry and the staff that works for them.
While “negative news” always sells….sometimes it’s nice for everyone to hear about the good guys that exist.
Following the presentation by Councilmember Wood, the staff of Thoroughbred will present the owners with a unique crystal thoroughbred horse head to commemorate the event.
We hope you will join us in covering this special occasion! We are located at 2555 W. Cheyenne Avenue in North Las Vegas.
If you have any questions, please contact Joe Spencer of Thoroughbred Management at 702-515-2042 or by cell at 619-838-0996.
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