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NNDA movin’ into Downtown Carson City…

NNDA
No. NV Dev’t Authority
New Headquarters at the top of the sidewalk steps

Northern Nevada Development Authority (NNDA) today announced that its offices have been relocated to 308 North Curry Street, Suite 101, Carson City, NV 89703. The organization’s main phone number remains 775.883.4413. They’re directly across from the Cigar Bar.

Moving to 308 N. Curry St. is related to the recently established NNDA partnership with the Adams Hub of Northern Nevada and the Carson City Library to support existing companies in the region with growth and expansion. Together, they are curating the resources companies require to achieve their business objectives and financial goals. The intent is to help keep existing businesses operational by leveraging NNDA’s economic development tools, the Hub’s programs, and the Library’s resources to assist resident companies and future projects.

Sean Hilterbrandt, who joined NNDA earlier this year, is the Business Support Specialist dedicated to Carson City, Douglas County, Storey County, and the northern half of Lyon County. He brings over 15 years of experience in customer service, logistics, and warehousing management. Sean has proven success in managing multiple projects and priorities.

According to Robert “Rob” Hooper, NNDA President and CEO, “The partnership with the Adams Hub aligns with our mission and the mission of its parent, The Hop and Mae Adams Foundation, to support economic development in Carson City, the business core of Nevada’s Sierra Region. While the Foundation is focused on Carson City, there is an understanding that also supporting the growth of our region’s economic ecosystem helps to further strengthen Carson City.” He continued, “Economic growth is not about more traffic or higher housing prices. It is about higher wages and median incomes. Raising families up is how we measure success.”

More detailed information about NNDA’s Business Support program and resources, including the partnership with the Adams Hub and Carson City Library, will be released early next year once the program development is complete.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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