They are ‘the best around’ in 2012
We may be a little bit biased, but we just have to agree with many of the winning selections of the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2012 Best of Las Vegas poll. Congratulations to our friends, clients and faves!
- Triple George Grill – Best Place for a Power Lunch (Reader’s Pick)
This downtown hot spot in the Downtown3rd region has been selected as the place for your ‘power lunch’ needs for the fifth year! Congrats guys!
- The Springs Preserve – Best Non-hotel Architecture (Editor’s Pick)
We agree that this place is top-notch – not just for its architecture, but for its programming fit for all ages. Check out the current exhibit Space: A Journey to Our Future through May 13.
- Las Vegas Design Center – Best Furniture Store (Editor’s Pick)
It’s a top pick for designers worldwide and a great resource for consumers as well. In fact, check out their Design Center 101 series, a free and fun coffee tour that will show you the ropes in navigating the design center!
- Cox Communications – Best Internet Provider (Readers’ & Editor’s Pick)
The service keeps our office running, but Cox is much more than a cable and Internet provider – The organization, through its Cox Charities arm, recently donated $190,000 to local non-profits.
- Fashion Show mall – Best Mall (Readers’ Pick)
We, like many people, love us some retail therapy. Fashion Show satisfies our craving with its wide variety of first-rate retailers, fabulous eateries and instant runway shows. In fact, why not try your hand at the VIP in Vegas Shopping Sweepstakes? A little extra shopping fund never hurts.
- Fremont Street Experience Flightlinez – Best Amusement Ride (Editor’s Pick)
We’ve zipped down Flightlinez at Freemont Street a time or two – It’s the best way to scope out all of the activity happening at Fremont Street Experience – especially while the Viva Vision light show is at full blast!
- Dr. Kevin Petersen – Most Generous Las Vegan (Editor’s Pick)
Dr. Petersen started his No Insurance Surgery practice in 2006 to help make medically-necessary surgery more attainable for those without insurance– but he didn’t stop there. In 2011 he launched Helping Hands Surgical Care, which provides free surgery for those without the means to pay. Check out this event coming up in May to help make more of these surgeries possible!