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Even before Tesla picked Reno as the location for their battery giga-plant, Northern Nevada was already a rising star. With a 20-year decline in gambling and tourism, coupled with a hard economic downturn, the area’s leaders began to focus on “high-tech manufacturing, transportation and e-commerce.” Northern Nevada successfully rebranded itself as an educated market, a gateway to California, tech savvy, a logistics hub and business friendly.

Their vision was clear, and they are succeeding. To read more, click here.








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