Monday, August 18, 2008

Las Vegas Business Event Combines Business Expo With Networking Mixer to Create a Mega Event Unlike Any Other

Chambers of Commerce and Businesses from Across Southern Nevada Join Together to Network Their Business into Success at Las Vegas' Largest Mixer IV, September 16

The 4th annual Las Vegas' Largest Mixer, a collaboration of local business organizations and professionals, will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 16, 2008 at the Plaza Hotel and Casino in Downtown Las Vegas. Entry is $15 per person with free parking available.

This "mega-networking" event will provide the opportunity for businesses and individuals to foster new relationships, build business leads and gain a better knowledge of the vast amount of business networking groups based in the Las Vegas area. More than a dozen area business organizations, including industry leaders as well as networking and business groups are participating sponsors.

Las Vegas' Largest Mixer IV is a unique event allowing hundreds of different industries and companies plus thousands of individuals to experience the ultimate in networking while helping spread the word on their products and services. The event is open to all businesspeople with the ultimate goals being to allow for growth, both individually and as an organization, and encourage membership in the business organizations represented.

Las Vegas' Largest Mixer is made possible by local business networkers Richard Femenella, Jimmy Foster, Joel Jarvis of The LINK and Los Angeles public relations consultant, Dave Linden.

"The power of networking is an unbelievable phenomenon that helps partnerships develop, businesses grow and individuals keep up-to-date with their industries, and most importantly, the people in their personal network," commented Jarvis. "It is an ever growing cycle of business and personal growth, renewing with every new contact and expanding with every new opportunity."

For this event, Femenella, Foster and Jarvis teamed up with Dave Linden, who originally created this concept in Southern California over ten years ago. Largest Mixers in Los Angeles, Orange County and Inland Empire have seen significant growth in the past decade, and the Las Vegas event has experienced that same success. The Mixer hosted over 1500 attendees in 2007.

For more information on the event, including a complete list of sponsors and exhibitors, please visit

No comments: