LV.Net 20th Anniversary and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony With Mayor Carolyn Goodman

Customer Appreciation Day Celebration

LV.Net, the largest Las Vegas-based High Speed Internet Service Provider, celebrates its 20th Anniversary Customer Appreciation Day on Thursday, October 29, from 3:30 to 8:30 p.m. The 4:00 p.m. ribbon-cutting with Mayor Carolyn Goodman and the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce will take place at LV.Net’s downtown Data Center 2 (DC2) located at 1221 Casino Center Blvd.

The Chamber will officially welcome LV.Net as a new member of its exclusive President’s Club. The featured ribbon cutting signifies one of four LV.Net local data centers that provide secure colocation, hosting, cloud computing and related high speed internet services for over two decades.

LV.Net will further educate our customers about our additional company services and plans for expansion for businesses and multiple dwelling units. LV.Net can help medium to large businesses save money through partnering with us for our robust redundant high-speed internet, network infrastructure, and colocation services.

LV.Net and the City of Las Vegas continue their partnership in Downtown with Free City Wi-Fi, which delivers free internet access for locals and visitors.
LV.Net’s footprint has expanded from Nevada to Southern California including Government Agencies and School Districts in rural areas (middle-of-nowhere locations) that cannot receive any other viable forms of internet service.
Event sponsors and suppliers include Lee’s Discount Liquor, Real Water, along with fine foods supplied by Ricardo’s Mexican Restaurant, Chef Lucky Thai and Rachel’s Kitchen. For more information about LV.Net or the celebration event, contact Mike Young at (702) 900-0000 or visit the website www.LV.Net.


Categories: Business Technology, Web 2.0, Internet

Tags: Customer Appreciation, Internet Service Provider, Las Vegas, Mayor Carolyn Goodman