CALV expecting record crowd for May 2 mixer

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Commercial Alliance Las Vegas (CALV) leaders are expecting a record crowd for the group’s annual spring networking mixer for local real estate professionals set for Wednesday, May 2.

The mixer runs from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Cili Restaurant at the Bali Hai Golf Club, at 5160 Las Vegas Blvd. South. Last year’s mixer attracted more than 160 commercial and residential real estate professionals and others.

Event sponsors and partners include the local chapters of the Appraisal Institute (AI); BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association); CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member); CMG (Commercial Marketing Group); CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women); IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management); NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties); NBBA (Nevada Business Brokers Association); and SIOR (Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS®).

Admission is $25 for members of CALV and the Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS® (GLVAR), as well as for members of the other commercial real estate organizations supporting the event.

Admission is $35 for non-members. Contact CALV at (702) 784-5050 or visit www.CALV.org to register.

CALV President Christopher McGarey, CCIM and CPM®, said the annual mixer is “a great opportunity to network with some of the top real estate professionals in Southern Nevada. Our members know how to have a good time while working to unite the key players in our industry.”

About the Commercial Alliance Las Vegas The Commercial Alliance Las Vegas (CALV) is the commercial real estate division of the Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS®. It organizes and empowers the industry in Southern Nevada through education, networking, promoting professionalism and shaping public policy. Membership in CALV is open to REALTORS® and non-REALTORS® alike. For more information, visit www.calv.org.

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