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Saving The Other City Center, Commercial Center Las Vegas

This is a great story about our efforts at Commercial Center. The only person who seems outspoken is Ron Mcmenemy who suggests that the association are amatuers, when in fact together we have over 100 years of business experience and are prominent business owners and citizens within the community. Enjoy the Article.

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PRESS RELEASE THE DISTRICT AT COMMERCIAL CENTER NAME REINVENTS I

 

THE COMMERCIAL CENTER DISTRICT

PRESS RELEASE

 

 

 

FOR IMMEIDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                    CONTACT:

Paula Sadler

The Commercial Center District

953 E Sahara Ave E-11A

Las Vegas, Nevada 89104

paula@commercialcenterdistrict.com

 

 Tel: 702-737-3478 Fax 702-792-7519

 

 

                                                                                                                                               

                                                                                                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT’S IN A NAME? EVERYTHING. DO YOU WANT TO FIND OUT WHERE LAS VEGAS HAS BEEN HIDING A GREAT TREASURE TROVE OF DIVERSITIES?                                   

 

Commercial Center - recently known as The District at Commercial Center SINCE 2007 – has reinvented itself yet again! NOW…WELCOME

 

THE COMMERCIAL CENTER DISTRICT “WORLD VILLAGE”. EXPERIENCE OVER 150 OF LAS VEAGS’S MOST DIVERSE OFFERINGS JUST 3 MINTUES FROM THE STRIP. IT’S SO MUCH MORE THAN JUST A DAZZLING GEM OF DINING AND SHOPPING. IT’S A PLACE WHERE THERE IS REAL COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS OWNERS WHO CARE AND CONTINUE TO RENOVATE THE HISTORIC COMMERCIAL CENTER TO THE TUNE OF PAPER MILLIONS!

 

MIDTOWN, LAS VEGAS NEVADA—APRIL 24TH-25TH—THE COMMERCIAL CENTER DISTRICT IN MIDTOWN, LAS VEGAS WILL HOLD A FUNDRAISER TO SUPPORT WOMEN AND MINORITY BUSINESS ENTREPRENUERS DURING ITS 2ND ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE BLOCK PARTY APRIL 24-25, 2009 FROM 12pm-7pm

 

 

A name is more than just a moniker, nor simply a word to identify something.  It can also bring an entity to life.  Conjure up an array of thoughts, images, emotions, excitement and desire. 

All successful entities remain so because they keep reinventing themselves.  Las Vegas has done this more than any other city in the country.  And the historic Commercial Center is continuing this trend.

 

Commercial Center was established in 1960.  No other Shopping center in Las Vegas has lasted nearly so long!  Rich in heritage Clark County & Las Vegas is fortunate to have a local treasure so relevant to our past, present and future. 

The Commercial Center offers a wonderful mix of diverse cultural businesses.  There are over 150 independent restaurants, shops, stores and establishments representing at least 15 countries & numerous diversities. Women and ethnic minorities help comprise a diverse, eclectic shopping center experience

 

Unlike many historic eastern cities, the short 100 year history of Las Vegas has few landmarks approaching the half century mark.

 

According to Las Vegas Citylife magazine “Commercial Center is one of the city’s most quirky, vibrant treasures.” (January 2009). 

 

Business is booming thank is part to the new business association lead by Paula Sadler, owner of A Harmony Nail Spa.  She has spearheaded numerous revitalizing projects over the past two years that have greatly improved the area.

 

So to kick off the Season Commercial Center Business Association is sponsoring a spring extravaganza, & community fundraiser to improve the area.  The Open House will feature a raffle, refreshments, music and more. Free prizes to the first 100 to arrive at the visitors center E-11A on Friday & Saturday April 24th-25th 12pm to 7pm. This will be a celebration of life.  Experience what everyone is raving about. New Website www.commercialcenterdistrict.com  and new blog site coming soon www.thedistrictatcc.com/blog

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Community Art Project

Artist Howard Freeman of wallustrations.com is hired by Commercial Center Business Association non-profit to paint a series of murals at The Historic Commercial Center District in Las Vegas. In an effort to discourage graffiti, create community pride, and bring color to a vast 1000 space shopping center public parking lot. This project has been highly successful since 2007 and a series of beautiful murals have already been finished including seagulls, flowers, Chinese goldfish, and a world peace sign, all on utility boxes and in places that were once targeted by taggers. To make a donation to this project please go to paypal.com and use email paula@aharmonynailspa.com. Call 702-791-2368

Contact Howard Freeman at www.wallustrations.com  or www.freemanartist.com

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Commercial Center Spring Fundraiser & Safety Visibility Project

Commercial Center Business Association is a partner with Clark County, Nevada DOT, Public Works, Clark County Fire and Police Department in our 2010 Safety & Visibility Project. We are creating easy to read suite and building numbers on curbs throughout to assist with pedestrian traffic flow, customer, and safety vehicles find their destinations more easily. Commercial Center’s featured artist Howard Freeman of Wallustrations is creating safety with large block letters easy to read and making it art by adding a small mural on each curb. We hope this project will inspire others throughout the City who need more visibility in their areas. Also at this time we are repairing light pole bases, and updating all traffic markings throughout the parking lot. Your help is needed in this community effort. We are accepting donations at any amount. CCBA has been serving Commercial Center since 2007 and has reinvested back into the community over $150,000 in improvements and Millions in perceived and actual value


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Commercial Center Interview with Randy Swallow CCTV

Interview by Randy Swallow CCTV Channel 4 Las Vegas. February 2010. What a great interview. Features Paula Sadler President of CCBA and also Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani District E.

What a great interview to show how people working together can make a difference, following the incredible vision of Paula Sadler.

Commercial Center a Historic Shopping Center off the Strip. A world famous legend since 1960. Thank you Randy and CCTV

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Commercial Center Community Alert

Commercial Center Community Alert

URGENT NOTICE TO ALL BUSINESS OWNERS

To: 953 Sahara, 900 Karen, 967, 957 Sahara, LVAC, 7-Eleven,  2595 Maryland Pkwy Albertsons Plaza, Chevron,

Design Concept Furniture, Bank Of America, Mcdonalds.

Commercial Center Business & Property owners this bulletin is to inform you of several important events that have affected business as a whole, and have possibly caused millions of dollars of revenue loss at the Commercial Center in the past few months.  Immediate action is needed on your part instructions to follow.

As president of Commercial Center Business Association part of my job is to constantly monitor our public image, and make sure we as a whole are portrayed in a positive light. I have achieved this now for nearly 2 ½ years with a series of press releases, website, billboards ads, flyers and a successful marketing plan.  People say it’s the best the shopping center has looked for years, this is due to the fact the Association paid for cleaning, painting, security guards and group advertisement, costing over $120,000 in two years all money donated from business owners, just like you. For nearly a decade prior to 2007 the public image had become tarnished for various reasons, increase of graffiti, crime, trash, gang activity, homeless, prostitution on the street, to name just a few. If you would like to see the shocking before photos come to the office.  A 100% decrease in assistance from Clark County and several property owners also caused many business failures and a decrease in new businesses opening.

Please be informed of the following and the severe impact of these activities

2003 Redevelopment agency created with powers of Eminent Domain (powers to close commercial center and take its land to give to developers, forcing all out of business without proper compensation) Commercial Center is main target in study stating the shopping center is nuisance to community when in fact at the time over 150 reputable business were operating and only a few were targets for Bad press and questionable activities.

2003-2009 Clark County Redevelopment collects over 11 million per year in taxes to buy up commercial center property and force many out of business, that means you, yet in 2007 Commissioner Chris G. States Clark County is broke and cannot afford to buy Center even one new stop sign. 

2008 Redevelopment agency gains deed of parking lot, and cancels trash pickups, street sweeping, removes A frame signs and states they are cheaper than the county and spending money at commercial center is a waste of taxpayers’ money

2007 Commercial Center makes requests to fill pot holes, replace lights, stripe parking lot, and replace old signs. 2008 County Nearly 2 years later fills a few requests

2009 January 28 Las Vegas Sun Reports Clark County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani Makes request to Close Redevelopment Agency, and disperse its 35 million in holdings to the State, yet again shorting the business owners at Commercial Center

2009 January City life magazine publishes article cover story “Commercial Center is One of Las Vegas’ Most quirky Vibrant Treasures. Paula Sadler requests story July 2008. Best press in twenty years to date!

Feb 2- 2009 Review Journal Columnist John Smith States Commercial Center is Sleazy (meaning all 150 business owners) it’s not fair all businesses should be judged as Sleazy because a few businesses are considered inappropriate to others. This statement is gossip and a gross misrepresentation of the entire plaza. Quote from article”  Last June, sex club operator David Cooper ran into a county steamroller after he failed to appropriately prepare his "restaurant" called Sextasy in the sleazy Commercial Center. The county shut him down.”

Please Call Review Journal Editor to complain about being called Sleazy unless you think its okay! 

  Editor Thomas Mitchell tmitchell@reviewjournal.com  Phone: (702) 383-0261

Columnist John Smith smith@reviewjournal.com             Phone: (702) 383-0295

Ask them for a retraction and tell them you don’t appreciate being called sleazy, but if you think your business is sleazy you can thank them, I don’t think you will, they must get letters and calls to fix this I have a form letter you can use to sign and send in. How will you get new customers if the review journal says you are sleazy?

Call Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani and demand to removed from a blight status and public notice made that states Commercial Center Business Association and Business Owners have revitalized the commercial Center. And tell them you are not for Eminent Domain and that the redevelopment agency was a do nothing agency that only siphoned off valuable tax dollars and achieved nothing, and while so doing, did not help the current situation in fact made it worse through neglect.  Your letters are needed so that in the future if redevelopment should get going you are paid fairly and fully for relocation regardless of you lease or other conditions. If you read the 100 plus page Study the relocation guide is shortchanging all business owners.

Chris G. Contact Info: Home Tel: 702-366-1663     Office: 702-455-3500

Request a refund of the special assessment made to Business Owners in 2003 for poor work done in the parking lot, which is supposed to be fully paid for by the County, and moreover at that time the economy was strong and tax revenues were at an all time high, which could have easily paid for the improvements.

On The positive Side We have adopted the new name, yet another reinvention we are no longer using The District At Commercial Center in an Agreement with The District At Green Valley Ranch as of October 2008, it will take several more months to finish the conversion, changing listings etc.

The Commercial Center District “World Village” Press Release to follow 702-737-3478

www.commercialcenterdistrict.com Updated website to follow

New Blog Site www.thedistrictatcc.com coming soon

We are holding an open house In April, if you would like to donate gift certificates these will be used to raffle and raise money, please contact the office 702-791-2368

We are receiving a second year in a Row Grant from Nevada State Bank, please contact Vice President Jay Hiner Community Development to Thank Him, and inquire about New accounts for your business they are receptive to growth at Commercial Center. Please mention CCBA Jay Hiner Office:

Commercial Center Historic Society is created to preserve the Heritage of Commercial Center and its Legacy. Non-profit status in process.

If you are not yet a member of CCBA your help is needed. We are the only and hardest working organization within the Center that is directly helping you, now for 2 ½ years, some said it could not work, but it has worked. If you are not a member just by reading this bulletin you can see a lot of behind the scenes work has been done to save the Center and thus keep all our doors open and safe from government and other abuse. We have been innocent victims of bad press, government neglect and abuse from several hostile property owners, some owners have been helpful others have tried to close the association, and silence me for no good reasons, only personal. Do not allow your businesses to be taken from you, you have rights, constitutional rights and many of you are immigrants now citizen’s stand up for your new American Rights now is the time!

Commercial Center Business Association 953 E Sahara Ave E-11A

To Join Call 702-791-2368   

Paula Sadler President & Founder

“As a Minority and Women Business Owner I understand your rights and needs and will fight to protect them and deliver results you can count on, I am here for you”




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