La Casita Restaurant
410 Cornell Ave Lovelock, NV 89419
La Casita is one of those little places every small town in the Western U.S. should have: a little bit of America, a little bit of Mexico, and a little…
La Unica “Bakery” Bodega
524 Front Street #1, Elko, NV 89801
Languages Spoken: Spanish English Payment accepted: Cash, Check, American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa Produce: Produce from around the world, India, Mexico, chile and more. Services Provided: Bakery, Fruit stand, Tortilla,…
Daniel’s restaurant serves great breakfast, lunch, and dinner everyday. Tuesday is Taco Tuesday Wednesday is 2 for 1 Burgers ALL DAY On Friday’s we have all you can eat fish…
Bellissima Salon & Day Spa
355 W 1st St, Fallon, NV 89406
Specialities: Spa Packages, Wedding Parties, Waxing, Walk-Ins Welcome, State-Of-The-Art-Hair Coloring, Spa Packages, Wedding Parties, Waxing, Walk-Ins Welcome, State-Of-The-Art-Hair Coloring, Spiral Perms, Spa Pedicures, Spa Packages & Gift Certificates Available, Spa…
CHIHUAHUA’S GLASS & CAR ACCESORIES
2255 glendale ave ste#4 sparks, nv. 89431
AUTO, RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL GLASS. SHOWER DOORS. SCREEN DOORS. WINDOW TINTING.\HEAD LIGHT RESTORATION. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE GUARANTEED JOBS FREE MOBILE SERVICE HABLAMOS ESPAÑOL Business Phone: (775)351-9935...
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Turbine Blading and Parts
2185 Park Place Minden, Nevada 89423 United States
Turbine Blading and Parts include the latest CNC manufacturing technology, support equipment, and QA/QC procedures you would expect from the industry’s most advanced steam turbine and gas turbine compressor blade…
Washoe County has a Hispanic population representing 22% (93,724 out of a county population of 421, 407) — US Census Bureau 2010
…a better way to target the Hispanic businesses at no cost.
• Our lists are the most comprehensive Hispanic business lists available in Nevada.
• In order to maintain the accuracy of our data, the lists will be updated periodically.
NOTE: Currently, there are no official sources of lists of companies by race/ethnicity of owner. The University of Nevada compiled a master list of Hispanic surnames to create a list of Hispanic-owned business. The resulting list of Hispanic surnames was used to pull owner names from business license records to successfully create the first two directories of Hispanic business owners in 2011 (provided below).
The contact information within the directories (obtained from the various business license departments) is limited to names, addresses, and phone numbers. Users of the directories have expressed interest in email addresses, and we have relayed this interest to the jurisdictions, which are responsible for collecting and maintaining the contact information.
Developing and improving the directories of Hispanic-owned businesses requires significant effort and collaboration with local governments. If you have interest in this endeavor, please contact us with your feedback, comments, or concerns.