City Manager-Nick Marano Joins NVEB-5 Board of Directors

The Nevada State EB-5 (NVEB-5) Regional Center in Carson City announces Nick Marano as Member to the Board of Directors. Marano was elected to the position on July 30, 2015.

To read the complete press release visit Carson Now. 

 

Additionally, Marano mentors at the Adams Hub for Innovation and is a member of the Western Nevada College Institutional Advisory Council. Further, he has been an active member of International City Managers’ Association. Prior to his position with the city, Marano served as owner and consultant for a mechanical construction firm which coordinated with US military branches to enhance the Veterans in Piping (VIP) Program. VIP is a United Associations of Plumbers and Pipe Fitters Union (UA) Program designed to teach returning veterans valuable work skills for transition into civilian life.

 

Marano has an accomplished and distinguished military career serving in the US Marine Corps for over 32 years. From 2003 to 2007, Marano led a highly decorated infantry battalion which completed four combat tours in Iraq. From 2009 to 2012, he was the commanding officer for the Marine Corps’ largest base-Camp Pendleton, California. As Mayor and City Manager of Camp Pendleton, he managed city planning, construction and developed energy conservation plans. Nick Marano retired from the US Marine Corp in 2012 achieving the rank of Colonel.

 

Marano’s positon on the NVEB-5 Board of Directors will accompany such notable individuals as: Carson City Mayor-Bob Crowell, Ed Ahrens, Al Jurkonis, Gerald Gardner, Alan Tiras and Larry Rodriguez. Currently, Steve Neighbors presides as President of the organization with Chris MacKenzie serving as Secretary/Treasurer.

 

In comment to Mr. Marano’s election, Lynn Beteag, Administrator for NVEB-5 stated, “The Nevada  EB-5 Regional Center is honored to have Nick Marano as a member of our distinguished Board of Directors. His leadership and professionalism will be of great value to our organization, and we look forward to his participation.”

 

 

See additional article posting on the Nevada Appeal.

Helping Northern Nevada’s Infrastructure Keep Pace with Growth!

With Northern Nevada’s economy recovery and anticipated population growth, comes the need to ensure that Nevada’s infrastructure can keep pace. The costs associated with maintaining current roads, bridges etc. and public services can be daunting. The Nevada State EB-5 (NVEB-5) Regional Center can provide the supplemental capital tools needed to help the state meet its infrastructure needs. While not an entirely new concept, the idea is not well known nor understood in the Northern Nevada area.

Lynn Beteag, Administrator of the NVEB-5, has issued a press release (see below) in hopes of educating the public and public entities of the opportunities available through the approved U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) EB-5 Program.

Northern Nevada infrastructure must keep pace with the anticipated economic growth of the region. Quick action to stay ahead of the growth curve is imperative.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Josie Martel
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The Nevada State EB-5—Good for Area Businesses, Good for Infrastructure

Area Infrastructure in Need of Upgrades to Support Northern Nevada Growth

(Carson City, Nev., October 8, 2015) –With the Northern Nevada economy prospering, companies growing and many companies looking to the area for relocation, infrastructure requires critical attention. While the state embraces the long awaited economic resurgence, it possess the question, “Where will funding come from to front the cost of infrastructure refurbishment and enhancement?” The Nevada State EB-5 Regional Center (NVEB-5), located in Carson City, can supplement the capital demands of new and improved infrastructure through a unique program which not only provides capital for the public projects but also creates US based jobs.

NVEB-5 is reaching out to local municipalities, and state and local governments in hopes of educating governmental agencies to the benefits of the EB-5 Program. NVEB-5 is an approved United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Regional Center dedicated to creating local jobs and building our local economy through foreign capital investment.

Since Nevada ranks, once again, as the second fastest growing populations states in the country, the need to improve the infrastructure required to support the influx of businesses and populations is critical. The NVEB-5 Regional Center is a multifaceted economic development instrument which can be used to meet the growing infrastructure requirements. While virtually any expanding business or new venture can access the program, the latest type of projects that can utilize the EB-5 Program include: roads, bridges, public transportation, technology centers, senior care facilities and hospitals.

“The Nevada State EB-5 Regional Center is a powerful tool not only for our area businesses but also for public projects. This program can provide additional capital required to meet the high costs of building new roads and schools, for example. As the local area attracts more and more businesses, we will have to start addressing the infrastructure required to support growth. NVEB-5 can help Nevada meet these demands,” said Lynn Beteag, Administrator for NVEB-5.

Located in Carson City, Nevada the NVEB-5 is a non-profit EB-5 Regional Center dedicated to creating local jobs and building our local economy by bringing new and expanding companies/projects together with foreign capital investors.
Public and private projects looking for supplemental capital are encouraged to contact NVEB-5 at: 775.600.4090 or 855.498.6360 or visit: NVEB5.org.

About The Nevada State EB-5 Regional Center (NVEB-5)

The professionals at the Nevada State EB-5 Regional Center (NVEB-5) work to bring together exceptional business ventures, both new and expanding, and foreign capital investors. Through a stringent application and investment process, foreign investors can become fully qualified to obtain a U.S. Green Card for legal immigration into the United States. Unlike traditional EB-5 Regional Centers, NVEB-5 is a unique blend of a non-profit and an approved U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) organization. NVEB-5 is located in the State Capital in beautiful Carson City, Nevada and works closely with the State of Nevada’s Northern Nevada Development Authority (NNDA) and the USCIS. The NVEB-5 board of directors are highly qualified and well-respected business managers, governmental officials and community leaders who provide sound solutions for businesses and viable opportunities for foreign investors. For more information on how to become a project or foreign capital investor, please visit: NVEB5.org or call: 855.498.6360.

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See the article in CarsonNow.org.