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Alumni Association Launches Rebel Business Network

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Campus News  |  May 15, 2012  |  By Megan Downs
Media Contact: Megan Downs, Office of Media Relations (702) 895-0898


The UNLV Alumni Association will launch the Rebel Business Network, a program offering a quick and easy way for Rebels to connect in the business community. Running Rebels Coach Dave Rice, '91 and '93 and notable business leaders will speak about how alumni helping alumni brings greater value to their UNLV degrees, a stronger UNLV community, and opportunities for alumni to find clients and employment through the network. The network features an online business directory and special networking events for members.


Wednesday, May 16, 2012
The event begins at 11:30 a.m. and is open to media and members of the public.


UNLV Richard Tam Alumni Center
4505 S. Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89154
At the corner of Maryland Parkway and Harmon/Maude Frazier Way


Each listing in the directory is customized with contact information, products and services offered by alumni. Anyone can search the directory for a variety of professionals in Southern Nevada and beyond. To obtain a profile or listing in the directory, you must be a member of the UNLV Alumni Association.

Search the directory.

Tickets: Register in advance here.
Tickets are $35.

Sponsored in part by the North Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, Cragin & Pike, Assured Strategies, Manpower, One Source Realty And Management, Edible Arrangements, Stovall & Associates, T-Bird Lounge & Restaurant, Rich Wightman & Company, and the UNLV Lee Business School.

Contact Megan Downs at (702) 895-0898 for more information.

The UNLV Alumni Association was established in 1967 as a not-for-profit organization
to promote and enhance alumni engagement on campus. With an alumni base 90,000 strong, the UNLV Alumni Association offers a variety of services and opportunities in support of alumni and their families. UNLV alumni are encouraged to support the values of higher learning through advocacy, involvement, and giving. To date, the association has contributed more than $6.6 million to the university in student scholarships, endowments, and major capital improvements such as the Alumni Amphitheater, Alumni Grove, Alumni Park, and the $2.7 million Richard Tam Alumni Center. For more information on the UNLV Alumni Association visit or or