RSCVA HOLDS LEGISLATIVE RECEPTION AT NEW KINGPIN CLUB BY BRUNSWICK

2013-02-19

The Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority will be welcoming Nevada’s legislature, and northern Nevada civic leaders and hospitality industry executives, to the brand new, 10-lane “Kingpin Club by Brunswick” at the National Bowling Stadium this Thursday evening from 5:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.  
 
In addition to thanking elected officials for their past support of legislation that made the National Bowling Stadium possible, the RSCVA’s Chairman David Humke and President and CEO Christopher Baum will be presenting a live performance by singing group “Savvy,” stars of the syndicated TV series, “The Wannabes,” who will be filming a pilot for a new television series in Reno Tahoe this Spring/Summer. Once the series is “green lit,” and should Nevada’s legislature pass the proposed film and digital media tax incentive bill currently under consideration in the 2013 legislative session, Savvy  intends to film a full series commitment of thirteen episodes in Reno, Sparks and North Lake Tahoe later this year.  
 
The new Kingpin Club by Brunswick features 10 professional lanes, a full bar and multiple HD flat screens in a hip, modern environment just off of the first floor lobby of the NBS. The club is the first completed improvement project made possible by Nevada State Legislators, the City of Reno and downtown Reno resort properties who agreed to implement a $2.00 room fee to be allocated toward improving public facilities to sustain a positive environment for tourists, meeting and event attendees and locals alike.  
 
What:   RSCVA Legislative Reception  
 
Where: Kingpin Club by Brunswick National Bowling Stadium – First Floor 300 N. Center St. Reno, NV
 
When: Thursday, February 21 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
 
Who: Christopher Baum, RSCVA President and CEO; Nevada State Legislators, Local Government Representatives