Contact us at::
11 W. Pioneer Blvd. Ste A
Mesquite, NV 82901 
Office: (702) 208-8445 
George Gault:: (307) 761-1440 
Brandy Jenkins: (307) 448-0569 



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Excellent quality of life is critical to the attraction and retention of skilled and talented workers, which are essential to the success of growing a business. The Mesquite region's exceptional quality of life is attractive to businesses, individuals, and tourists alike. The combination of spectacular scenery and recreational opportunities, excellent climate and air quality, arts and cultural facilities as well as superb health care and public school system make the Mesquite region an easy choice. Reasonable cost of living, low crime rate, and a great choice of neighborhoods and residences add to the Virgin Valley's overall attractiveness, to both young and old.



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A progressive and friendly community on the Nevada-Arizona border, Mesquite brings in visitors and commerce by way of Interstate 15. Snowbirds and visitors seeking sunshine and great winter weather come from Canada and regions north. Visitors from California and Las Vegas come to Mesquite to escape to small-town life. Many of the residents discover this desert oasis when they come to Mesquite to play golf, attend a convention, or while seeking the 24-hour fun Nevada gaming provides.  Nevada style entertainment without the hassle of Las Vegas.
Mesquite has become a magnet for outdoor recreationists seeking spectacular trails for ATV's, biking, hiking and walking. It is their Nevada base camp when venturing out on day trips to take in the National Parks of Zion, Bryce and Grand Canyon.
Mesquite has long been known as an escape for gaming fun and day spa treatments, the sports tourism component is thriving. In addition Mesquite hosts championship sporting events, tournaments and sports camps for softball, baseball, soccer, lacrosse, rugby, football, boxing and others.
Beautiful landscaped trail systems connect parks, field and a 56,000 square foot recreation center with outdoor pools, slides and splash pads. Palm tree-line medians and sculpted subdivisions provide an instant luxury resort feel.
For golfers, Mesquite has seven (7) championship courses including the nationally-ranked Wolf Creek Golf Club. For seniors and juniors there is a 9-hole executive course at Coyote Willows Golf Course. That's one tee-box for every 235 residents.  Mesquite's golf industry has a $30M economic impact locally.
The past two decades, Mesquite has been one of the fastest growing small cities and residents new and old take pride in their community. Mesquite residents enjoy their clean environment and welcome responsible businesses that care about their employees and have a commitment to the community they serve.