Spin Game employees are fortunate enough to be living in the Biggest Little City in the World, a city full of culture and diversity. In Nevada’s early days, men traveled to the Silver State to strike it rich, today Reno is known for its for world-class entertainment, gambling, and its close proximity (45 miles) to Lake Tahoe. This amazing location puts Reno close to 18 ski resorts and 50 golf courses. In the past few years large companies have decided to make Reno their home to take advantage of the state’s desirable tax structure. What do we think is the best part of Reno? The 300 days of sunshine!
We are dedicated to our community by supporting a variety of programs throughout the Truckee Meadows that focus on arts and culture, education, environment, and health and human services.
Spin Games LLC and affiliate Sunshine Tahoe proudly supports the following organizations: Art in Bloom, Bear League, Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful, Pony Express-Nevada Division, Reno Chamber of Commerce, Reno Rodeo, Tahoe Family Solutions, Tahoe Rim Trail Challenge, Trails & Vistas, Truckee Donner Land Trust, Truckee Historical Haunted Tour, University of Nevada, Reno, Reynolds School of Journalism.
Art in Bloom
Caughlin Ranch Elementary School’s 6th Annual Art in Bloom Auction is slated to raise $25,000 to provide computer hardware, software and programs to facilitate learning in the 21st Century.
The BEAR League is a completely volunteer; community based not-for-profit organization in the Lake Tahoe Basin, Truckee and beyond, committed to keeping bears safe and wild in their natural habitat. Too many bears now believe they can roam neighborhoods and even come into individual homes, as this is what they have been told by humans reacting inappropriately during bear encounters, which often results in the death of a bear. Spin Games is proud to help educate those living in or visiting the beautiful Sierra Nevada.
Spin Games is a proud sponsor of KTMB. Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful is dedicated to creating a cleaner, more beautiful region through education and active community involvement. The key programs they have used to help its mission are: Adopt-A-Park, Phone Book Recycling, Christmas Tree Recycling, Adopt-A-Spot, an illegal dumping hotline, and Waste Warriors.
Spin’s latest sponsorship is partaking in the KTMB Raise the River Event to be held August 18th, 2016 at the sensory garden in Idlewild Park- Reno Nevada. Guests will be treated to an evening of culinary delights, local craft libations, live music and sensory activities. Local Chef Mark Estee is partnering with Keep Truckee Meadows beautiful to create a uniquely Truckee Meadows experience and Spin is happy to be a part. 5 local companies will sponsor each of the 5 senses. Sound by Spin Games, Touch by Granite Construction, Sight by Nevada Mining Association, Taste by NV Energy, and Smell by Moana Nursery.
When: August 18th, 2016 at 5:30 pm to 9 pm
Where: The Sensory Garden at Idlewild Park, 75 Cowan Dr, Reno, Nevada 89509
Tickets on sale now at ktmb.org/raisetheriver
From April 1860 to October 1861, dozens of brave Pony Express riders delivered mail between Sacramento, California and St. Joseph, Missouri. The distance was 1,800 miles, and it took Pony Express riders ten days, which was half the time the stagecoach required for the same journey.
Today, Pony Express Territory points of interest include ghost towns, old mines, rock art sites, nature preserves and parks. Pony Express Territory offers excellent hunting, fishing and camping. Nevada adventure sports enthusiast can enjoy wide-open country for mountain bike riding, hiking and climbing.
The “Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West,” the Reno Rodeo is one of the most popular 10’day events in the nation’s “Biggest Little City.” The Reno Rodeo is a PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) sanctioned sporting event. The non-profit organization is made up over 500 volunteers and hosts over 140,000 fans. While the best in the nation compete to an excited crowd, the Reno/Sparks area economy enjoys a $42 million boost going to hotels, casinos, restaurants and retail.
The Chamber provides a wide range of events and activities for business members. From networking events to our business luncheons to political forums, we are constantly striving to improve our business climate and our local economy. See some of our events to discover why thousands of people rely on Chamber events.
The Chamber is considered a leading source for business networking, community information and business resources in Northern Nevada. Reno/Sparks is a wonderful community surrounded by raw natural beauty, friendly people and a vibrant business community that provides a high standard of living.
Tahoe Family Solutions – Camp Explore
Camp Explore is a special place for children who have completed grades 1st – 5th. It’s an extraordinary environment where children find a nurturing and supporting atmosphere. This allows the child to grow, socialize, exercise, and spend positive time with role models.
Throughout each activity, the campers learn about the delicate environment that surrounds them each day while they develop new physical, emotional, and social skills. In fact, it’s not uncommon for the campers to bring their new appreciation for life back to their home life which, over time, strengthens the entire family.
This annual challenge will take you on an exploration around the Tahoe Rim Trail (TRT) with six featured hikes, each highlighting something to Lake Tahoe. The unique features include: amazing panoramic vistas, alpine lakes and creeks, wildflower-infused meadows, lush waterfalls, timeless geology, rich history and much more! Depending upon the trail and season, you can hike, bike, ride horseback, ski or snowshoe to complete each of the six challenge locations per year. Go at your own pace, on your own schedule. Compete with other teams or just join in the fun and see how many miles you can hike, both short and extended versions of each hike are yours for the choosing. Watch for giveaway days on the trails, which are sponsored by local businesses including Spin Games, Sunshine Tahoe, Squeeze In, KOLO 8 News Now, KPS|3, Coffeebar, NV Energy, REI and many more.
A three to four mile art hike every September with dance, poetry, music, storytelling and environmental art. A variety of hikes are offered including those with family and young children, leisure hikes for those looking to go at a slower pace and meditative hikes that enable individuals to hike in silence while enjoying all the event has to offer.
“At every stop along the hike, participants will get an unexpected experience through art, culture, and the environment. We hope that your memories of the art hike will stay with you long after the walk has ended, with your own thoughtful reflections on the arts and the importance of environmental stewardship imprinted in your mind and heart.” — Founder, Nancy Lopez
Designed to tap your senses and satiate your desire for fun, Truckee’s Historical Haunted Tour takes place every October in Historic Downtown Truckee, California. If you’re lucky enough to score tickets for this adults-only sell-out event, you are in for a treat with captivating skits inspired by legends of yore at several featured haunts that are all within walking distance of Moody’s Bistro, Bar and Beats.
Saddle up to the bar at Moody’s and keep your eyes wide open for the Lady in Red. Deceased at the hands of her husband in The Truckee Hotel, she frequents every now and then and you just might catch a glimpse of her. Small groups of visitors from as far away as the east coast, mid west and Los Angeles and as nearby as Reno, Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area will be immersed in engaging tales performed by talented characters at seven interesting historic sites. Skillfully weaving together dramatic, downright haunting and funny stories inspired by times of yore, this Tour will be complete with treats and tricks.
Founded in 1874, is proudly recognized as a National Tier 1 University by U.S. News & World Report. Our students come here for a number of reasons, but on the top of that list is the high quality education we provide. The University’s continued ranking in the top-tier is a statement about the students we attract, the graduates we produce, the quality of our faculty and their world-improving research and creativity. The beautiful campus, notoriously known for “The Quad” is lined with 100-year-old Elm trees. As a member of the Mountain West Conference, students can expect to see the Wolf Pack face off against top quality competition. Such spirited competition builds campus community and offers students an exciting diversion from their academic pursuits. Go Wolf Pack!
Community Relations contact:
Christina Stoever Young – Spin Marketing Advisor