North Las Vegas is open for business is a message city leaders have been portraying for the past two years.
It seems to be paying off. Large companies are choosing to establish a presence in the rebounding city.
2016 has been a good year for the city of North Las Vegas. Just this month, city officials announced Amazon and The Honest Company are bringing 1,500 jobs to a warehouse complex still under construction.
Economists estimate $2 billion of economic impact over the next 10 years.
"The revenues projected for state and local government is around $60 million, so they're going to be great contributors to the community," said Assistant City Manager Ryann Juden, North Las Vegas.
He is in charge of economic development for North Las Vegas and says five Fortune 500 companies, including Amazon, have established a presence in the city in 2016.
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