Business leaders on the Nevada side of the North Shore of Lake Tahoe this month launched the Incline Village Crystal Bay Association (IVCBA).
According to an April 1 press release, the group formed “to build community and local communication among residents, businesses, and nonprofit organizations.”
Initially founded in 2009 as the ICBA, the association has been re-formed and organized with over $100,000 of funding through various founding members, including Incline Village-based fintech startup Ridgeline, the Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation, and an additional 50 businesses, nonprofits, and community supporters.
According to the release, the organization’s website, ivcba.com, is a community-wide resource with local news, calendar and a directory that organizes businesses, nonprofits and agencies by category.
“We find that residents are looking for information on what’s available and what’s happening in six segments: community, business, education, arts and culture, wellness, and the environment,” said Linda Offerdahl, Executive Director of the association, in a statement.
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