JLH wins fulfillment contract
JLH Mail, Inc. of Sparks won a contract to inventory and ship products nationally for pet product manufacturer Pet Human Designs, which is headquartered at East Point, Ga.
Teichner launches firm
Teichner Accounting Forensics & Valuations PLLC has been launched in Reno by Richard Teichner, a certified public accountant.
The company provides accounting, forensic and business valuation services and consulting.
The company’s office is at 10775 Double R Blvd., its phone number is 682-4330, and its
e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fiber-optic service begins
Nevada Comstock Communications LLC of Reno has launched service on the fiber optic communication network it developed at Tahoe Reno Industrial Center.
The network will provide service to 160 square miles within the industrial center. Nevada Comstock Communications is owned by Anthony H. Osterkamp Jr.
Pro Clean wins contracts
Pro Clean Maintenance Inc. of Reno has been awarded the final construction cleanup contract for the Tahoe Maritime Museum in Homewood and also won the janitorial contract for Shaw Engineering in Reno.
KTVN news wins Emmys
The morning and 6:30 p.m. newscasts produced by KTVN Channel 2 in Reno won Emmy Awards from the Northern California Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Channel 2, the only Reno station ever to win an Emmy, last won in the evening newscast category in 1999.
Pindi a hot opportunity
Pindi Products Inc. of Reno is a finalist for the 2008 Frost & Sullivan Award for “Hot Investment Opportunity” in the glucose monitoring market.
The privately held company has developed a patented technology that reads blood-glucose levels instantly and without need for needles or test strips.
Utility wins diversity award
The Sierra Pacific Resources supplier diversity program won the Supplier Diversity Innovative Approaches Award for 2007 from the Edison Electric Institute.
The utility also was recently recognized as corporation of the year by the Nevada Minority Business Council.
RE/MAX teams recognized
Five RE/MAX Realty Affiliates teams were ranked among the top 25 RE/MAX teams in the state on the basis of sales volume in March.
The five teams were The David Morris Group, Thomas and Penny Reardon, Kelly Werner, Brian Lessinger and Kris Layman and Jackie Perkins.
Kim de Lancey of RE/MAX Realty Affiliates was among the top 25 individual performers in the state.
“The thing that I like most about entrepreneurship is I can work toward something that I’m passionate about and be at the forefront of the change that I want to see happen,” said Priyanka Senthil, a senior at Davidson Academy in Reno and co-founder of startup company AUesome.