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People on the Move: April 8, 2024

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Eric Walther, a shareholder in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s litigation department, joined the executive advisory board of the Darren Waller Foundation, which equips youths to avoid and overcome addiction to drugs and alcohol, and supports youths and their families during their recovery and treatment journey.

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released an exterior rendering of the new Lone Mountain Nevada Temple to be located southwest of Hickman Avenue between North Grand Canyon Drive and Tee Pee Lane. It will be the state’s fourth temple. Temples differ from the church’s neighborhood meetinghouses (chapels), which are used weekly for Sunday worship services and are gathering places for weekday activities and events.

Venuetize, Everi Holdings’ mobile technology and e-commerce platform for the sports, hospitality and entertainment industries, has been selected by Las Vegas Ballpark as the cornerstone for its fan engagement mobile strategy. Venuetize gives Las Vegas Aviators fans a refreshed user experience, migrating from their experience within the Summerlin district app, which will continue to support the Summerlin and Downtown Summerlin community. Venuetize offers fans a hub for accessing, transferring and buying tickets, as well as viewing venue maps. It also includes a built-in mobile wallet that facilitates digital payments at concessions at the venue.

David Livingston is the newest member of SVN: The Equity Group’s Las Vegas team. As vice president, Livingston will focus on medical and professional office investments, sales and leasing. Starting at Homestead Realty, Livingston navigated the acquisition of bank-owned and distressed properties for domestic and international investors, converting them into profitable long-term investments. Most recently, he worked at Sun Commercial Real Estate’s investment services group.

Golden Entertainment announced that Blake Sartini II, executive vice president of operations, is now chief operating officer. Sartini joined Golden in June 2007, working with its tavern operations and building a tavern portfolio of 69 locations. Steve Arcana’s role changed from chief operating officer to chief development officer. In this newly created role, Arcana will be responsible for new tavern development, finding new third-party food and beverage concepts for casino resorts, and exploring opportunities to unlock value in the company’s excess real estate in Las Vegas, Laughlin and Pahrump.

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This story appeared in Las Vegas Weekly.

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