LVCVA shuffles the deck


LAS VEGAS -- Rossi Ralenkotter, currently executive vice president of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), will succeed Manny Cortez as the LVCVA's president and CEO.

Cortez, who has served as the LVCVA's president since 1991, will retire July 2.

Cortez was a member of the LVCVA's board of directors for almost eight years. He also served four terms as a Clark County commissioner beginning in 1976.

Ralenkotter has been with the LVCVA since 1973.

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