Family acquires Lake Mead Marina

Spillman, Benjamin
June 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);6/9/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 23, p14
The article reports on the purchase of the Lake Mead Marina by the Gripentog family, owners of the Las Vegas Boat Harbor in Nevada, at a cost of about $10 million. It is stated that the family currently has 1,390 slips at the two marinas near Hemenway Launch. It is said that boaters observed that the marina is cleaner and better maintained since the family took over from its previous owners, the Seven Crown Resorts.


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