The Notes: Vegas business in review July 6-12

The Grass Roots juice bar opened in the renovated John E. Carson building downtown.

Towbin Dodge was chosen to be the only dealership in Nevada to carry the new Saleen 570 Challenger muscle car.

MGM Resorts International formed a strategic relationship with Empire City Casino in New York. Members of Empire City’s rewards card program can receive offers and perks at MGM Resorts’ destinations, while M life members can receive offers at Empire City Casino.

The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers approved membership for the following companies: Adlink Technology, Amatic Industries, Boss Gaming, Gold Club, Intervision Gaming, Metronia, Portilla Ruy-Díaz y Aguilar, U1 Gaming and Wells Fargo.

OneClick Cleaners, an online garment care service that offers dry cleaning pickup and delivery, opened.

MountainView Hospital and the University of Nevada School of Medicine are working to develop an expanded graduate medical education program at the hospital. The program will significantly increase GME positions in Southern Nevada, from 233 to 380 or more. The program could start as early as July 2016.

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