Reno, Nevada is nicknamed the 'The Biggest Little City in the World' due to
its western hospitality, restaurants, live stage productions, big name
entertainers, history, culture, and 24-hour gambling. Outdoor recreation
includes golf and skiing, and golfers can choose from courses in lake,
desert, and mountain terrains. Lake Tahoe, less than 60 miles from Reno, has
the most ski resorts in North America. Nevada's liberal tax laws, coupled
with Reno's free port status and central location, combine to make this area
a significant regional warehouse and distribution center.