Monthly Luncheons

The club hosts monthly luncheons the first Tuesday of each month at Ahern Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas. The luncheon doors open at 11:00am with business networking until noon.

Each luncheon features a guest speaker who shares information with attendees about conservative government and business issues. The President introduces all attending Republican elected officials and candidates, giving attendees an opportunity to meet and see those who represent them and work on their behalf.

The meetings end at 1:00pm, and many members often staying behind to mingle. The cost for a luncheon ticket through advance purchase is $40 for members and $45 for non-members. Members may reserve a ticket without using a credit card by selecting “Pay At Door RSVP-Member”. This requires payment with cash or check at the door (no credit cards). Walk-ins are welcome on a space available basis. Walk-in ticket price for both members and non-members is $5 higher.

Next Luncheon

Drew Johnson

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Drew is a Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in Nevada’s 3rd congressional district. He is a nationally known conservative columnist, public policy analyst, and government watchdog who has worked with lawmakers to save taxpayers more than $60 billion. At 23, Drew founded one of America’s most effective free market think tanks. Under his leadership, the organization reduced taxes, massively expanded parental choice, and slashed regulations on businesses. Drew has also worked at the American Enterprise Institute, the National Taxpayers Union, The Washington Times, Newsmax, and The Daily Caller. Drew and his wife, Sarah, who serves as the Director of the Office of Small Business Advocacy under Lieutenant Governor Stavros Anthony, own a small business and have lived in Las Vegas for a decade.

Dan Schwartz

dan schwartz
Dan is currently a candidate for the NV3 Congressional seat.  His platform is based on national service—military or non-military; term limits for Congress and the Supreme Court; prioritizing the middle class in the Federal tax code; and, closing all borders until Congress does its job.  In Nevada, he is an enthusiastic supporter of parental choice in grades K-12.
 
Dan served as Nevada State Treasurer, 2015-2019.  During his term in office, Dan revamped the State’s investment program, quintupling (5x) returns on the General Fund; backed parental choice (ESAs), registering 10,000 students before the program fell victim to political bickering; was the first to publicly question the largest tax increase in Nevada history; launched a College Savings Program aimed at creating a “culture of education” in Nevada; reduced the processing period in unclaimed property from 120 to 25 days; and, successfully defeated a scheme to fund the Faraday Future project in North Las Vegas, sparing Nevada taxpayers $350 million in defaulted bonds;
 
An innovative entrepreneur, he turned around a struggling financial publication and founded the world’s first digital media delivery platform:   he served as the CEO of AVCJ Group, Ltd. (AVCJ), which published the highly-regarded Asian Venture Capital Journal.  Dan was also Founder, President and CEO of Qiosk.com, the first digital delivery platform in print magazines.
 
Dan grew up in suburban Chicago, and received his undergraduate degree from Princeton; J.D. from Boston University; and his MBA from Columbia. Dan is a Vietnam-era vet:  he enlisted in the United States Army during the Cold War and was stationed on a Pershing nuclear missile base in Germany (1972-74). Dan is a member of the Illinois bar.
 
Dan has authored The Future of Finance:  How Private Equity and Venture Capital Will Shape the Global Economy (John Wiley); and, Fire Bell in the Night (Sturdy Oak Press).  Both are available on Amazon.
 
Dan is married, the father of two daughters, and lives with his wife, Yanan, in Las Vegas. 
 
www.danschwartzfornevada.com
Ahern

Ahern Hotel and Convention Center

300 W. Sahara Ave.
Las Vegas NV 89102

The Ahern Hotel and Convention Center is conveniently located on the north side of Sahara Avenue just west of the Strip. If coming from I-15, go East on Sahara toward the Strip and take the first left turn after you exit the interstate.  The turn takes you right into the driveway for the hotel.  The parking garage is on the right toward the back.  Parking is free; however, valet parking is currently not available.

2024 Luncheons

Michael McDonald, Brian Hardy & Alex Watson

Sam Brown

Capt. Sam Brown

2023 Luncheons

Heidi Seevers Gansert and PK O’Neill

Julie Butler

Julie Butler

Wayne Allyn Root

Jennifer Ruhnke

Jennifer Ruhnke

Scott Presler

Mike Cahill

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Chris Dyer
Jill Douglass
Chairman Jesse Law
Nephi “Khaliki” Oliva

Laura McSwain and Larry Elder

Sheriff Kevin McMahill

Ron DeSantis

Phil Becker

John Tsarpalas

2022 Luncheons

Andy Matthews and Manny Kess


Dean Heller


Adam Paul Laxalt

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With Las Vegas City Council Candidates

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Kash Patel

Annie Black


Annie Black


Victor Joecks

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Kevin McMahill

Scott Hammond & Melissa Hardy

SAM BROWN


Sam Brown

Alida Benson


Alida Benson

2021 Luncheons

Tyre Gray

Michael Schaus

Dr. Jesus F. Jara

Dr. Cory Cutler

Ronald Najarro

Dr. Joe Hardy and Andy Matthews

Erin
Phillips

Kevin Ball and
Heidi Harris

Oct-luncheon


Sigal Chattah

Joe
Lombardo


Wayne Allyn Root

2020 Luncheons

Nevada Senator Joe HardyHonorable Philip Pro (Ret.)


Dr. Carrie Buck and
April Becker



Wayne Allyn Root


Mayor
Goodman



Dan Rodimer



Jim Marchant

Hedi Kasama and Dr.Steven DeLisle

Chuck-Muth


Chuck Muth


Mark Amodei

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Autumn Event with Wayne Allyn Root

2019 Luncheons

Nevada Senator
Joe Hardy




John-Tsarpalas- NRC speaker Dec 2023

NPRI President
John Tsarpalas




Sherman Ray, Shawn Mooneyham, Michelle Romero, Danny Vella, Dan Shaw, and DanStewart

Dr. Alamo





Nathan Duell





Dr. Jesus Jara





Nevada Senator Scott Hammond and Nevada Assemblywoman Melissa Hardy

Peter Guzman, President of the Latin Chamber of Commerce

Larry Greenfield




Councilman Anthony Stavros



Minority Assembly Leader Dr. Robin Titius


Don Webb, Vice President of the Raiders & Chief Operating Officer of LV (“StadCo”)

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