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Rachel’s Kitchen Founder Debbie Roxarzade is honored by the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce.
The Metro Chamber recently celebrated the diversity, creativity and ingenuity of the local business community through the Business Excellence Awards held in November. The award committee, comprised of several business and community leaders named 25 outstanding businesses that included Rachel’s Kitchen. The Fresh Casual Eatery was named a Trendsetter, recognized for being a business paving the way for new technology, community stewardship ad corporate responsibility.
The Huffington Post names Rachel’s Kitchen a healthy alternative for dining when traveling through Las Vegas McCarran International Airport.
Thanks to recent trends in the industry, airport food is undergoing a renaissance. Travelers’ tastes are evolving to expect higher-quality and more diverse options, while individual airports now rely more heavily on non-aeronautical revenue, CNBC reported in 2013.
Debbie Roxarzade is recognized by Nevada Business Magazine as one Las Vegas’ “2016 Women to Watch.”
Female executives and business owners hold influential positions throughout the state and continue to break through the glass ceiling with their drive and determination no matter the obstacles before them.
Carving a culture niche: Summerlin area rich in places to enjoy the arts
The party-hardy reputation of the Strip means Las Vegas is not usually the first city that comes to mind for cultural leanings. But secreted in little pockets of the Las Vegas Valley are sprouts of culture, including an abundance in the Summerlin area. Rachel’s Kitchen near Trails Village shopping center, 9691 Trailwood Drive, supports the arts with displays on its walls.