“To me, and to millions of Americans over the years, the American Dream often involves owning your own home. With our economy and housing market in Nevada showing signs of recovery, I look forward to seeing the home ownership rate in our state going back up in the coming years.”
Blane Johnson • President, Nevada Association of REALTORS.
“For me, the dream is to do work I love and leave something my kids can inherit or at the very least respect, all while taking time away from what I do to make sure I actually do some living.”
Justin Woolard • Founding Partner and Interactive Creative Director, 1010 Collective
“This country offers many opportunities and options available to improve your situation. If you take time to seek them out, are willing to work hard and not expect everything to be handed to you, the American Dream is truly achievable.”
Patricia Taylor, CMCA • President, Taylor Association Management, Vice President, Community Associations Institute
“The American Dream means to me that if you work hard you will succeed. America is a place where you have the opportunity to determine your own success unlike many other places in the world.”
Jody Walker Belsick • President, Walker Engineering
“The American Dream to me means that… I have control of my own life. I can determine how much wealth I want, and how to spend or preserve it. The dream embodies the concept that we are the land of opportunity. It is up to us to seize it.”
Michael D. Bosma, CPA • Managing Shareholder, The Bosma Group, P.C.
“The American Dream is raising two children who work hard and get an education, and giving back to the community. To have achieved this by setting the right example is satisfying, along with helping make our community a better place.”
Scott Stolberg • President and CEO, A&A Midwest, North Las Vegas