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Steve Trounday | ART VIEWS Contributor

Steve Trounday | ART VIEWS Contributor

Steve Trounday has been the senior vice president of marketing at many of northern Nevada’s most prominent casino resorts, including the Grand Sierra Resort, the Reno Hilton, and the statewide casino properties for the Navegante Group. Active in community events, Trounday is the past president of the Great Reno Balloon Race (he was president for nine non-consecutive years) and served as the advertising and P.R. chairman for the Reno Tahoe Winter Games Coalition. 

Trounday is a tremendous supporter of arts and culture in northern Nevada. He is currently the media, marketing and business advisor for A.V.A. Ballet Theatre -- the resident ballet company for the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts – and is the chairman of the advisory board for the Center for Basque Studies program at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Trounday is a published author of three mystery/thriller books: The Biggest Game of Chance;Taking a Chance on the Lucky One; and It Just Happened by Chance. He is the owner of the College Courtyard Apartments, a 60-student apartment complex located one half block west of the University of Nevada, Reno campus.

Trounday is a Reno native and a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno with a degree in managerial sciences.

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