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Bob Unger

Bob Unger is a businessman and real estate developer in Henderson, Nevada. A long-time resident of the Las Vegas Valley, Unger attended Valley High School and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. After attending Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, California, Unger practiced law in Las Vegas from 1977 to 1989. He represented business on the Strip and in real estate before undertaking his own development projects. He is president of Unger Development and is responsible for the Showcase Mall on the Las Vegas Strip and the Tuscany neighborhood in Henderson. In 2006, Unger ran for Lieutenant Governor of Nevada, but lost to Brian Krolocki. As of 2009, he is also involved in an effort to clean up the Three Kids Mine in the Lakemoor Canyon Redevelopment Area in Henderson and turn it into a residential development. Unger is a past president of Congregation Ner Tamid and the Jewish Federation of Las Vegas, and also served as Second Vice President of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce.


"Bob Unger, 2nd Vice President." Henderson Chamber of Commerce. July 15, 2008.

Unger, Bob. "Bob Unger." Linked In. Accessed June 17, 2015.

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