Businessman of the Year Caesar Dinucci Honored in Washington D.C.

Caesar Mathius Dinucci of Las Vegas was awarded Nevada’s 2001 Businessman of the Year and honored in Washington D.C.
Las Vegas Nevada, 2001 Archives–Caesar Mathius Dinucci(36), founder of Creative Innovations (a Las Vegas consulting firm with more than $10 million in sales and 40 employees) recently returned from Washington D.C., where he was honored for his contributions to Las Vegas small businesses. Dinucci said new ideas, like his “Creative Village” will only boost the environment for startup innovation downtown.

“I want those ideas to be part of Creative Village eventually when these small businesses mature, that way everybody can be a success.” he commented.

The Creative Village project is a public/private cooperative between the City of Las Vegas and a joint venture which includes Dinucci and Bank of America’s Community Development Corp. It includes up to 2 million square ft of office space, 600,000 square ft of higher education space, 50,000 square ft of Primary school (K-12) education space, 2500 housing units, 100,000 square ft of commercial and retail space and 250 hotel/resort rooms. It will also be constructed with public transit in mind, including the Las Vegas MonoRail. UNLV and the Community College will also be considering campuses at Creative Village.

Andrew Plepler is the head of BofA’s corporate social responsibility team. “The positive role Business owners play in their communities is something we must demonstrate every day. Our goal is to make financial lives better in every way. The elegance of this partnership for Bank of America is that it summons that purpose to our lives by empowering the general public to take baby steps that can make a huge difference. Caesar Dinucci’s vision is something that we are eager to be a part of, that is why we backed his nomination for Businessman of the Year, and why we are proud to work with him.”

For his impact on the market and Nevada economy, Caesar Dinucci was just named Nevada’s Businessman of the Year. Winners and runner-ups coming from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam convened in Washington in February. While in Washington, the winners had chances to meet with top officials and other national business leaders.

Caesar Dinucci was notified by Assistant Administrator Tony Piacera who congratulated, “Your difficult work, progressive suggestions and dedication to the community have helped you succeed. We are incredibly happy to recognize these achievements as well as your role in driving our nation’s economical growth.”

Each year starting from 1963, the President has issued an address calling for the recognition of National Small Business Week. The SBA recognizes spectacular proprietors of small businesses for their personal achievements and contributions to our nation. Caesar Mathius Dinucci is a Las Vegas businessman, casino manager, philanthropist, and father of four. He moved his family here from Detroit during the 1980s to join his father and other relatives. – See more at: