Located in Reno-Tahoe Industrial Center, where wild horses roam, the Randa Logistics distribution center is 524,800 square feet and LEED Gold Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. The location opened for operations in 2014 after major planning, designing and investment went into it to meet sustainability and environmentally-friendly initiatives. The Reno-Tahoe Randa DC employs over 170 full-time associates. Reno averages over 250 sunny days per year and is a short 50 minute drive to Tahoe, an ideal place to live for any outdoor enthusiast. Working for Randa Accessories in Reno and living in the Lake Tahoe area is a special combination for people who give 100% to work and play!
About Reno, NV
Named after Major General Jesse Lee Reno, a Union officer killed in the American Civil War at the Battle of South Mountain.
The Biggest Little City in the World
105.9 square miles
Reno Attractions and Things to Do:
Reno, once the gaming capital of the U.S. now holds a lot more attractions beyond its noteworthy casinos. The city sits in a high desert just east and at the foot of the Sierra Nevada, on the western edge of the Great Basin. Its downtown area occupies a valley informally known as the Truckee Meadows, through which the Truckee River makes its way from Lake Tahoe to Pyramid Lake. Reno’s wide range of natural and stunning locations provide an equally wide-ranging choice for nature and sports enthusiasts alike, to enjoy year round, individually or in organized events. Skiing and snowboarding are among the most popular winter activities with 18 ski resorts located within 100 miles followed by snowshoeing, ice skating, and snowmobiling. Summer offers bike riding trails and kite and wind surfing. Yearly events include the annual classic car convention, motorcycle rally, The Great Reno Balloon Race, bowling tournaments, roller derby, whitewater events, and the Reno Air Races. Reno counts three museums and the annual Artown, called one of the most comprehensive arts festivals in the country by the NEA, and 13 theatre establishments and companies amongst its attractions. From the pristine beauty of crystal-clear freshwater Lake Tahoe to Pyramid Lake which dates back to the Pleistocene era, Reno is a cornucopia of things to do, see and enjoy.
Reno–Tahoe International Airport