Over 530 guests attended Monday night’s Keystone Corporation Annual Dinner on October 25 at The Venetian Hotel featuring Karl Rove as its featured speaker and honoring Tito Tiberti with the Monte Miller Economic Freedom Award. The Economic Freedom Award was named after Monte Miller by a unanimous vote of the Board of Keystone Corporation to honor his achievements, tenacity and determination in keeping Nevada a low-tax state and promoting sound economic policies for the State. Former State Lieutenant Governor Lorraine Hunt-Bono was on hand to serve as Mistress of Ceremonies. Keystone President Darren Wilson presented Monte Miller with a sculpture to commemorate this momentous occasion. Keystone Treasurer Dan Tuntland presented Tito Tiberti with the Monte Miller Economic Freedom Award amidst several standing ovations from the crowd. Las Vegas son, businessman, entrepeneur and philanthropist Tito Tiberti was lauded by several high profile guests including Nancy Houssels, the founder of Nevada Ballet Theater. Keystone Director and President of Nevada Policy Research Institute John Tsarpalas introduced the Keystone Young Professionals Network members in the audience and encouraged guests to support them as they are the future of prosperity in Nevada. Keystone Director Andy Abboud introduced Karl Rove, former White House Deputy Chief of Staff, political consultant and policy advisor, who gave a highly anticipated presentation on current events and how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted public policy.
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