Cultural center in Las Vegas, Nevada
1001 F St, Las Vegas, NV 89106
The Harrison House is a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to the preservation and sharing of African American history in Las Vegas and the promotion of neighborhood improvement for economic development.
Introducing the Last Mile Dot Earth Profit Center for Non-Profits – Marketing Campaign to offer Non-Profit Companies a Communications Profit Center
10 Routers supported by local businesses
Router Costs $299 each One Time $2,990
Bandwidth is $130 a month and $1,300 per month in Recurring Costs are Paid by Local Businesses
Bandwidth is Sold to the Local Area at 1.00 a gig with a sign-up
Tourist, local Caffe, etc $1.00 a gig.
Recurring Costs Paid by Local Businesses for Advertising
Non Profit bills 1 dollar a gig and has 500 gigs available to sell or give to the less fortunate.
Additional bandwidth of about 800 Gigs is 50 cents cost to Harrison House and is sold at 1.00. Profit Center with all costs paid.
Why should U CARE
Harrison House, a reminder of Las Vegas’ segregated past, becomes a landmark. Until 1960, black entertainers could perform in Strip resorts but they couldn’t stay the night.
After a show, Sammy Davis Jr., Nat King Cole, and Pearl Bailey would be ushered out the back door and driven to the only area of Las Vegas that would house them, West Las Vegas.
Many stayed in the Harrison House, a tiny home that Genevieve Harrison began renting to black entertainers when she moved there in 1942.
The Las Vegas Planning Commission unanimously approved an application to add the home to the Las Vegas Historic Property Register. And the Nevada Board of Museums and History added the home to the state Register of Historic Places. Advocates now hope to get the house on the National Register of Historic Places. Nevada has more than 350 places on the national list, including the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign.
3 years ago Harrison House raised money and got the local businesses to support a Broadband Initiative for the area. The thought was if Harrison House could provide Free Access to bandwidth on Campus, the local and less fortunate population in the area could access City and State Services and other organizations
Details are sparse here but we can chat with the management to clear the details up, but apparently, it worked. Crive and activity were reduced in the area much to the surprise of those involved.
Local businesses continued to Support the Harrison House Broadband Initiative, and the local economy started at least to rebound.
Until someone built a building that blocked access to the signal.
And today they still have no access to internet
Harrison House would be a great opportunity to start a Non-Profit Innovation Center and begin to educate the less fortunate and offer to pay them to work, and access things called GIGs remotely, through the network.
Wireless networks provide security American Workers
– The Gig economy In a post-pandemic world, many job seekers will look towards the gig economy for answers.
Gig economy statistics show a free market system where organizations and independent workers engage in short-term work arrangements.
Data suggest that in 2017 the US gig economy had 55 million participants. It’s estimated that 36% of US workers take part in the gig economy and 33% of companies extensively use gig workers.
The gig economy definition encompasses all sorts of contingent work arrangements, for example:
- Independent contractors and professionals
- Temps (temporary contract workers)
The gig economy is not a new phenomenon—freelancers have been around for a while. So have consultants, temps, and so on. The reason why the gig economy has been under scrutiny for the past couple of years is that technology has lowered barriers to entry so much that “gigs” have become easily accessible to an unprecedented number of people.
What was perceived as a side hustle only a couple of years ago, turned into a trillion-dollar industry with millions of participants. But all of this is lost, without broadband.
The Summary –
The broadband market is ripe for change as traditional services fully mature and participants seek to maximize profitability and new revenue streams.
Consumers now value technology more than ever and are increasingly seeking out new applications including Wi-Fi services and various value-added bundled services.
The most significant events and trends that impact the broadband industry include disruptive technologies, changing consumer trends, and the competitive landscape.
The Solution –
4G/5G to Wi-Fi Mesh networks – Yes it works amazingly well I’m currently publishing on it. And checking email, and probably some youtube and some Netflix tonight.
A few routers and a press team would be needed.
Great Promotional opportunity here.
This would be the model for nonprofits
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