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					    Colliers International
    Las Vegas - Tenant Representation Division
    Tena nt L e as i n g G ui de

    Provided by                                                                                                                                                                   1
    Taber Thill, SIOR                                                             The information furnished has been obtained from sources we deem reliable and
                                                                                  is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
    Senior Vice PresidentHoward Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169
                     3960                                                         has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                                                                                  verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.
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                                The indispensable handbook
                                            for commercial office space
              TABLE OF CONTENTS
              1: Allow us to introduce ourselves
                      The Tenant Leasing Guide                                                                                  2
                      About Colliers International - Tenant Representation Division                                             2
                      Why engage our services?                                                                                  2
              2: GETTING STARTED - AN EDUCATED DECISION
                      What are my options?                                                                                      3
                      Why should I relocate?                                                                                    3
                      How much will it cost?                                                                                    3
                      When should I start?                                                                                      4
                      Who should I involve?                                                                                     4
              3: THE OFFICE LEASING PROCESS
                      Four Steps to a successful outcome                                                                        5
                         Step 1: Determine your property needs                                                                  6-7
                         Step 2: Evaluate market alternatives                                                                   8
                         Step 3: Commit to premises                                                                             11
                         Step 4: Build-out design and project management                                                        12

              4: TOP TEN MOST COMMON MISTAKES                                                                                   13

              5: THE LANGUAGE OF LEASING
                      Frequently Asked Questions                                                                                14
                      Glossary of Terms                                                                                         15

              6. IMPORTANT LOCAL NUMBERS                                                                                        16

              7. SUBMARKET MAP                                                                                                  17

              8. RELOCATION CHECKLIST                                                                                           18




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                                                                                 has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                   3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169   verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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                               alloW Us To inTrodUce oUrselVes
     The Tenant Leasing Guide
     This step-by-step guide has been assembled to reflect Colliers International’s knowledge of the leasing
     process and its pitfalls. Complete with information on the transforming workplace, build-out designs and
     restoration costs, timelines and frequently asked questions. It is an essential handbook to ensure your
     decision to stay or go runs smoothly. When you consider that your next lease may run well into the next
     decade, it is critical to keep a longer term view of your business’ work environment needs.

     About Colliers International - Tenant Representation
     We are an award-winning team of office leasing professionals with intimate knowledge of the local and
     national leasing markets, tenant needs and the leasing process.
     At the forefront of our service is a commitment to delivering business accommodation solutions to meet
     your business needs - now and in the future. Your premises is more than an address, rather it is a platform
     to make business objectives a reality.
     Our consultants are equipped with the skills, knowledge and tools to intelligently assess your space solutions.
     We ensure that the leasing decision - whether to stay or relocate - is reached after effective assessment of
     your needs and market evaluation.
     Colliers International’s culture of knowledge sharing gives you access to the suite of skills required to make
     an informed leasing decision, including experts in workplace strategy and design, corporate real estate
     services, retail, industrial and investment sales.

     Why Engage Our Services?
     Through our engagement with clients, market intelligent reports and independent Office Tenant Surveys,
     Colliers International recognizes the rapid change in today’s business world. We have translated these new
     challenges in the search for the right office accommodation strategy. We see organizations becoming more
     concerned about issues such as environmental sustainability, business security and workplace culture.
     Working with the Colliers International Tenant Representation Division saves you the confusion of dealing
     with multiple agents, landlords and consultants.
     As opposed to the residential leasing process, office leasing practices allow you to work with one agent to
     seek all suitable options in the market. Our national database contains information on every prime office
     listing, agent and landlord so that we can exhaust the market to find the right option for your business,
     regardless of the leasing agents.
     We look forward to being of service to you.




                                                                                                                                           Taber Thill, SIOR
                                                                                                                                                Sr. Vice President
                                                                                                                                                702-836-3796
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                                                                                 is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                 has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                   3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169   verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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                       GeTTinG sTarTed - an edUcaTed decision
        When Considering New Office Premises, It Is Critical To Address The Following Questions:

      WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?
      Stay Put.
      If your current space satisfies your accommodation needs, but are drawing to the end of your lease, you may
      consider to ‘stay put’. You will need to ensure the space is available to extend the lease, and then negotiate
      a new lease with the building owner through your property manager or leasing representative.
      Relocate.
      The expiration of your lease could offer your business an exciting opportunity to transform your business
      and create new efficiencies by relocating to new premises.

      WHY SHOULD I RELOCATE?
      Business Needs.
      If your current space is too small, too large or inflexible relative to the way your organization works, then
      a new or re-engineered premises can act as a springboard for improved productivity and operational cost
      savings.
      Your organizational brand.
      The building which you occupy, and the build-out in your tenancy, speaks volumes about your business. A
      revitalized build-out or new premises can strengthen your employees’ sense of brand, attract new talent,
      and communicate your core values to clients and other stakeholders.
      Employee satisfaction and retention.
      Entrepreneurial businesses will consider the many positive hidden benefits they receive in repositioning
      their    business and people to better accommodations. Increases in staff morale lead to increases in staff
      productivity. Increases in staff productivity lead to increase in the bottom line of any business.

      HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
      Operational costs.
      Negotiation of rent and incentives are dependent on the equilibrium of the marketplace. In certain areas, the
      development cycle has created favorable circumstances for tenants considering relocation. To understand
      conditions in the office market visit www.lvcolliers.com/LVTR for access to our market reports.
      Build-Out and Restoration costs.
      Your entry and exit strategy to a lease contract can greatly affect the real cost of your commitment.
      Workplace design and build-out costs should be viewed as a business opportunity - a well-planned and
      executed build-out will adapt to your business growth and changing needs and minimize operational costs.
      A balance between the build-out costs and the benefit it yields to your business is therefore critical. In
      addition, restoration commitments have the potential to affect cash-flow when exiting a lease. These costs
      are covered in more detail in this Guide.


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                                                                                 is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                 has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                   3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169   verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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                       GeTTinG sTarTed - an edUcaTed decision
     WHEN SHOULD I START?
     Plan, plan, plan.
     Business continuity is the key when exploring office leasing options. Whether you decide to stay or go,
     knowledge is key. Allow sufficient time to ascertain your current situation, review other options, assess
     the marketplace context and possibly negotiate with your current landlord to ensure you optimize the end
     result.
     Timing.
     The period required to conduct this process ranges from five months as a minimum, to two years for larger
     businesses.

     WHO SHOULD I INVOLVE?
     Your internal steering committee should be chaired by a senior project leader, supported by decision-makers
     and influencers including human resources, IT, divisional heads and staff. You may wish to engage your
     staff with the likes of surveys and workshops to determine their current and future needs, work style and
     preferred location.
     Professional real estate and workplace designers’ advice is an important part of the project team skill set.
     This will arm you with insight into the marketplace, alternative options and the financial implications of the
     stay or go scenarios.
     For example, by providing knowledge of productivity-enhancing office build-outs, a skilled workplace strategy
     and designer can help with the decision-making process.
     We have put together the following step-by-step guide to assist in ensuring your next decision to stay or
     relocate runs smoothly.




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                                                                                 The information furnished has been obtained from sources we deem reliable and
                                                                                 is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                 has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                   3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169   verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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                                      The office leasinG process
                                      foUr sTeps To a sUccessfUl oUTcome

                           STEP 1                              Determine Your Property Needs

                                              Understand short & long term business needs. Confirm time path

                                                          Accommodation requirement evaluation

                                                                   Produce real estate brief
                           STEP 2                    Evaluate Market Alternatives.Relocate or Stay Put




                   relocate                                                                                                                       stay put

      Confirm accommodation requirement                                                                                       Consider existing premises as possible
                  evaluation                                                                                                               opportunity


            Brief preferred lessors                                                                                                         Brief existing lessor


    Conduct inspections of buildings & site
                                                                                                                            Reconfirm accommodation requirements
                   options

                                                                  Design consultation &
 Short-list options, engage services of design                                                                               Engage services of design consultant to
    consultant to evaluate space efficiency
                                                               build-out test-fits. Financial                                     re-evaluate space efficiency
                                                                comparison of proposals

       Begin offer/counter-offer process                                                                                         Begin offer/counter-offer process


      Reconfirm time and cost. Budget for                                                                                     Consider budget & appropriateness of
                reinstatement                                                                                                           re-configuration




                           STEP 3                        Commit to Premises Relocate or Stay Put

                                                                     Commit to premises

                                                               Complete lease documentation

                           STEP 4                         Build-out Design & Project Management

                                        Allow efficient time and budget to reinstate. Existing premises and restoration



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                                                                                      is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                      has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                     3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169      verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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                       sTep 1- deTermine YoUr properTY needs
     TAKING YOUR REQUIREMENT FROM NOTION TO MOTION
     Skipping the planning stage is one of the most commonly made mistakes by office leasing tenants. It is
     crucial to understand your business and workplace, and therefore, property requirements are through a
     process of evaluation and forecasting.

     ‘ORGANIZATIONAL BRIEFING’ - CONFIRM YOUR BUISNESS PLAN OBJECTIVES
     Office Leasing decisions should be considered with a medium to long term mindset with most leases not
     usually running less than three years. Therefore your property decisions should take a view of your business
     future requirements as well as today’s needs. Consider the following questions:
             •	 Is	your	business	growing?
             •	 Is	it	shrinking?
             •	 What	type	of	employees	will	you	have	in	the	future	and	how	will	you	attract	and	retain	them?
             •	 What	are	your	brand	values	and	how	will	you	be	positioning	yourselves	with	regards	to	Corporate	
                Social Responsibility?
             •	 How	might	your	business	practices	change	with	regards	to	knowledge	working	and	innovation?
             •	 What	 new	 Duty	 of	 Care	 requirements	 might	 emerge	 for	 your	 business	 and	 its	 directors/
                managers?
             •	 What	will	your	technology	requirements	be	in	three	years?
             •	 Are	you	considering	acquiring	or	merging	with	other	firms?
             •	 What	affect	will	moving	have	on	your	clients	and	staff?

     INVOLVE KEY INTERNAL DECISION MAKERS
     Assemble a team with a breadth of skills to drive the project. Consider involving your experts in IT, HR
     and Finance. They will be familiar with specific future trends and developments that may influence your
     requirements. Their involvement from the outset will help clarify and focus your brief and achieve internal
     buy-in.
     Be sure to appoint a project leader to liaise with your internal stakeholders as well as your agent.

     THE REAL ESTATE BRIEF
     A well-prepared Real Estate Brief will expedite your decision-making process. You will save considerable
     time by only inspecting and reviewing suitable properties. You will also have a framework to assess and
     compare options.First audit your existing premises and use the Real Estate Brief to document your desired
     situation.




                                Allow 1 to 2 weeks to assemble and brief key decision makers.                                                             2 Weeks
                                  Start                                           2 Weeks

                                                                Internal Decision Makers Involvement
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                                                                                    is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                    has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                   3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169      verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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                                          The office leasinG process
      WHAT SHOULD BE IN YOUR BRIEF?
      Your requirement brief should consider the following:
              •	    Size	of	space
              •	    Number	of	employees	(max	and	min)
              •	    Location
              •	    Building	services
              •	    Security	and	access
      The brief should be documented and used to evaluate options. Consider ranking each factor in terms of
      importance as you may have to compromise on some items - depending on the options available.

      KNOW YOUR LOCAL MARKET
      During this phase, familiarize yourself with local Office Market Conditions. By knowing the market vacancy
      rates, supply projections and indicative rentals, you will be in a better position to evaluate various proposals.
      Your Colliers International consultant can provide you with a commercial Office Market Presentation which
      details these factors or visit www.lvcolliers.com/LVTR.

                    “RESIDENTIAL MODEL”                                                                         “COMMERCIAL MODEL”
                     (or no preferred agent)                                                                     (with preferred agent)




                              YoU                                                                                              YoU


 Consultant        Owner         Agents          Lawyer          Architect




                   Option        Option           Option
                                                                                               Consultant               Owner                 Agents                Agents




                                                                                                             Option                             Option



                                   Allow 2 to 8 weeks to audit your current premises and develop your real estate brief.                                      10 Weeks
                                          2 Weeks                                     2 - 8 Weeks

                                                         Audit Current Situation & Develop Property Brief
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                                                                                        The information furnished has been obtained from sources we deem reliable and
                                                                                        is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                        has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                     3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169        verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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                         sTep 2 - eValUaTe markeT alTernaTiVes
     REAL ESTATE EVALUATION
     Release your brief to the market.
     Notify your existing property manager or Landlord advising them that you are considering relocating and
     why you are considering relocation.
     To avoid the hassle of dealing with multiple agents, empower your Colliers International Office Leasing
     consultant to approach the market on your behalf. With an intricate knowledge of the market, together with
     a well established network of agents and owners, a consultant can act as a single point of contact while still
     sourcing all space opportunities.
     Refer	to	the	diagram	(previous	page)	to	see	how	appointing	ONE	consultant	can	save	you	time.
     Inspect and evaluate alternative premises options, your current premises and prepare a shortlist.
     When analyzing alternative premises, consider timing, whether to lease or purchase and financial incentives
     which may be on offer. Your stay-put option should include expansion/contraction costs as well as potentially
     reconfiguring or completely refurbishing your workspace.
     Evaluate options against your brief, ensuring property options match your business objectives.




     FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
     There are several ways to compare leasing financials in American markets including:
     	        •	   Gross	effective	rent	per	square	foot	per	month/annum
     	        •	   Gross	face	rent	per	square	foot	per	month/annum
     	        •	   Net	rent	per	square	foot	per	month/annum
     	        •	   Refer	to	Frequently	Asked	Questions	(FAQ)	on	page	14	For	details	on	each.
     Look beyond the square foot rate on an offer. Some office space is highly efficient, enabling you to seamlessly
     accommodate your employees quota in less space. For example, you may require 5000 sq. ft. to accommodate
     your employees in one building while another may be able to house them comfortably in only 4000 sq. ft. In
     this instance, it does not make sense to compare the two options based on their rate per square foot.

                                 Allow at least 8 weeks to approach the market, review options and shortlist.                                               18 Weeks
                                        10 Weeks                                    8 Weeks

                                                         Approach Market and Shortlist Options
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                                                                                       The information furnished has been obtained from sources we deem reliable and
                                                                                       is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                       has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                    3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169        verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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                                        The office leasinG process
      COMPARE YOUR OPTIONS USING A LEASE ANALYSIS MODEL
      Colliers	International	has	developed	a	Lease	Analysis	Model	(LAM)	designed	to	compare	leasing	options	
      on a financial perspective. The model allows the comparison of lease proposals from multiple lessors,
      demonstrating	the	cost	of	the	financial	offer	(taking	into	consideration	incentives,	rent	and	term)	over	the	
      life of the lease.
      Ask your Colliers International consultant for a demonstration of LAM’s capabilities.

      WORKPLACE DESIGN AND FIT-OUT CONSIDERATIONS
      It’s not all about cost
      Don’t forget to consider the non-financial costs and benefits for each property option. Consider each
      option’s impact on factors such as staff productivity and communication, knowledge flow, corporate social
      responsibility.
      The costs associated are not always quantifiable, however they do play a significant role within this process
      and your clients’ business objectives. In today’s challenging business environment, it is a fundamental
      requirement that office architecture supports the intellectual work demanded of employees, and facilitates
      your organizations continuous improvement strategy. The office system must support your organizational
      change efficiency, effectively and with minimal redundancy.

      BUILT-OUT COSTS
      Attaining a build-out that is aligned with your organizations needs will depend on what components are
      necessary and what is discarded during the design phase. It is critical that all aspects included in the build-
      out are assessed to determine their contribution to the overall objectives.




                                Allow 16 weeks minimum for the offer/counter offer process.                                                              34 Weeks
                                       18 Weeks                                   16 Weeks

                                                                             Financial Analysis
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                                                                                    is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                    has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                   3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169      verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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     TEST-FIT OPTIONS - DETERMINE WORKSPACE EFFICIENCIES
     By conducting a design “test-fit” of the short-listed options, your workplace designer will determine your
     suitability to each property. This process produces sample fit-out designs prior to agreeing on terms.
     It	also	helps	determine	fit-out	costs	and	will	enable	you	to	compare	premises	options	on	financial	(eg.	fit-out	
     costs)	and	non-financial	(eg.	optimization	of	workplace	brief)	criteria	more	effectively.
     Your workplace designer can provide the following services during this critical evaluation phase:
              •	 Understand	inspection	of	site(s)	under	consideration	to	identify	current	general	conditions,	fit-
                 out constraints, views etc**
              •	 Conduct	a	detailed	existing	site	audit*
              •	 Assess	items	suitable	for	re-use	in	the	new	fit-out*
              •	 Identify	local	authority	approvals	and	Code	requirements	(may	require	the	engagement	of	other	
                 Consultants	as	necessary	and	subject	to	a	separate	fee)
              •	 Manage	building	services	audit	(requires	the	engagement	of	other	Consultants	as	necessary	and	
                 subject	to	a	separate	fee)
              •	 Prepare	‘stacking	and	blocking’	plan	if	required**
              •	 Prepare	preliminary	test	fit-out	layout**
              •	 Conduct	building	services	audits
              •	 Provide	an	opinion	of	cost	based	on	test	fit**
                            *Where agreed as part of the scope of services
                            **For the number of sites as agreed



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                                                                                                                         The information furnished has been obtained from sources we deem reliable and
                                                                                                                         is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                                                         has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                       3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169                                       verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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                                          sTep 3: commiT To premises
       REAL ESTATE ISSUES
       Proposal
       Once the particulars of a lease agreement have been
       negotiated, both parties will sign a “Letter of Intent”
       document. This document is not legally binding but is
       a gesture of “Good Faith” that terms have been agreed.
       When signed, this document will be used to brief solicitors
       so that official leases can be prepared. Importantly the
       document is a catalyst for ‘securing’ the premises and
       allows the tenant to negotiate some exclusivity over the
       vacancy.

       WORKPLACE DESIGN ISSUES
       When a lease agreement has been entered into, the
       workplace build-out process needs to be activated
       immediately.
       At this stage you should have completed:
       	      •	 Needs	analysis
       	      •	 Space	budgets
       	      •	 Test	fit
       This will enable you to engage a designer with accurate
       information regarding your organizations requirements.
       The sooner a designer is engaged, the greater the
       outcome will be. It is vital that this stage is viewed as
       an investment in the organizations future not merely a
       new build-out. The build-out should be linked in with the
       organizational strategy which will contribute positively
       to your workspace transformation.




                                 Allow 2 - 6 weeks minimum for completing lease documentation and commencing full design process.                       40 Weeks
                                        34 Weeks                                  6 Weeks

                                                                           Lease Documentation
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                                                                                   is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                   has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                    3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169    verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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           sTep 4: bUild-oUT desiGn and proJecT manaGemenT
     The final stage of the process provides the                                 CONTRACT ADIMINISTRATION/BUILD-OUT
     perfect opportunity to re-think office imperatives                          PHASE
     and prepare a brief for the envisaged space that
                                                                                   •	 Mange	the	delivery	process	and	administer	
     will promote your organizational effectiveness,
                                                                                      contracts
     community, communication and productivity.                                    •	 Appoint	all	approved	contractors	and	
     DESIGN DEVELOPMENT/AUTHORITIES                                                   suppliers including head build-out
                                                                                      contractor
     APPROVAL
                                                                                   •	 Co-ordination	of	all	required	meetings
         •	 Engage	and	brief	all	other	specialist	
            engineering consultants                                              PROJECT COMPLETION/DEFECTS
         •	 Commence	detailed	design                                             RECTIFICATION/OCCUPATION PHASE
         •	 Develop	finishes	selection                                             •	     Oversee	practical	completion
         •	 Short-list	furniture	selection                                         •	     Timely	issue	of	occupancy	certificate
         •	 Review	opinion	of	likely	cost                                          •	     Inspection	and	sign-off
         •	 Detail	program	preparation                                             •	                                                 	
                                                                                          Manage	identification	and	completion	of	all					
         •	 Prepare	documentation	for	building	owner	                                     outstanding and defective works
            and authorities                                                        •	     Cost	reporting	and	final	accounts
         •	 Council/authorities	liaison                                            •	     As-built	drawings,	operating,	guarantees	
         •	 Stakeholder	co-ordination                                                     and       warranties
         •	 Environmental	ratings	assessment                                       •	     Final	inspection	and	completion	of	works	at	
     DETAILED DESIGN AND DOCUMENTATION                                                    end of defects liability period
                                                                                   •	     Co-ordination	of	quality	control	inspections
     PHASE
                                                                                   •	     Cost	and	variation	management
         •	   Prepare	documentation	for	bid                                        •	     Project	manage	delivery	program
         •	   Finalize	furniture	selection
         •	   Stakeholder	co-ordination
         •	   Detail	finishes
         •	   Obtain	construction	certification	approvals
     BID/BID REVIEW PHASE
         •	   Determine	agreed	bid	panel
         •	   Bid	management	and	analysis
         •	   Review	and	assess	bid	responses
         •	   Submit	recommendation	for	client	approval




                                Allow 6 to 12 weeks for build-out design.                                                                               52 Weeks
                                      40 Weeks                                    12 Weeks

                                                                   Build-Out Project Management
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                                                                                   The information furnished has been obtained from sources we deem reliable and
                                                                                   is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                   has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
                   3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., Ste.150 | Las Vegas, Nevada 89169     verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange or execution of legal documents.

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                                    Top Ten mosT common misTakes
                                        most common mistakes made by office leasing tenants

Colliers International identified the top ten mistakes made by office tenants in a recent survey of its office
leasing consultants nation-wide. Interestingly, the top ten mistakes were consistent regardless of tenant
size or location. Could you be about to make some of the same mistakes?
     1. COMMENCING THE PROCESS TO LATE                                            7. ACTING TOO SLOWLY TO SECURE THE PREFERRED
     By failing to plan well in advance, you can find yourself in a poor          OPTION
     negotiating position - the shorter the lead time, the fewer the              Tenants often invest a considerable amount of time and
     options with which to leverage negotiation. Ideally, you should              effort going through the process of selecting a suitable
     aim to have three to four suitable options on your shortlist, well           accommodation option. Once your decision is made however, it
     ahead of your lease expiry.                                                  is imperative to “lock it away” quickly. Landlords will continue
     2. NOT HAVING A CLEAR REAL ESTATE BRIEF                                      to seek tenants for the space until a lease is signed and a bank
     It is imperative that you understand your company’s real estate              guarantee secured.
     needs, not just today but for the next few years. No doubt, you              8. NOT CONDUCTING A TEST-FIT
     expect your business to evolve over this period. Ensure that                 No two office buildings are the same. It is not possible to know
     your long term needs are being considered at the same time as                how a particular option will accommodate your business until
     your immediate requirements.                                                 a “test-fit” is conducted. If one premises can accommodate
     3. FOCUSING ENTIRELY ON FINANCIAL COSTS                                      more staff than another in an equivalent amount of space,
     Too often, business accommodation decisions are made                         then your total rental cost is lowered. You won’t know how the
     based on bottom line costs. Consider the costs associated                    options compare until you get a professional space planning
     with attracting and retaining good staff as property costs are               perspective for both premises.
     typically a distant number two to HR costs. If you lost 10% of               9. FAILING TO ALLOW FOR GROWTH SPACE
     your staff in a move, how much would it cost your business?                  You’re not in business to shrink. Most tenants expect their
     Does your property profile send the right message to clients?                business	to	grow	over	the	next	five	to	seven	years	(equating	
                                                                                  to	 the	 approximate	 length	 of	 your	 lease).	 It	 is	 important	 to	
     4. FAILING TO APPOINT A PROJECT LEADER                                       sufficiently forecast how your business is likely to change over
     A single point of contact will ensure the right message gets out             the full duration of lease or fit-out. Flexible lease terms and
     to the market and save time for all involved. Input from your                a realistic space budget will give you the latitude you need to
     Finance, HR and IT departments, plus the advice of lawyers,                  expand.
     architects and project managers is required. Appoint someone
     in your organization to take control of this process. Ideally, this          10. NOT APPRECITATING THAT THE BEST
     individual is not only well organized and a good communicator                OPPORTUNITIES ARE NOT ALWAYS CURRENTLY
     but has authority to sign off on major project stages.                       AVAILABLE
                                                                                  Though there are currently high vacancy rates in most major
     5. INCORRECTLY ESTIMATING THE SPACE REQUIRED                                 cities, there are sectors of every market that are very tight.
     Workplace trends are revolutionizing the way people work and                 If you require something very particular, you’ll have to allow
     the space required to set up an office. Only begin to inspect                plenty of time and be prepared to be very flexible in how
     premises once you have assessed your space requirements                      the deal is put together. In some cases, you may have to be
     with the assistance of a workspace designer. This will                       prepared to take on the risk of subleasing your own space or
     ensure that you’re looking for the right amount of space and                 extend your current location to wait for a tenant to vacate that
     will allow you to drive the cultural change via new ideas and                perfect location. A good property consultant will know what is
     advancements.                                                                becoming available and when - well before it is.
     6. NOT ALLOWING TIME FOR RESTORATION
     Should you decide to move, you will probably be required to
     restore your current premises. This simply means returning your
     premises to its original condition. This can take considerable
     time and is a commitment often underestimated or overlooked
     by tenants. You don’t want to be paying a premium post-expiry
     rent while builders complete your restoration obligations.


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                                                                                      is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                      has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
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                                             The lanGUaGe of leasinG
                                                      freQUenTlY asked QUesTions

     HOW CAN I NEGOTIATE THE BEST DEAL?                                           WHAT ADDITIONAL COSTS AM I RESPONSIBLE FOR OVER
     By carefully selecting the right properties on your shortlist you            AND ABOVE THE BASE YEAR?
     can create a competitive environment whereby the best rent                   The Lessee will be responsible for a proportion of any increases
     can be achieved. Your Colliers International consultant can                  in the total operating expenses relative to the year or the part
     assist throughout this process.                                              thereof.
     HOW MUCH SPACE WILL I NEED?                                                  The proportion will be calculated in accordance with the
     The amount of space required will vary depending on the                      Lessee’s percentage contribution as specified in the lease.
     nature of your business and the ‘efficiency’ of the space you                Operating expenses will be defined in the lease and will vary
     end up selecting. As a rule of thumb you will require roughly                from building to building. The base year is the nominated year
     between 150ft² and 200ft² of space per employee.                             stated in the lease. This may be updated subject to the rental
     HOW CAN I BE SURE THAT ALL PROPERTIES LISTED WILL                            review clause in the lease.
     BE SHOWN AS AN OPTION?                                               WHAT ARE THE RENT REVIEW PATTERNS FOR THE TERM
     1. You will be in the driver’s seat throughout the entire            AS WELL AS THE OPTION PERIOD?
     process. Your Colliers International consultant will simply          Most Lessors will have a standardized lease proposal for their
     present all    suitable options to you and save you the time         building, including a rent review pattern pre-agreed in light of
     and inconvenience of inspecting unsuitable options and dealing       the Lessor’s own objectives and current market conditions.
     with multiple agents, architects and consultants. You will still     Typically, the two most significant influencing factors on rent
     create the shortlist and                                             review patterns are lease term and the commencing rental.
     make the decisions.                                                  Rent review methods may include fixed increases, structured
     2. If you choose to work with a Colliers International consultant increases	or	reviews	to	market	levels	(with	or	without	a	ratchet	
     as your preferred agent, you will ensure they receive a fee from clause).
     the	 building	 owner	 (regardless	 of	 who	 the	 owner	 or	 leasing	 A ratchet clause ensures that the reviewed rental can be no
     agent	is).	By	working	with	us	as	your	preferred	agent	you	are	 less than the previous year’s rental, CPI plus a fixed percentage,
     empowering us to negotiate with ALL owners and agents in and often comprise a combination of these throughout the term
     the market to find the most suitable accommodation for your of a lease.
     business.                                                            Lessees will typically request an option period as part of the
                                                                          lease negotiation, allowing them to extend their occupation
     WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN: GROSS RENT beyond the initial lease term. It is advisable to agree on the rent
     AND NET RENT, FACE RENT AND EFFECTIVE RENT?                          review pattern for this term as part of the initial negotiations.
     GROSS RENT is the rent calculated inclusive of all building out Both parties should agree to establish the review pattern for
     going costs. The tenant usually pays the increases in outgoings. the option period within six to nine months of the expiry of the
     NET RENT is the rent calculated exclusive of building outgoing initial lease term.
     costs.	Under	a	net	lease	outgoings	are	still	payable	but	paid	by	
     the tenant separately to the net rent.                               WHEN DOES MY COMPANY BECOME LEGALLY BOUND? OR,
     FACE RENT the rent calculated before taking into account WHEN DOES THE AGREEMENT BECOME LEGALLY BINDING?
     incentives or increases. This rent is stated in the lease.           During a typical lease negotiation, leasing proposals are used
     EFFECTIVE RENT is the rent calculated across the full term of as a medium to determine terms and conditions acceptable to
     the lease after taking into account the effect of an incentive.      both Lessor and Lessee. This will lead to a ‘Letter of Intent’
     EFFECTIVE RENT = FACE RENT – INCENTIVES                              document, outlining the final position of both parties. At this
     GROSS	RENT	=	NET	RENT	+	OUTGOINGS                                    stage, both the Lessee and Lessor are not usually legally bound
                                                                          to	commit	to	the	premises	(unless	otherwise	stipulated	in	the	
     WILL I BE ABLE TO SUBLEASE OR ASSIGN MY LEASE?                       documentation	to	date)	however,	the	Letter	of	Intent	document	
     Most commercial leases allow the Lessee to sublease or assign provides a framework by which the Lessor is to instruct legal
     their premises. Typically, the Lessor is unable to unreasonably council to prepare formal lease documentation.
     withhold consent to the sublease/assignment. A prudent Lessor The signing of the formal lease document will legally bind
     however will consider the strength of covenant being offered by the Lessee to the lease. This is accompanied by the provision
     the incoming tenant and will be reluctant to accept a sublease/ of		consideration	(typically	by	way	of	a	bank	guarantee).	The	
     assignment where their financial position and/or security will signing of the lease document by the Lessor will typically bind
     be reduced as a result of the sublease/assignment.                   the Lessor to the lease unless otherwise agreed or stipulated.


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                                                                                      is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                      has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
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                                                The lanGUaGe of leasinG
                                                                  GlossarY of Terms
LEED (LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN )                                INCENTIVE
The	 Leadership	 in	 Energy	 and	 Environmental	 Design	 (LEED)	 Green	              An inducement offered by the Lessor to attract new tenants to the building.
Building Rating System™ encourages and accelerates global adoption                   Can	be	offered	in	a	variety	of	ways	(e.g.	rent	free,	tenant	improvement	
of sustainable green building and development practices through the                  allowance	etc).
creation and implementation of universally understood and accepted tools             LESSOR
and performance criteria.                                                            That party, governing the formal lease documentation at a particular
LEED is a third-party certification program and the nationally accepted              property, typically the owner or owner’s representative.
benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high performance
green buildings. LEED gives building owners and operators the tools they             LESEE
need to have an immediate and measurable impact on their buildings’                  That party, whose name appears on the formal lease document, binding
performance. LEED promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability               themselves to the terms and conditions stated therein. Otherwise known
by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental              as tenant.
health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency,              MODIFIED GROSS LEASE
materials selection and indoor environmental quality. LEED is administered           Rental agreement that is similar to full service; however, operating
by	the	United	States	Green	Building	Council	which	can	be	found	at	www.               expenses, taxes and insurance are included in the tenant’s base rent,
usgbc.org.                                                                           utilities, specifically electricity, and interior janitor service are not included.
ASSIGNMENT                                                                           The covered expenses are controlled by either a base year or an expense
The	transfer	of	the	right,	title	and	interest	in	property	of	one	person	(the	        stop.
assigner)	to	another	(the	assignee).                                                 OPTION
BASE YEAR                                                                            The Lessee’s right to renew a lease for an agreed period of time prior to
A Base Year is typically utilized in multi-tenant full service and modified          expiry of the initial lease.
gross office building leases to determine “base” cost for operating                  RATCHET CLAUSE
expenses within the project. The base operating expense is the floor over            The mechanism whereby the rent upon review cannot decrease.
which any increases in operating expenses will be passed on to the tenant
of the building. In general, a base year is calculated on a calendar year            RENT ESCALATION
basis, but this is a negotiable point. It is always better to try and establish      The method by which your rent can vary during the term of the lease.
the base year as the first 12 months of Tenant’s occupancy. Landlords are            Can be either a market review, a predetermined figure or fixed to an index
hesitant to agree with this because it causes an accounting problem to have          such as the CPI. The review structure for the duration of the lease period
different tenants with different base years in a multi-tenant building.              is agreed prior to lease commencement.

CAP AND COLLAR                                                                       RENTABLE SQUARE FEET
A term and method used in some market review clauses. It is a mechanism              Measurement on which a tenant’s rent is usually based. It is computed
that puts a nominated ‘cap’ or maximum amount by which the rent can                  by	 adding	 a	 percentage	 (called	 load	 factor)	 of	 common	 areas	 such	 as	
be increased, or a ‘collar’, the maximum the rent can decrease, on the               bathrooms, hallways, main lobbies, etc., to the tenant’s usable square
nominated market review date. As the commercial office leasing markets               feet.
strengthen, these review methods become increasingly uncommon.                       RESTORATION
DEVELOPMENT APROVAL                                                                  The Lessee’s obligation to reinstate the tenancy prior to expiry of the
Approval from the local council with regard to zoning or changes in the              lease.
permitted use of the premises.                                                       SUBLEASE
EXPENSE STOP                                                                         The mechanism under the provisions of the lease allowing the lessee to
An expense stop allows a Landlord to estimate the approximate expenses               find a suitable replacement tenant. This is subject to lessor approval and
the building will incur and the tenant is responsible for payment of their           unless specifically stated, does not limit your legal responsibilities during
proportionate share of actual operating expenses over the estimated                  the term of the lease.
expense stop. Tenants should always request historical operating                     TENANT’S USABLE SQUARE FEET
expense estimates to prevent unexpectedly high operating expense pass-               Area actually occupied by a tenant, computed as the square footage
throughs.                                                                            contained	 within	 partitions	 or	 walls	 (called	 demising	 partitions)	 that	
FULL SERVICE GROSS LEASE                                                             separate two tenants or a tenant and the corridor.
A rental agreement in which the Landlord is responsible for the payment              TRIPLE NET LEASE (NNN)
of taxes, maintenance, insurance and utilities. The tenant is typically              Rental	agreement	in	which	the	tenant	(lessee)	pays	all	the	operating	costs	
responsible for their own property insurance and taxes and any excess                including insurance, maintenance, utility expenses, and property taxes of
utility consumption beyond building standards. The tenant is also                    the	rented	property	and	the	landlord	(lessor)	receives	a	net	rent.
responsible for their proportionate share of and increase in base operating
expenses over a base year or expense stop.

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                                                                                         has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
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                                          imporTanT local nUmbers

GOVERNMENT INFORMATION
Clark	County	                                                              www.accessclarkcounty.com	                                               (702)	455-4011
City	of	Las	Vegas	                                                         www.lasvegasnevada.gov	                                                  (702)	229-6011
City	of	North	Las	Vegas	                                                   www.cityofnorthlasvegas.com	                                             (702)	633-1007
City	of	Henderson	                                                         www.cityofhenderson.com	                                                 (702)	267-2323
State of Nevada                                                            www.nv.gov
Nevada	Secretary	of	State	                                                 www.sos.state.nv.us	                                                     (775)	684-5708
Nevada	State	Legislature	                                                  www.leg.state.nv.us	                                                     (702)	486-2626
Clark	County	Health	District	                                              www.cchd.org	                                                            (702)	759-1000
Nellis	Air	Force	Base	                                                     www.nellis.af.mil	                                                       (702)	652-1110
McCarran	International	Airport	                                            www.mccarran.com	                                                        (702)	261-5211
Nevada	Department	of	Transportation	                                       www.nevadadot.com	                                                       (775)	888-7000
Regional	Transportation	Commission	of	Southern	Nevada	                     www.rtcsouthernnevada.com	                                               (702)	676-1500
United	States	Green	Building	Council	(LEED)	                               www.usgbc.org	                                                           (800)	795-1747

UTILITIES
Southwest	Gas	                                                             www.swgas.com	                                                           (702)	365-1555
Las	Vegas	Valley	Water	District	                                           www.lvvwd.com	                                                           (702)	870-2011
Southern	Nevada	Water	Authority	                                           www.snwa.com	                                                            (702)	862-3400
Nevada	Energy	                                                             www.nvenergy.com	                                                        (702)	402-5555
Cox	Communications	                                                        www.cox.com/lasvegas	                                                    (702)	933-9849
CenturyLink	                                                               www.centurylink.com	                                                     (800)	366-8201
Republic	Services	                                                         www.republicservicesvegas.com	                                           (702)	735-5151

BUSINESS INFORMATION
Las	Vegas	Chamber	of	Commerce	                                             www.lvchamber.com	                                                                     	
                                                                                                                                                    (702)	735-1616															
North	Las	Vegas	Chamber	of	Commerce	                                       www.nlvchamber.org	                                                      (702)	642-9595
Henderson	Chamber	of	Commerce	                                             www.hendersonchamber.com	                                                (702)	565-8951
Nevada	Development	Authority	                                              www.nevadadevelopment.org	                                               (888)	466-8293
Las	Vegas	Convention	and	Visitors	Authority	                               www.lvcva.com	                                                           (702)	892-0711
Better	Business	Bureau	of	Southern	Nevada	                                 www.southernnevada.bbb.org	                                              (702)	320-4500
Nevada	Small	Business	Development	Center	                                  www.nsbdc.org	                                                           (702)	895-4270
Nevada	Commission	on	Tourism	                                              www.travelnevada.com	                                                    (800)	638-2328

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
SIOR	-	Society	of	Industrial	Office	Realtors	                 www.sior.com	                                                                         (202)	449-8200
ULI	-	Urban	Land	Institute	                                   www.uli.org	                                                                          (702)	798-5156
NAIOP	-	National	Association	of	Industrial	Office	Properties	 www.naiop.org	                                                                        (702)	798-7194
CCIM	-	Certified	Commercial	Investment	Member	                www.ccim.com	                                                                         (312)	321-4460
USGBC	-	U.S.	Green	Building	Council	                          www.usgbc.org	                                                                        (800)	795-1747




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                                                                                 is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although Colliers Nevada, LLC
                                                                                 has no reason to doubt its accuracy, we do not guarantee it. All information should be
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                           A step by step guide to the relocation process
             preliminary                                                                r Schedule post move training for security, fire, and
                                                                                               life safety procedures at the new facility
               r Notify present landlord of termination date
                                                                                        r      Distribute access cards and keys for new
               r Advise staff of date and location of move
                                                                                               premises
               r Create a master change-of-address list
             pre-move - General                                                    moving day
                                                                                        r Arrange with the building manager to have the air
               r Pre-book elevators and loading docks for moving                               conditioning in operation during the move
                   day
                                                                                        r Remove computer equipment (server) and phone
               r   Tender and award moving contract                                            system prior to arrival of movers and commence
               r   Tender and award telephone and computer                                     reinstallation at new site
                   cabling                                                              r      Draft an emergency contact list for vendors/
               r   Inventory existing furniture                                                suppliers
               r
               r
                   Pre-order any new office furniture and equipment
                   Order new stationary
                                                                                   post move
               r   File change-of-address forms with post office and
                                                                                        r Re-Install and test telephone system
                   forward mail                                                         r Distribute new phone list and map showing location
                                                                                               of different departments
               r   Check your insurance coverage for the move
                                                                                        r      Re-Install and test all computers
               r   Confirm the Certificate of Occupancy and any other
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                   required permits or licenses have been obtained                      r      Do a detailed walk-through of the premises and
                                                                                               report any damage to the moving company
               r   Mail moving notices—banks, clients and customers,
                   accounts receivable and payable etc.                                 r      Transfer your insurance to the new location. Obtain
                                                                                               Certificates of Insurance from your insurance
               r   Hold a project team meeting at new premises three
                                                                                               company
                   weeks prior to move
                                                                                        r      Reconfirm the termination of old leases and the
               r   Schedule public relations effort, including plans for
                                                                                               return of security deposits
                   news releases, articles
                                                                                        r      Collect all parking passes, security cards and
               r   Change locks / access codes
                                                                                               keys for the old facility. Confirm the return of any
               r   Decide on security procedures for the move                                  deposits held my the landlord for these items
               r   Arrange for listing on lobby directory of new                        r      Audit final invoices against contracts and progress
                   building                                                                    payments and pay retention
               r   Arrange for post-move cleaning                                       r      Complete and file all warranty information for all
             pre-move - internal                                                        r
                                                                                               new furniture and equipment
                                                                                               Update fixed asset accounting system for any new
               r Organize a “staff moving committee” if appropriate
                                                                                               furniture and equipment purchased
                   and delegate responsibilities
                                                                                        r	     Confirm change of address corrections made
               r Finalize new seating plan and identify each location
                   so labels can be prepared                                            r	     Schedule press release and client announcement
                                                                                               (if different from moving notice)
               r   Develop a master relocation project schedule
               r   Schedule and implement a regular program
                                                                                                                               Provided by:
                   of clean-up (purge files, dispose of worthless
                   material)                                                                             The Tenant representation
               r   Schedule staff for unpacking                                                            division of las Vegas
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               r   Arrange for off-site storage of old files
               r   Pack and label all contents                                                                       Taber Thill,       sior
               r   Arrange for staff to tour new premises                                                              Senior Vice President
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                                   61 Countries on 6 Continents
THE AMERICAS                              EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA                  ASIA PACIFIC
United States          Santa Rosa, CA     Albania       Ireland          East London    Australia        Indonesia
Akron, OH              Scottsdale, AZ     Tirana        Dublin           Johannesburg   Adelaide         Jakarta
Allentown, PA          Seattle, WA                                                      Albury
                       Somerset, NJ       Austria       Israel           Spain                           Japan
Ann Arbor, MI                                                            Madrid         Brisbane
                       St. Charles, MO    Vienna        Tel Aviv                                         Osaka
Atlanta, GA                                                                             Cairns
                                                                         Sweden                          Tokyo
Bakersfield, CA        St. Louis, MO      Belgium       Italy                           Canberra
Baltimore, MD          St. Paul, MN       Antwerp       Milan            Gothenburg     Coffs Harbour    Korea
Bellevue, WA           Stamford, CT       Brussels      Rome             Malmo          Darwin           Seoul
Bentonville, AR        Stockton, CA                                      Stockholm      Gold Coast
Boise, ID              Sun Valley, ID     Bulgaria      Latvia                          Melbourne        Macau
                       Tacoma, WA         Sofia         Riga             Switzerland
Boston, MA
                                          Varna                          Basel          Newcastle        New Zealand
Carlsbad, CA           Tampa, FL                        Lithuania                       Palmerston       Auckland
                       Teaneck, NJ                                       Geneva
Charleston, SC                            Croatia       Vilnius          Winterthur     Penrith          Christchurch
Charlotte, NC          Walnut Creek, CA   Dubrovnik                                     Perth            Hamilton
Chicago, IL            Washington, DC     Split
                                                        Montenegro       Zurick
                                                                                        Sunshine Coast   Mt. Maunganui
Cincinnati, OH         Wilmington DE      Zagreb
                                                        Podgorica        Turkey         Sydney           Napier
Conshohocken, PA                                        Netherlands      Istanbul       Tamworth
                       Argentina          Czech         Amsterdam
                                                                                                         North Shore
Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX                                                                    Toowoomba        Palmerston
Dayton, OH
                       Buenos Aires
                                          Republic      Eindhoven        Ukraine        Townsville
                                                                         Kyiv                            South Auckland
Denver, CO             Brazil             Prague        Norway                          Whangarei        Tauranga
Detroit, MI            Rio de Janeiro
                                          Denmark       Oslo             United         Wodonga          Wellington
Fairfield, CA          Sao Paulo                                                        Wollongong
                                          Aalborg       Poland           Arab                            Pakistan
Fort Myers, FL         Canada
Gaithersburg, MD
                                          Aarhus        Krakow           Emirates       China            Cebu
                       Calgary            Copenhagen    Warsaw           Abu Dhabi      Beijing          Karachi
Gilroy, CA             Edmonton           Odense        Wroclaw          Dubai          Chengdu
Greenville, SC         Halifax            Vejle                                         Guangzhou        Philippines
Hartford, CT           Kelowna                          Portugal         United         Shanghai         Manila
Honolulu, HI           Kitchener          Estonia       Lisbon           Kingdom
Houston, TX                               Tallinn       Madeira                         Hong Kong        Singapore
                       London                                            Belfast
Indianapolis, IN       Moncton            Finland       Porto            Birmingham     India            Taiwan
Jacksonville, FL       Montreal                                                                          Taipei
Kansas City, MO                           Helsinki      Qatar            Bristol        Bangalore
                       Ottawa                           Doha             Cambridge      Chennai          Thailand
Las Vegas, NV          Regina             France                         Cardiff        Gurgaon
Little Rock, AR                                                                                          Bangkok
                       Saskatoon          Bordeaux      Romania          Cirencester    Kolkata
Los Angeles, CA        Surrey             Brest         Bucharest                                        Vietnam
                                                                         Edinburgh      Mumbai
Louisville, KY         Toronto            Caen                                                           Ho Chi Minh City
                                                        Russia           Glasgow        New Delhi
McLean, SC             Vancouver          Lorient
                                                        Moscow           Leeds          Pune
Memphis, TN            Victoria           Lyon
                                                        St. Petersburg   London
Miami, FL              Winnipeg           Montpellier                    Manchester
Milwaukee, WI                             Nantes        Saudi Ara-
                       Chile                                             Norwich
Minneapolis, MN                           Paris
Nampa, ID              Santiago           Pau           bia              Plymouoth
                                                        Jeddah           Reading
Nashville, TN                             Rennes
New Haven, CT
                       Colombia                         Riyadh           Southampton
                       Bogota             Toulouse                       Uxbridge
New York, NY
                       Medellin           Germany       Serbia
Oakland, CA                                             Belgrade
Olympia, WA            Costa Rica         Berlin
                                          Dusseldorf    Nis
Orlando, FL            San Jose
Palo Alto, CA                             Frankfurt     Slovak
                       Mexico             Hamburg
Parsippany, NJ
                       Cancun             Munich
                                                        Republic
Philadelphia, PA                                        Bratislava
                       Ciudad Juarez      Stuttgart
Phoenix, AZ
Pleasanton, CA
                       Guadalajara
                                          Greece        South Af-
                       Leon
Portland, OR
                       Mexico City        Athens        rica
Princeton, NJ                                           Cape Town
Raleigh, NC
                       Monterrey          Hungary       Durban
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Reno, NV
                       Puebla             Budapest
                       Queretaro
Roseville, CA
                       Reynosa
Sacramento, Ca
                       Tijuana
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA      Peru
San Jose, CA           Lima

				
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