There's more to Vegas than bright lights, roulette and Tom Jones. A group of angel investors is singing Las Vegas' praises as a hotspot for high-tech investment. Vegas Valley Angels, a nonprofit group established in January 2003, has focused its efforts on recruiting companies from less flashy locations to relocate to this city better known for high-rollers than an entrepreneurship.

The group is most interested in investing in fledgling businesses that are on the slow and stabile path to growth -- certainly not your traditional venture capital strategy. Visit the group's website for more information.