Larry Ruvo (1946) is the VP/GM of Southern Wine and Spirits of Nevada. He is a wine expert and philanthropist. He founded the Keep Memory Alive foundation and the The Lou Ruvo Brain Institute. He serves on the American Gaming Association Board of Directors and is a member of the Gaming Hall of Fame (2005). He is married and has three daughters.
Ruvo spent the early part of his career managing the Los Angeles Playboy Club, working at The Venetian Restaurant, Sahara Hotel and Caesars Palace Hotel. In 1970 with partner Steve Wynn he formed a liquor distributorship. That operation grew into Southern Wine and Spirits of Nevada.
After the death of his father in 1994, Ruvo worked towards establishing a cognitive disease center, which resulted in his funding of the The Lou Ruvo Brain Institute.
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