Mental Health Resources

by Andrea Winey

The Loudoun Chamber is exceptionally proud that our Health & Wellness Committee is presenting “Mental Illness – Breaking the Stigma,” a discussion with area mental health experts that will focus on the importance of breaking down the stigmas and stereotypes associated with behavioral health disorders. Though this event was created by local business leaders for […]

Get Ready: Be Prepared for Hurricane Florence, or Any Emergency

by Andrea Winey

As state and local communities on the East Coast await the arrival of Hurricane Florence later this week, remember that your business and family have an important role to play in making sure Loudoun County and Virginia successfully meet this threat. County officials are telling residents and businesses to expect the storm may bring heavy […]

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Loudoun Chamber Announces 27 Finalists for 24th Annual Small Business Awards

by Andrea Winey

For Immediate Release: Friday, September 7, 2018 People’s Choice Award Voting Begins Monday, September 10th Lansdowne, VA– The Loudoun Chamber today announced the names of the 27 finalists selected to compete in sevenindustry categories in the 24thAnnual Loudoun Small Business Awards.  Finalists for the Small Business Awards top honors, the Loudoun Entrepreneur and The Small […]

Is Your Teen Overwhelmed? Help Them Learn Stress Management

by Andrea Winey

Thank you to Angie Harris of Insight Into Action Therapy for this blog post. Join us for the upcoming Health and Wellness event, “Mental Illness: Breaking the Stigma” on September 18, 2018. Learn More   Did you know that 1 in 3 teens will meet the diagnosis criteria for Anxiety by the age of 18? […]

Eye on Loudoun: Better Roads Coming Soon!

by Eric C. Johnson

The Loudoun Chamber has long advocated for sustainable, long-term regional and statewide transportation funding. Therefore the Chamber was thrilled to hear that the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) is going to invest in regional solutions that will move more of our residents in a cost-effective manner. The NVTA recently announced more than $500 million in […]

EYE ON LOUDOUN: Envision Loudoun is YOUR plan!

by Eric C. Johnson

Do you have a one-year plan? What about a five-year plan? Perhaps you are thinking of when you will retire, or about helping your children go to college and get their first house. Did you know that Loudoun County is putting together a 20 year plan for how the County will grow and what it […]

Acts of Valor: Loudoun Chamber honors 178 local heroes at 33rd Annual Loudoun County Valor Awards

by Penny Swan

                                Monday, April 23, 2018 Contact: Andrea Lucas, Senior Communications Manager, Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce (571) 209-9034 alucas@loudounchamber.org   Acts of Valor: Loudoun Chamber honors 178 local heroes at 33rd Annual Loudoun County Valor Awards April 20th   Recently retired Fire Chief Keith Brower honored with Stu Plitman Community Service Award; 18 civilians […]

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Quadruple your Money: Every Dollar Donated to Loudoun Chamber Foundation Turns Into $4 on May 1

by Andrea Winey

April 13, 2018 Contact: Tony Howard M (7030 470-0792 thoward@loudounchamber.org  Quadruple your Money: Every Dollar Donated to Loudoun Chamber Foundation Turns Into $4 on May 1 Claude Moore Foundation, Toth Financial and Loudoun Chamber pledge $5,000 each to match donations made to Loudoun Chamber Foundation during GiveChoose 2018 Loudoun, VA – Thanks to the generosity […]

Eye on Loudoun: PACE Program in Loudoun

by Eric C. Johnson

Another victory was recently scored in Loudoun County – the Loudoun Board of Supervisors (BOS) passed a motion to begin developing a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program. The Loudoun Chamber has communicated with the BOS on this subject during the last year or so, and Chair Phyllis Randall cited the Chamber’s support of the […]

Statement by organizations representing Loudoun County’s business community

by Andrea Winey

  Monday, February 19, 2018 We, the undersigned representatives of organizations that serve Loudoun County’s business community, are committed to ensuring our community secures and maintains a healthy and prosperous quality of life that serves the best interests of all our citizens. Among the hallmarks of a healthy and prosperous quality of life are a […]

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