An Update from President & CEO, Tony Howard

by Andrea Winey

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” – Legendary civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   Dear Loudoun Chamber community: After observing the words and actions of so many Loudoun County business leaders, nonprofit professionals […]

An Update from President & CEO Tony Howard 3.13.2020

by Andrea Winey

March 13, 2020 – Stay updated on all info/resources regarding the Coronavirus here Dear Loudoun Chamber members: Given the severity of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and to help keep this virus from spreading further, the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s office will remain closed and all events postponed through April 10th. This office closure may be […]

EYE ON LOUDOUN: Envision Loudoun is YOUR plan!

by Andrea Winey

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 […]

2nd Annual Young Entrepreneurs Academy Results

by Penny Swan

Thursday, April 11, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: K.C. Repage O (571) 209-9033   Loudoun’s student entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas for money at Young Entrepreneurs Academy’s April 10th Investor Panel $5,000 in investment capital awarded to Loudoun’s Young Entrepreneurs Lansdowne, VA – Just like in the hit TV Show Shark Tank, a group […]

PRESS RELEASE: Loudoun Chamber Releases 2018 Public Policy Positions

by Andrea Winey

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  Eric Johnson, Government Relations Manager  //  571.209.9024 Lansdowne, VA – The Loudoun Chamber’s 2018 Public Policy Positions was released this week. The document can be found here. As the Chamber enters its 50th year, advocating in the public policy arena continues to be a key focus for the Chamber. Many of […]

MEDIA ALERT: Loudoun Chamber To Host Board of Supervisors Leaders

by Andrea Winey

January 04, 2018 Contact: Eric C. Johnson O (571) 209-9024 Loudoun Chamber To Host Board of Supervisors Leaders Chamber to Hold First PolicyMaker Series Event of 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Alert: Loudoun Chamber PolicyMaker Series: Board of Supervisors Breakfast WHAT: PolicyMaker Series: Board of Supervisors Breakfast WHO: Chair Phyllis Randall, Vice-Chair Ralph Buona, […]

New Interagency Program Links Technology Companies and State Government

by Andrea Winey

Shared by Conaway B. Haskins III, Extension Specialist, Economic & Entrepreneurial Development; Virginia Cooperative Extension | Virginia Tech Richmond Center On Monday, November 27, Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) has partnered with the Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) to research, share and evaluate businesses who have made advancements in information technology (IT) that may be […]

Brian’s Corner: “Out of Many, One”

by Andrea Winey

Blog series written by Government Affairs Manager Brian Fauls Join us on May 26th at Belmont Country Club, 8-10 a.m. — PolicyMaker Series: The State of the County featuring Chairwoman Phyllis Randall E. Pluribus Unum is the official motto of the United States, adopted by Act of Congress in 1782.  The phrase is generally translated to mean […]

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Brian’s Corner: The Struggle to Be a Voter

by Andrea Winey

Post by Brian Fauls, Government Affairs Manager   The Struggle to Be a Voter On Election Day in 1920, millions of American women exercised their right to vote for the first time.  It took activists and reformers nearly 100 years to win that right.  At one point, suffrage leader Lucy Burns was imprisoned at the Occoquan […]

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