We’re excited to post the press release we just shared with our media friends on our recent jump in the Washington Business Journal Annual Chamber of Commerce Rankings.
Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce Ranks as Top Five in the Washington DC/ Metro Market
Lansdowne, VA – In the Annual Chamber of Commerce Rankings, as reported by the Washington Business Journal, the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce advanced three spots surpassing the Reston, Prince William County, and Arlington County Chambers. The Loudoun Chamber currently ranks 5th in the Metro region, up from the eighth position in 2014, and ranks second out of all Virginia Metro Region Chambers.
Based on these current rankings, the Loudoun Chamber ranks higher in total membership or total revenue than every other organization on the list with the exception of the DC Chamber, the overall largest Chamber in the region.
The Loudoun Chamber experienced significant growth in 2014 due in part to the success of the #UniteLoudoun Membership Campaign and the significant growth of the Public Policy, Business Women, and Health & Wellness initiatives.
“Being a top five Chamber in the DC Metro Region is rooted entirely of the success of our members,” said Tony Howard, President and CEO. “They are our committee chairs, volunteer leaders, sponsors, and active participants in all of our programs and initiatives. When our members achieve personal and professional success through the Chamber, they are able to impact our community in a multitude of positive ways. ”
The rankings, published each year, are based on the total revenue for each organization as published on the Form 990.