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Tuesday, August 28, 2018
For Immediate Release August 28, 2018   Contact: Andrea Winey Sr. Communications Managerawiney@loudounchamber.org 571.209.9034    Tony howard Earns Elite CHAMBER CertificationLoudoun Chamber leader part of latest Certified Chamber Executive class  Lansdowne, VA (August 22, 2018) — Tony Howard, President and CEO of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, has been ...read more
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Wednesday, March 07, 2018
Article from Loudoun Now The challenge is on. The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce has opened its annual Healthy Business Challenge and it’s not just for members. The initiative is designed to promote wellness programs that help make employees feel more valued, and, in turn, enjoy better work performance. The healthy business challenge is an online scorecard that is quick and easy to fill ...read more
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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Article published by Loudoun Now, Monday, February 19, 2018 The conversation among Loudoun business leaders began in the days after the Charlottesville riot last year and it stepped up as anti-Semitic and racist fliers appeared in the driveways of Loudoun homes. How should they react if these extremists sought to infiltrate Loudoun? This week, they released a formal statement denouncing the ...read more
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Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Meals Tax Bills Defeated in State Legislature Loudoun Tribune, February 8, 2018 Read More Here State legislation that would have allowed officials to add a county-wide tax on food bought in local restaurants without voter approval has been killed thanks in part to lobbying by business officials. Leesburg and other towns within the county already have meals taxes, which are collected in addition ...read more
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Tuesday, February 13, 2018
 Virginia Proposed Meals Tax Hike TV Spot & article from LocalDVM, located hereLANSDOWNE, Va. - One of Virginia's most profitable industries is now speaking out after a proposed meal tax hike put out by the general assembly. The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce and other industry leaders are advocating on behalf of restaurants and voters while fighting against these bills.   TV Spot & ...read more
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