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Loudoun Chamber Announces VA Small Business Alliance as New Member Benefit

Partnership with VA Chamber offers Loudoun Chamber small businesses members added clout in Richmond
 
Loudoun Chamber joins Statewide Small Business Alliance of 27,000 small firms, creating a big impact on Virginia’s Business Climate
 
Leesburg, Virginia - The Loudoun Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce valuable new benefit to help Loudoun’s small businesses stay informed and get involved on the issues that are impacting Virginia’s business climate.
 
The Loudoun Chamber has joined the Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s “Small Business Alliance,” which allows Loudoun’s small businesses to access the Virginia Chamber’s powerful array of business advocacy resources and information.
 
“We are proud to join the Virginia’s Chamber’s “Small Business Alliance,” and to offer our small business members access to the most influential pro-business advocate in the Commonwealth. Every day, decisions are made in Richmond that impact the economy and quality of life in Loudoun County. Loudoun’s small businesses should have a say in how those decisions are made,” said Loudoun Chamber President Tony Howard.
 
“Small businesses are the driving force behind Virginia’s economic growth and job creation. They are also form the core of the Virginia Chamber’s grassroots efforts to shape pro-business public policies in the Commonwealth. We are proud to add the Loudoun Chamber to this formidable Alliance of 88 local and Regional Chambers and more than 27,000 small businesses across Virginia,” said Virginia Chamber President & CEO Barry Duval.
 
The Virginia’s Chamber’s “Small Business Alliance” is a partnership of 88 local and regional chambers that are working together to ensure that small businesses have a seat at the table when decisions are made at the state level. The Alliance is available to Loudoun Chamber members with 10 employees or fewer. Among the benefits they will receive are:
  • Insights from the Virginia Chamber’s Public Policy and Government Affairs team, including:
    • Chamber Briefings: Virginia Chamber e-Newsletter sent weekly during the General Assembly and monthly year-round
    • Virginia Chamber Policy Team Action Alerts
    • COVID-19 Resource and Informal Updates.​
  • Invitation to participate in policy events, meetings, and other opportunities to provide stakeholder feedback.
  • Opportunities to help shape Virginia’ economic development agenda, through the:
    • Blueprint Virginia 2030 Development Process
    • Get Virginians Back to Work Initiative
  • ​Access to join statewide coalitions and initiatives.
  • Representation before General Assembly on issues that affect small business.
  • Access to Early Bird Registration Fees for Virginia Chamber Signature Events.
  • Exclusive Group Rate Pricing for Chamber Day at the Capitol.
  • Access to The Election Center, including where candidates stand on business issues.
For more information on the Loudoun Chamber, visit www.LoudounChamber.org.
 
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