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IKEA Launches Fourth Season of “IKEA Home Tour”

Provided by IKEA IKEA has launched the fourth season of its successful “IKEA Home Tour.” This fall, a team of IKEA design experts, the “Home Tour Squad,” will hit the road again to help Americans tackle their everyday furnishing and design challenges based on their personal needs and dreams. The Squad will travel to four markets: Philadelphia, the New York/New …

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MurLarkey Distilled Spirits Launches Line of All-Natural Infused Whiskeys

Provided by MurLarkey Distilled Spirits MurLarkey® Distilled Spirits announced the addition of four all-natural infused whiskeys to its collection of farm-to-flask spirits, bringing its infused line to eight. The award-winning Northern Virginia distillery began production of four new infusions just over two months ago with two – Coffee and Orange – scheduled for release on September 1, 2017. The company …

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Creating a Strategy for Your Errands Improves Quality of Life

Provided by Errand Works Have you ever thought about creating an errand strategy? You mean you never thought you needed one? In that case, you’re like most Americans. However, those who do strategize their errands for maximum efficiency are likely experiencing a higher quality of life. Is your interest piqued now? It’s true. Those who carefully create their to-do lists …

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Let’s Move Woodbridge Expo – September 16, 2017

Provided by LOCKS4ever LOCKS-4-EVER, LLC has been inspired by Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Initiative to host an event that will give us the opportunity to MOVE!! This event was created for the person who wishes they had that exercise activity that they can’t live without, the thing that they can get EXCITED about doing! Most times, it’s just a matter …

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Family-owned popcorn shop benefits from good design at new “hometown” location

Provided by Loveless Porter Architects, LLC Deltone Moore, founder of Popcorn Monkey, says that the latest outpost of his family-owned, gourmet popcorn shop, opened in Manassas last month, is a homecoming. Moore noted that he long had an eye on owning a business in Manassas, but with the city’s 95 percent commercial occupancy rate, it was a matter of waiting …

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Del. Richard L. Anderson Earns 100% on Small Business Issues

Provided by Del. Richard Anderson’s Office Nicole Riley, State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), announced today that Del. Richard L. (Rich) Anderson earned a score of 100 percent on the 2016-2017 NFIB/Virginia Voting Record.  NFIB/Virginia is the commonwealth’s leading small-business association, with 6,700 small-business members statewide. “What this means is that Del. Anderson has stood up …

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Apple Federal Credit Union – Going Beyond Educators

By Helena Tavares Kennedy It’s amazing to think that Apple Federal Credit Union, which now has more than 20 branches across Northern Virginia, started with just 10 Fairfax County teachers coming together to help a fellow educator buy a set of car tires. Since 1956, Apple has been a not-for-profit, member-owned financial cooperative. Every one of Apple FCU’s members owns …

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AT&T Brings Faster Network to Prince William County Customers

Provided by AT&T Corporate Communications AT&T1 has added a new cell site to its 4G LTE network in Prince William County to give customers faster, more reliable wireless service. The change will help customers located near Dale Boulevard and Birchdale Avenue in Woodbridge get the most out of their mobile devices. With 4G LTE service, they’ll see better service when watching videos, posting …

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New Economic Development Initiative Measures Announced

Provided by Del. Richard Anderson’s Office This morning at Manassas Regional Airport, a group of stakeholders highlighted the estimated $1 billion impact of Delegate Rich Anderson’s (R-51) HB1732, which passed the Virginia General Assembly in February with overwhelming bi-partisan support in both houses. The bill, passed unanimously in the Senate, and by a 91-5 vote in the House of Delegates, creates …

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Could Your Business Survive a Disaster? Smart Ways to Protect Your Business

By Helleni Moon Your business is at risk of disaster every day.  From fires and floods to earthquakes and hurricanes, natural disasters strike businesses every day.  No matter how busy you are, the best time to prepare for a disaster is now.  Here are some tips to get you started. Backing up your data is certainly important, but if your …

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