Provided by Prince William Chamber of Commerce
The following events and activities are included in your membership investment. ENJOY! $ indicates a paid event (Member and a Non-Member pricing). Members can bring a guest at member price.
Events marked “Chamber HQ” are held at 9720 Capital Court, Suite 203, Manassas. Other addresses are included with event info.
Council and Committee meetings are open to members only as a benefit of membership.
March 19 – Tuesday – 2:00-4:30 p. m. – Prince William Valor Awards 2019. Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Invite your staff, clients and customers to join us! More Info: Kelly Elliott / 571-765-7569. RSVP
March 28 – Thursday – 11:30 a. m. -5:00 p. m. – Frostbite Scramble Golf Tournament.This is a 9 Hole Captain’s Choice. Come play in the first tournament of the season. Stonewall Golf Club, 15601 Turtle Point Drive, Gainesville. More Info: Anita Duecaster / 571-765-1874. $ RSVP
March 29 – Friday – 8:00-10:00 a. m. — Government Contracting Breakfast. Topic: U.S. Department of State – Procurement. Speakers: Anna Urman, Senior Procurement Analyst AND Rich Vinnacombe OSDBU (Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization), Deputy Director. Description: FY2019 Priorities; Overseas Contracting; Challenges; Best Practices; What They Buy; Obligations by NAICS & PSC (Product & Service Code); Top 10 Vendors; Small Business Spending & Socioeconomic Categories; Setting up for Success; and Saying What (When, How) We Want to Hear. Light breakfast provided. Chamber HQ. More Info: Suzanne Lewis/ 571-765-7753.$ RSVP
April 4 – Thursday – 8:00-10:00 a. m. – Legislative Wrap-Up Breakfast. Join us for breakfast as we get an update on the Amazon HQ2 Project as well as get an update from our state-level legislators as they will recap the ups and downs of the 2019 session of the 2019 General Assembly. Old Hickory Golf Club, 11921 Chanceford Drive, Woodbridge. More Info: Ross Snare / 571-765-1875. $ RSVP
Business Before Hours, After Hours, Ribbon Cuttings and MEGA Networking
Plan for your Business Before or After Hours for July 2019-June 2020. Contact Peggy Kimmey / 571-765-7567 for possible dates.
March 18 – Monday – 11:45 a. m.-1:0p. m. – Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening Celebration (Ceremony @ 12:15 p. m.) — SaVida Health of Woodbridge, 4001 Prince William Parkway, Suite 300, Woodbridge. More Info: Peggy Kimmey / 571-765-7567
March 27 – Wednesday – 1:30-3:00 p. m. Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening (Ceremony @ 2:00 p. m.) — Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care, 11700 Sudley Manor Drive, Manassas. More Info: Peggy Kimmey / 571-765-7567
April 10 – Wednesday – 5:00-6:30 p. m. – Business After Hours & Ribbon Cutting Celebration. Explore their dining and event space. Sample their delicious cuisine. The Clubs at Quantico and Crossroads Event Center, 3017 Russell Road, Quantico. More Info: Peggy Kimmey / 571-765-7567
April 26 – Friday – 8:30-10:30 a. m. – Mega Networking Event. $100 Exhibitor tables still available — expecting about 300 attendees. The REALTOR® Association of Prince William, 4545 Daisy Reid Avenue, Suite 150, Prince William. More Info: Peggy Kimmey / 571-765-7567. RSV
Council and Committee Meetings
March 22 – Friday – 8:00-9:00 a. m. – Ambassador Committee Meeting. Chamber HQ. More Info: Peggy Kimmey / 571-765-7567
March 22 – Friday – 12:00-1:00 p. m.- Health & Wellness Council. Topic: National Brain Injury Awareness Month. Speaker: Jennifer Ardis, Adult Case Manager – Brain Injury Services of Prince William Description: Brain Injury Services helps children, adults and veterans with a brain injury build the skills and confidence they need to lead a fulfilling and productive life. Chamber HQ. More Info: Suzanne Lewis/ 571-765-7753
March 28 – Thursday – 3:30-4:30 p. m. – Women’s Leadership Council. Speaker: Mina Habibi. Topic: Consciously Building your Brand. Chamber HQ .More Info: Kelly Elliott / 571-765-7569
April 2 -Tuesday – 9:15-10:30 a. m. – Education & Innovation Committee. Topic: Month of the Military Child. Speakers: Mark Shaaber, Phase II Staffing (Education & Innovation Committee Year Sponsor) AND Dalena Kanouse – Senior Director of the Military Child Coalition. Chamber HQ. More Info: Suzanne Lewis/ 571-765-7753
April 2 – Tuesday – 1:00-2:00 p. m. — Hispanic Council Meeting – (RESCHEDULED). Speaker: Nicole Quiroga, President & CEO of Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber (& former General Manager of Telemundo). Topic: Their programs and ways we can collaborate our Chambers. Chamber HQ. More Info: Suzanne Lewis/ 571-765-7753
April 4 – Thursday – 12:00-1:00 p. m. – Not-For-Profit Council Meeting. Topic: Understanding the Importance of Your Form 990: Your Organization’s Checkbook– Speaker: Mark Frye, Director of Assurance Services, Frye & Company, CPAs – Description: The Form 990 represents a significant public relations opportunity. Learn how to maximize the form’s value. What the opportunities are; are not; how to allocate to be compliant; and ideas where others invest their money. Chamber HQ.More Info: Suzanne Lewis/ 571-765-7753
April 5 – Friday – 9:00-10:30 a. m. – Chamber Orientation. Woodbridge Office, 14000 Crown Court, 2nd Floor, Woodbridge.More Info: Peggy Kimmey / 571-765-7567
April 8 – Monday – 1:30-2:30 p. m. – Economic Development Committee. Presenter: Iron Mountain Data Centers. Topic: Hear about the Data Center Industry, what Iron Mountain Data Centers does and their investment here in the Region. Chamber HQ. More Info: Ross Snare / 571-765-1875
April 10 – Wednesday – 9:30-10:30 a. m. – Policy Committee Meeting. Presenter: NVTA (Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance). Topic: Virginia’s Smart Scale Policy for Transportation Funding and its Impact on Northern Virginia. Chamber HQ. More Info: Ross Snare / 571-765-1875
April 11 – Thursday – 9:00-10:00 a. m. – Veterans Council Meeting. Speaker: Nathaly Arvizu – Advisor, Personal and Professional Development Programs, MCB Quantico. Topic: DoD Skillbridge Program for Personal & Professional Development. Description: The Skillbridge Program is an initiative that links transitioning service members and veterans with job training and employment skills training, including apprenticeships and internships in order to earn viable skills that make them competitive in the workforce as well as fill gaps in understaffed occupations. More Info: Suzanne Lewis/ 571-765-7753
- Must be a Chamber Member to join a group
- Gainesville: Tuesday (weekly) 8:00-9:00 a. m. at the Eggspectation Restaurant
- Woodbridge: Thursday (weekly) 8:15-9:15 a. m. at Tribute at the Glen
- More info: Peggy Kimmey / 571-765-7567