Chambers of Commerce Collaborate to produce Northern Virginia Restaurant Week

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Provided by Prince William Chamber of Commerce

NOVA Restaurant Week

Starting in 2016, the Prince William, Greater Reston, Loudoun County and Arlington Chambers of Commerce are collaborating to produce the 3rd Annual Northern Virginia Restaurant Week! Virginia Restaurant, Lodging and Travel Association (VRLTA) will partner on this event for the second year in a row to put together one of the largest dining out celebrations in Northern Virginia. PWL Running March 7-14, the 3rd Annual Northern Virginia Restaurant Week will be a week-long, value priced dining experience taking place at a variety of establishments from fine dining to fast casual. The goal of this event is to enhance the vibrant restaurant and hotel scene in Northern Virginia.

 “The Prince William Chamber of Commerce is excited about this partnership,” says Debbie Jones, President & CEO of the Prince William Chamber. “Not only does Northern Virginia Restaurant week provide an opportunity to showcase our local restaurants on a regional stage, but I believe the partnership makes restaurant week stronger. Many of Northern Virginia’s workers live right here in Prince William County and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. So whether it is lunch or dinner time, the people living in our community will have the chance to try something new at a great price.”

This year, Northern Virginia Restaurant Week will again be working with OpenTable to provide participating foodies a chance to make stress-free reservations.

 “We are looking forward to collaborating with three other Chambers on Northern Virginia Restaurant Week,” said Kate Roche, President & CEO of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce. “Participating in this event is just one of the many ways that Chamber involvement adds value for the restaurants and hotels in our region.”

 “The Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to placing the needs of the Northern Virginia hospitality and restaurant community first. Collaborating with the Prince William, Loudoun and Arlington County Chambers and continuing our partnership with VRLTA will bring more business to the Northern Virginia area during an ordinarily slow time for the restaurant and hospitality industry. The Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to working with fellow Chambers to promote business development and marketing exposure,” states Mark Ingrao, CCP, CAE, President and CEO of the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce.

 Restaurants and hotels are encouraged to register for this dining out celebration prior to February 2, 2016 to be included in all advertising and promotional materials. The partnering organizations will continue to accept registration forms until February 23, 2016.

 For more information about Northern Virginia Restaurant Week or the collaboration between the Prince William, Greater Reston, Loudoun County and Arlington Chambers, please contact Andrea Whaley, Director of Marketing & Communications for the Prince William Chamber of Commerce or visit NOVA Restaurant Week also has a Facebook page where interested foodies can find out about the many participating restaurants:


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