Economic Development Series: Future of the Region

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Provided by Prince William Chamber of Commerce

The Prince William Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the Economic Development Series: Future of the Region. The event features updates from the Economic Development Directors from Prince William County, City of Manassas, and City of Manassas Park. The public is encouraged to attend.

The event will be held Wednesday, Jan. 11 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Old Hickory Golf Club (11921 Chanceford Dr., Woodbridge). Member tickets may be purchased for $65 and future member tickets may be purchased for $80 on the Chamber’s website here.

Christina Winn

Featured event speakers include Christina Winn, Executive Director of the Prince William County Department of Economic Development. Recently appointed President of the Virginia Economic Developers Association (VEDA), Winn continues to lead Prince William County in a positive direction.

Patrick Small

The City of Manassas has seen significant business growth, new job announcements, and positive growth over the last year. Since taking the helm as the Economic Development Director for the City of Manassas in 2014, Patrick Small has made significant improvements and will provide updates for the future.


A. LaMar Hoy

The Economic Development Coordinator of the City of Manassas Park, A. LaMar Hoy, will present the City of Manassas Park’s plans to “Prepare for the unveiling of Park Central: Virginia’s Newest Downtown.”

The Economic Development Series is a six-part series bringing a wide variety of speakers to engage the local community in economic development discussions. We encourage the public to attend the events, held at Old Hickory Golf Club, to stay connected to this important local topic. The next Economic Development Series event features “The Business of Data Centers- What You Need to Know,” a panel discussion moderated by Josh Levi, Data Center Coalition President. To stay updated on upcoming events, visit the Prince William Chamber of Commerce website.


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