For Immediate Release
Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Contact: Prince William Chamber of Commerce, 703-368-6600
Attention: Due to possible Inclement Weather the “State of Prince William” has been rescheduled to Thursday, February 20, 2014. The time and location remain the same.
Prince William Today Publisher to Moderate State of Prince William
Chamber Luncheon Examines State of Business in Prince William
Prince William, Virginia – Online registration is now open for the February 20 Prince William Chamber of Commerce “State of Prince William” luncheon. Taking place at 11:30 am at Continental Event Center, 9705 Liberia Avenue in Manassas, this informative annual event brings together representatives from Prince William County and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park for a big-picture review of business, government and education progress and initiatives in the region. Apple Federal Credit Union is the main event sponsor.
The panel discussion will be moderated by Bruce Potter, COO of Northern Virginia Media Services and publisher of Prince William Today. Invited panelists include Corey Stewart, Chairman-At-Large, Prince William Board of County Supervisors; Hal Parrish, Mayor, City of Manassas; and Frank Jones, Mayor, City of Manassas Park.
“State of Prince William connects our business and civic leaders to examine the current state of affairs and future goals for the Prince William area. This dialogue gives our members a better understanding of economic and community trends,” says Chamber President and CEO Rob Clapper, adding that this is one of the Chamber’s most popular programs. Questions asked of the panelists will cover topics ranging from taxes to economic development intitiatives and transportation.
Registration is $35 for members and $45 for non-members and includes lunch. The public is invited to participate. A few exhibit spaces are still available; join participants Internet Ad Management, Inc. and Jiffy Lube Live. To register, visit www.pwchamber.org and click “Events” or call 703-368-6600. Other sponsors to date include NOVEC-Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative; City of Manassas; ECU Communications, LLC ; R. E. Daffan, Inc.; City of Manassas Park, Metro Sign & Design, Inc. and QMT Windchimes (on behalf of the Manassas Park Education Foundation) and Compton & Duling, LC. Transurban is the Chamber’s Advocacy Vision Partner.
About the Prince William Chamber of Commerce:
The Prince William Chamber of Commerce is the largest voice for the business community in the Washington, DC Metropolitan region. Together with our nearly 2,000 members that represent over 70,000 employees, the Chamber is committed to creating an environment where business and people thrive, focusing in the key areas of business growth, economic development, advocacy, education and community outreach. In this way, the Prince William Chamber is building a solid foundation for the success of our business members and our community. For more information, visit our website at www.pwchamber.org or call the Prince William Chamber at 703-368-6600.