Vinyl in Manassas, Business Counseling, and a Restaurant-Ready Property

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Provided by City of Manassas Economic Development

Eclectic Circles Brings Vinyl Jams to Manassas

Eclectic Circles
As a kid who played with turntables more than dinosaurs, Sam Roach knew music was his ‘thing’ early on. After working for several years in the car audio industry, Sam is bringing that passion for music to the City of Manassas – in vinyl form.
Newly opened Eclectic Circles offers a wide range of 12″ and 7” vinyls, CDs, and cassettes across the musical spectrum. “We have a bit of everything from 90s hip hop to new country – different circles and genres of music, so ‘Eclectic Circles,'” says Sam. Eclectic Circles also offers digital audio conversion, vinyl restoration, and car audio retrofits for older music formats. Sam and his family are in the midst of fitting out a recording studio for local artists to create their own music.
Whether you’re looking to add to your record collection or make some music of your own, check out Eclectic Circles on Instagram (@eclecticcirclesva) or stop by at 9510 Center Street!

Mason Small Business Development Center at CenterFuse

CenterFuse Manassas
Launching your own business? Struggling with how to grow your existing one?
The Mason Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in downtown Manassas offers free counseling and training to businesses of all stages. From webinars and in-person classes on topics like digital marketing, financial planning, sales development, and more, Mason SBDC at the CenterFuse building in downtown Manassas has you covered.
Entrepreneurs and business owners can also access one-on-one counseling from former ‘Fortune 5’ company executive George Siragusa who provides street-wise leadership and insight into critical business operations.
Services at CenterFuse through the Mason SBDC are sponsored by the City of Manassas. To get started, visit masonsbdc.org/manassas/.

Drive-Thru Restaurant on Route 28

CAPTAIN DS
Looking to make your imprint on Manassas’ booming food scene?
8911 Centreville Road is a restaurant-ready 2,100 square foot stand-alone building on one of Manassas’ busiest corridors. The former Capitan D’s building is fully built out for restaurant use with walk-in freezer space, fully-equipped kitchen, and commercial exhaust system.
This location is a can’t-miss for the 29,000 daily passersby on Route 28 with large pylon signage and 35 feet of roadway frontage. As an existing drive-thru with excellent circulation and ample parking, this location is prime for your dream restaurant!
For more information, click here or see the property flyer.
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