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The new Chamber leadership team is ready to serve local businesses. Officers include Barbara Doyle, Ashley McNeff Behrens, Sean O'Connell, Katy Fike, and Sam Misleh.
Reduce Holiday stress through Shopping Local and personal coaching strategies.
Veterans Day was celebrated and the chamber of commerce renewed the Army Community Covenant with Fort Belvoir.
Yet rather than create jobs, business owners are uncertain about the future of tax policy, regulations, energy development, and health care reform.
Meet local businesses at the "main street" Business Expo on Tuesday, October 23, 7:00-9:00 pm, at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 8592 Richmond Highway, Alexandria, VA 22309.
The growth of businesses shows the optimistic attitude of entrepreneurs who start and grow their businesses even in difficult economic times.
Thanks to Dominion Virginia Power for restoring power after destructive storms.
Celebrate Independence Day locally where American history began.
Chamber sponsors food drive for Capital Area Food Bank now through July 4.
2012 Education Partnership Scholarship awarded by the Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce. Nine outstanding students recognized and encouraged to become future business and community leaders.
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