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Woodbridge Redevelopment Focus of Luncheon

By Potomac Local News September 7, 2012 10:15 am

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An aerial view of Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center. The center, still under construction, sits between Dale and Opitz boulevards in Woodbridge. (Photo: Newwoodbridge.org)

An aerial view of Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center. The center, still under construction, sits between Dale and Opitz boulevards in Woodbridge. (Photo: Newwoodbridge.org)

WOODBRIDGE, Va. – A series of upcoming business events will focus on growing entrepreneurship and growing Virginia’s Potomac Communities.

On Sept 21, the Virginia Small Business Partnership will present the Virginia Small Business Summit at the Mason Inn and Conference Center in Fairfax. The summit is billed as the first of its kind in the state, and organizers said it will give “small business owners and entrepreneurs with the opportunity to discuss commonsense, business friendly ideas to help improve Virginia’s small business climate.”

The summit will focus on healthcare, energy, education, contracting, and small business manufacturing.

On Oct. 4, business leaders are invited to a luncheon seminar at the I-95 Business Park in Woodbridge where leaders will talk about redeveloping the U.S. 1 and Interstate 95 corridor in eastern Prince William County.

Organizers of the event, NAIOP Northern Virginia Commercial Real Estate Development Association, will charge $80 per ticket to attend the event and will offer a discount to members of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce, according to NAIOP spokesman Eric Dobson. 

What is this?

The Woodbridge corridor is growing with the development of Potomac Shores, the planned relocation of the Potomac Nationals baseball stadium, and new apartment complexes springing up along U.S. 1.

 

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