Looking at the farm’s logo today, you might not detect the multiple changes that have been made, or the changes to the innovative business. But just like in business, small branding changes are necessary to keep pace with consumers.
Combined with a modest $180,000 financial incentive, “personal touch” is what it took to secure the investment of more than 63,000 square feet of additional space, hundreds of new jobs and close to $70 million in equipment, technology and construction to the facility.
The 15-year lease will consolidate CBP’s Northern Virginia OIT offices and in total, over 3,700 CBP positions will move to Loudoun, including engineers, technicians, scientists and support personnel.
The award-winning Farmer Trading Card program has generated so much excitement that the cards have been featured in local, regional and national media. School systems in other states have replicated the trading card program for their own communities.
Are you tired of the long commutes, carpools, $40 one-way tolls and daily grind? Then save the date for Wednesday, April 4, 2018 for the second annual Hire Loudoun career fair, at the Washington Dulles Airport Marriott hotel.