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Loudoun Farmers: Participate in the 2017 Fall Farm Tour

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Loudoun farmers are invited to apply to participate in the 2017 Fall Farm Tour. Farms will be promoted by Loudoun Economic Development through printed brochures, newspaper ads and web content that encourages the public to visit participating businesses the third…

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More Than $7.2 Billion In Commercial Investment in Loudoun County

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The Loudoun County Department of Economic Development has released its annual report, announcing that the organization worked with more than 100 businesses that moved to or expanded in the county between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017. Those businesses…

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George Washington University Awards Loudoun Tourism Collaboration

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The President and CEO of Visit Loudoun, Beth Erickson, and Loudoun Economic Development’s Agricultural Development Officer, Kellie Hinkle, were awarded the 2017 Tourism Innovator Award from the George Washington University. The award was presented at the George Washington Tourism Alumni…

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Loudoun is a Major Contributor to Virginia’s $2.2 Billion Agri-Tourism Industry

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A new study announced today by Virginia Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry’s Basil Gooden shows that Northern Virginia generates the most agri-tourism revenue of all 10 state regions, contributing more than $552 million to Virginia’s $2.2 billion agri-tourism industry. Loudoun…

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