The Fauquier Chamber of Commerce will present their Second Annual Fauquier Economic Summit at the Airlie Pavilion.  With this year’s focus on Fauquier’s tourism opportunities, the Chamber is encouraging forward thinkers involved in Development, Real Estate, Investments, Finance, Aviation, Tourism, Industry, Commerce, Engineering, Technology, Education, and Civic Organizations to attend and participate.  Our speakers are Jason El Koubi, Executive Vice President at the Virginia Economic Development Partnership and Tyler Carroll, Business Development Specialist at the Virginia Tourism Corporation.  Topics of discussion shall include: commercial and industrial development opportunities in the County’s eight service districts, resources for successful development outcomes, and incentives for technology, defense production, tourism, and green development.

 “The Fauquier Economic Summit will highlight the many new opportunities for commerce and industry in the County.  We have shovel and occupancy ready sites, our regional workforce is solid, and the quality of life here is uniquely pleasant,” said Fauquier Chamber President and CEO, Joe Martin.  The County Board of Supervisors have recently funded several business-friendly initiatives including broadband, utilities infrastructure, public school education increases, and a new airport terminal.

Attendees will also enjoy time for business networking opportunities over coffee and a hot breakfast.  

For more information contact Carlton Shutt at 540-347-4414. 


  • Occurred Thursday, June 13th, 2019 @ 8:00 am



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