Loudoun Chamber of Commerce third largest in the region
The list also put Loudoun as the fastest growing Chamber in metro Washington, adding 177 new member businesses, non-profits and government offices last year.
“On behalf of our Board of Directors, I just want to say ‘Thank You’ to the 1,325 Loudoun County Chamber members for their commitment to help drive the success of this organization, our community and their fellow businesses, non-profit organizations and government partners," said Tony Howard, President and CEO of the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce.
A campaign called Unite Loudoun was started in May to "increase the strength and impact of the Loudoun business community’s role in creating a world class quality of life in Loudoun County," according to a prepared statement from the Chamber.
"Great businesses and other organizations helped spread the word of the Chamber’s positive, irreplaceable role in creating a strong and healthy community here in Loudoun," said the Chamber’s Membership Chairman, Mitch Sproul, who is a director and vice president of Business Development at the Toth Financial Advisory Corporation.
Loudoun's Chamber is seventh in annual revenue, according to the 2014Washington Business Journal Book of Lists.
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