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8/1/2018

Visit Fairfax was on hand with the Fairfax County Park Authority when Washington Nationals outfielder and Home Run Derby winner Bryce Harper stopped by Herndon’s Fred Crabtree Park during last month’s All-Star Week. The newly-dedicated Bryce Harper All-Star Complex will serve as a beacon for youth baseball players in Northern Virginia.

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6/1/2018

Tysons, Va. – The Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce (Northern Virginia Chamber) today announced the finalists for the 2018 Northern Virginia Hospitality Awards to be presented on Thursday, June 7,

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6/1/2018

After several years of negotiations to secure a long-term lease agreement, it was recently reported that the National Park Service and Claude Moore Colonial Farm could not come to an agreement on a long-term lease agreement, putting the colonial farm attraction’s future in question. The Friends of Claude Moore Colonial Farm have launched a “Save the Farm” campaign.

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6/1/2018

Changes have recently gone or are about to go into effect that may impact your website’s visitation.  In May, the European Union began enforcing regulations on how their citizens’ personal data is collected and in July, Google Chrome will begin flagging sites that do not have an SSL certificate. Have you taken the steps you need to become compliant? 

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6/1/2018

A new National Park Service report shows more than 57 million visitors to national parks in the national capital region spent $1.14 billion in 2017 that resulted in 16,330 jobs and had a cumulative benefit to the regional economy of $1.66 billion. These parks include two Fairfax County spots – Wolf Trap and the George Washington Memorial Parkway (of which Great Falls Park and Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve are a part of).

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6/1/2018

The Visit Fairfax team has been hard at work selling and promoting Fairfax County to potential clients, groups, and media.  The team is always happy to share updates from tradeshows, appointments, and events.  Read on for an updated list of recent activities and what will be happening over the next few months. You may find that this information can benefit your business. 

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6/1/2018

Visit Fairfax recently presented and moderated a “Bidding on Government Meetings Bootcamp” to educate hoteliers about best practices when soliciting federal and state government business. The event was held on the George Mason University campus and speakers included Anna Urman, Chris Ley, and Garland Preddy.

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6/1/2018

Visit Fairfax recently welcomed a new sales manager to our team! Linda Horowitz has taken the tour and travel reigns from our outgoing manager, Melissa McClure. Linda comes to us from Destination DC and is excited to work with you. 

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4/1/2018

The Visit Fairfax team has been hard at work selling and promoting Fairfax County to potential clients, groups, and media.  The team is always happy to share updates from tradeshows, appointments, and events.  Read on for an updated list of recent activities and what will be happening over the next few months. You may find that this information can benefit your business. 

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