Isle of Wight County Economic Development is pleased to announce that the Commonwealth of Virginia has received a 2013 Silver Shovel Award from Area Development Magazine, the leading publication covering site selection and facility planning. The new Green Mountain Coffee Roasters facility in Isle of Wight County was the top development project in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 2012, which contributed to Virginia receiving this award for excellence in Economic Development.
This month the spotlight is on girl this!, a a specialty dance and gift shop located at the Smithfield Station Boardwalk Shops. This is a super fun girly shop that also hosts birthday parties. If you’ve been waiting to try a new restaurant in Isle of Wight, you’re in luck Feb 1-8, because it’s our first ever Restaurant Week! If you’re a business owner, check out our workshop on “Why You Need an Effective Website.” And, if you’re looking for medical office space in Isle of Wight County, the Carrollton Medical Office may fit the bill.
This month the spotlight is on Accelerated Financial Solutions, a debt management company that recently won a Young Entrepreneur Award from the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce.
This month the spotlight is on Smithfield Family Automotive, a pre-owned car dealership, where “it’s all about the relationship.” Green Mountain Coffee is holding a Job Fair this month. Economic Development is accepting application for the 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year Award, and save the date for the Virginia Business Appreciation Week Luncheon on June 7, 2012. All this and more…inside the Isle.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters is hiring and will hold a Job Fair on Wednesday, April 11, 2012 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn Suffolk Riverfront.
Employment and business supplier opportunities are available now at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters’ new facility in Windsor, Virginia.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters announces new facility in Windsor; Tractor Supply opens in Smithfield and ActionTown Sports quietly grows paintball business…this month inside the Isle.
Governor Bob McDonnell announced today that Vermont-based Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc., (GMCR) a leader in specialty coffee and coffeemakers, will establish a production and distribution facility in Isle of Wight County. The company will invest $180 million over the initial five-years of the facility’s operations.