Want to get a quick update on everything chamber? Listen to the WINC Wake Up Show every Monday at 7:10 am for a quick update on ribbon cuttings, chamber activities, initiatives, ect. from Barry! Listen HERE.
2015 Greater Good Award Winners talked about what winning meant to them personally and professionally along with all the great attributes of their business which helped to qualify them for their win.
Marion Schottelkorb, Executive Director of WATTS (Winchester Area Temporary Thermal Shelter) who told us about their mission, their shelters and several upcoming fundraisers.
Belladean Mashingaidze (Social Media/Marketing Specialist) and Tracey Scott (Brand Manager) for White House Foods based in Winchester, VA. We talked about their product line including a few new products and the recent grand opening of “Let’s Be Honest” presented by White House Cares.
2016 Greater Good Award Winners: Mark Merrill, Valley Health President & CEO and Joe Silek, Chairman of the Valley Health System Board of Trustees along with Allison Dillow, Marketing Director for BK Connected Solutions and Kate Horton, President & CEO of BK Connected Solutions.
Board members and golf tournament chairperson, Bryan Biddle talked about the upcoming Corporate Challenge Golf Tournament happening on June 30, 2017 at Blue Ridge Shadows Golf Course.
Committee Chair, John Fox talks about the upcoming Hob Nob in the Valley on September 8th.
Richard Kennedy, CEO of Top of Virginia Regional Chamber and Emily Buhl, Marketing Director for the chamber. Listen to learn about the benefits of Chamber membership, how it can help small business owners on their path to success and common misconceptions about chambers, their funding and networking events.
Jim Stutzman, owner of Jim Stutzman Chevrolet to talk about the chamber’s centennial celebration and car raffle. Emily gave us some history and background on the chamber along with all the different ways a business can benefit from being involved.
"The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber is an incredibly valuable resource for the Shenandoah Valley..." – Adrienne G. Bloss, PhD, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Shenandoah University.