People often wonder what is the difference between The Farmville Area Chamber of Commerce, The Town of Farmville & Downtown Farmville Partnership. What does each organization bring to the table and how do they support each other?
All you really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt!
Valentine’s Day is upon us and whether you are going out or staying in, Farmville has all you need in order to make this Valentine’s Day one to remember.
For busy professionals and business owners, the pressure is on at the beginning of the year. In the midst of wrapping up last year’s projects, you’ve got to get the ball rolling for 2017, starting new projects, meeting with potential clients, and making sure you’re still able to satisfy your most loyal customers. It can be overwhelming, and after the holiday break, it can be easy to throw yourself into your work, leaving your home life in the dust.
I’m here to tell you to resist that urge. Instead, use the beginning of the year to put in place a plan for 2017 that will allow you to balance work and life and keep you motivated and happy in the process. Here are a few suggestions:
This event, which provides businesses an opportunity to increase their visibility and to make valuable connections with one another, is one of many exciting features included with membership in the Farmville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Jennifer Cox, Director of Local & Community Relations, Longwood University
Thursday, June 16, 2016
In just 110 days, thousands of journalists, campaign staff and visitors will come to Farmville for the U.S. Vice Presidential Debate on October 4. In the leadup to the event, Longwood staff are working to ensure these visitors eat and shop in our local restaurants and businesses and experience all our community has to offer. We’ve reached out to many downtown business owners already and will continue to do so.