Quarterly Business After Hours Return
When: Wednesday, July 19th, 6-8pm
Where: 109 Clubhouse Way, Zion Crossroads, VA 22942
Join us at Spring Creek Golf Club for the Member/Guest Mixer.
Future 2017 Mixer Dates: October 25th.
More details will be forthcoming.
Businesswoman’s Roundtable Luncheon & Networking Event
Thursday, Aug. 10, 10:30am-1pm
Prospect Hill Plantation Inn & Restaurant
2887 Poindexter Road
Louisa, VA 23093
Business Breakfast Meeting
When: Tuesday, June 6, 2017, 7:45 am – 9:45 am
Where: Louisa Arts Center, 212 Fredericksburg Ave, Louisa, VA
Regina A. Cook Accepts Executive Director Position
November 4th, 2016 by Louisa County Chamber Board of Directors The Louisa County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Regina A. Cook has accepted the position of Executive Director, effective November 14th, 2016.
Cook comes to the Louisa County Chamber with a formal education in Occupational & Technical Studies (Old Dominion University, BS) and a practical background in business consulting as the Owner of Xam Solutions, LLC. Cook also has experience in financial services, event planning, and human resources.
The Executive Director manages the day to day operations of the Chamber at the direction of the LCCC Board of Directors. The ED will direct all aspects of Chamber business including all administrative, fiduciary, program, and business development initiatives.
“Regina brings a strong and diverse set of skills to our Chamber. Not often do you find a singular person with so many attributes that are relevant to delivering value to our membership. We believe she can lead the Chamber’s on-going efforts to enhance the experience our members enjoy today, while raising awareness for our organization regionally and consequently helping us grow the Chamber”.
Cook also brings a technical training background that is expected to pay huge dividends for Chamber members.
“We have a lot of members who just don’t know all that our Chamber has to offer them, or in many cases, they just simply don’t know how to use the Chamber to help them grow their business.”
Cook has been a resident of Louisa County since 2006 and has been very active in volunteer positions around the region including: Alzheimer’s Association; March of Dimes; Upward Sports; and others.
Please join the LCCC Board of Directors in welcoming Regina to our Chamber!
The 2016 - 2017 Business Breakfast Schedule is here!
The meeting provides an opportunity to network before and after the program. At the beginning of the program, we encourage you to make announcements about your business or organization, upcoming events and other activities within the community.
The breakfast begins with a coffee social at 7:45 a.m., with by light continental breakfast. There is no charge for this event. Please join us the first Tuesday of every month at the Louisa Arts Center, 212 Fredericksburg Ave, Louisa VA. If you have any questions for the Chamber or would like to join, please call or email the Chamber at (540) 967-0944 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also offering an opportunity to sponsor the Business Breakfast. Sign Up Today!
Louisa County lies in the heart of Virginia, equal distance between historic Charlottesville, home of Thomas Jefferson, Fredericksburg, where many Civil War battles were fought, and Richmond, our lovely capital city. We are just a few miles from the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains, where skiing, snowboarding, and outdoor sports can be enjoyed, and only a few hours away from many east coast beaches.
Beautiful Lake Anna which encompasses 13,000 acres and provides opportunities for boating, water sports, and some of the best bass fishing in the state of Virginia.
Bluegrass music is alive and well in the summer in Louisa, with Bluegrass Festivals in the town of Mineral and Christopher Run Campground, on the lake. The Industrial Development Park boasts one of the few smaller airports in the state able to accommodate corporate jets.
The Chamber of Commerce is comprised of a diverse group of people representing agriculture, business, culture, education, manufacturing, tourism, and civic and government organizations, all working together to promote economic growth while preserving the historical nature and the rural beauty of the county, making Louisa County a great place to live, work and play.