The Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce relocated to new offices earlier this month.
Chamber officials celebrated the move from Suite 150 to Suite 230 at 1886 Metro Center Drive at a ribbon-cutting event on Friday, Jan. 10. The organization is responsible for managing business growth and development in the Dulles Corridor.
Late last year, the chamber named Charles Kapur, a banking professional, as president and Chief Executive Officer.
Thank you to everyone who attended our Ribbon Cutting today! Very excited to be in the new offices. Big accomplishment for a great team! Open House until 1pm today – stop by and say hello. pic.twitter.com/Fz9GNrByCH
— RestonChamber (@RestonChamber) January 10, 2020
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