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Intricate. The customer experience, energy as we know it, thoroughbreds.

Economic development is, for some, the game of redistributing taxpayer money and sustaining agencies for that purpose – without reporting ROI back to taxpayers or marking real progress. When it’s done right, however, economic development is an intricate process of modeling businesses, vetting partners, and building bridges – so that people can find jobs, prosper, and enjoy life. This shift in definition is a condition of today’s renaissance. And I believe Virginia’s Great Southwest will show the way.

EarthLink announces $5.4 million facility in Norton, 285 jobs expected
TNC, Dominion Energy Announce Innovative Collaboration for Solar Development on Former Coal Mine in Southwest Virginia
In Southwest Virginia, farmers and brewers hope for a grain renaissance
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