Fairfax City’s Economic Development Office last week launched a photo and interview series, “Faces of Fairfax City,” to spotlight the City’s business community. Its goal is to provide an up-close and authentic look at the businesses that help create the City’s unique character, charm and sense of community.
“The ‘Faces of Fairfax City’ series allows us to show appreciation to our business community – not only for their vision – but also for their passion and drive,” said Fairfax Mayor David Meyer. “Our City businesses help create a sense of place and are a source of our identity and pride. During this past year, they’ve shown their resiliency and that Fairfax City is a destination alive with opportunities and vibrant activity centers that are diverse, creative and welcoming.”
Agreeing, Economic Development Director Chris Bruno stressed that “Fairfax City is a destination for all in the center of Northern Virginia. It’s a place where people can come together to shop, work, learn and play. This program pulls back the curtain on our City’s business community to show why Fairfax City stands out and why it’s poised for years of success.”
The “Faces of Fairfax City” series began last Friday, Feb. 19, at noon, and will offer a new post each week on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn at @FairfaxCityEDA. It’ll also be co-published on the Fairfax City Economic Development Authority’s (EDA) Website, https://www.fairfaxva.gov/government/economic-development/economic-development-authority.
For more information about this new series, go to https://fairfaxcityconnected.com/faces-of-fairfax-city/.