Office of Economic Development

March 2019

The Ivy Trellis

The Ivy Trellis Opens in New Town Williamsburg

The Ivy Trellis is now open at their new location at 5104 Main Street in New Town Williamsburg. The Ivy Trellis is a Southern boutique specializing in custom interiors and gifts. Continue reading

The Prescription Shoppe

The Prescription Shoppe Opens in Courthouse Commons

The Prescription Shoppe is now open at 5223 Monticello Avenue, Suite 3 in the Courthouse Commons Shopping Center. The Prescription Shoppe is a locally owned and independently operated full-service pharmacy that specializes in patient care. Continue reading
Go-Karts Plus

Go-Karts Plus Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Go-Karts Plus opened for its 2019 season on Friday, March 22. This year is the 30th anniversary of Go-Karts Plus being in operation in James City County. Continue reading

Billsburg Brewery

Billsburg Brewery Brew Beer in Remembrance of State Trooper Chad Dermyer

Billsburg Brewery is proud to announce that it brewed a new beer named 756 IPA in remembrance of State Trooper Chad P. Dermyer, whose “end of watch” was March 31, 2016. Dermyer’s wife, Michelle, assisted the Billsburg team brew the new IPA on Tuesday, March 5. The 756 IPA will be released on Friday, March 29 and a portion of proceeds from this beer released will be donated to the Unity Ride for fallen officers. Continue reading

The Drying Co./ThermalTec

The Drying Co./ThermalTec in Toano Named to Top 25 Insulation Contractors List

We are pleased to announce that The Drying Co./ThermalTec has been named one of the top 25 insulation contractors in the nation by Walls & Ceilings magazine for the second year in a row. The Drying Co./ThermalTec was one of two Virginia insulation businesses selected to the list. Continue reading

Williamsburg Business Roundtable

"How to Benefit from Opportunity Zones" Roundtable on April 9

The April 2019 Business Roundtable with be held at the Best Western Williamsburg Hotel Historic District and the speaker will be Jenny Connors from Williams Mullen. The topic is "How to Benefit from Opportunity Zones". Cost is $23. Register online.

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