Monday, July 15, 2024

Virginia Peninsula Clean Business Forum Awards Now Open for Nominations

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WILLIAMSBURG — James City County announced that it is now accepting nominations for the Virginia Peninsula Clean Business Forum Awards.

The Virginia Peninsula Clean Business Forum Awards celebrates local businesses that have adopted green initiatives, enacted business practices that are environmentally friendly or have innovated with a sustainable response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Virginia Peninsula Clean Business Forum is made up of the cities of Hampton and Newport News, as well as York and James City counties.

The forum meets quarterly and is hosted by each of the participating localities on a rotating basis for each quarter.

Awards are presented to one local business in each of the four localities every quarter.

Previous award winners include Williamsburg National Golf Club, Kiskiack Golf Club, Trader Joe’s, Realtec Community Services, J.S.G Corporation, David A. Nice Builders, and Owens-Illinois, Toano Plant, to name a few.

Locals can visit the James City County website to find a full list of the previous winners as well as an application to nominate a business.

More updates from James City County can be found on its Facebook page.

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