Another company is moving it’s headquarters from Maryland to Fairfax county. Fairfax County has seen tremendous growth and the local and state governments of Virginia are continuing to provide amazing incentives for companies to set up shop here. You can read the entire release here. Every story continues to give me a great feeling about Virginia on every level. I love the economic opportunity in this state. I truly feel that our state does a tremendous job at keeping taxes low, providing for higher education (although this has been struggling), and investing in a qualified workforce that provides companies great incentive to move here. We’re looking forward to continuing to grow throughout Virginia. <3 VA!
Vincent is one of the few who can say he was born and raised in the DC area. Vincent graduated Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) in 2008 with a BS in Marketing Management and The University of Mary Washington with his MBA in 2011. Vincent has an extensive background in the Defense Industry, where he spent time as a Deputy Program Manager for major Department of Defense subcontractors. In 2011 Vincent launched the Washington DC office of FreshySites and has been involved ever since. In 2013, Vincent left his DoD job and joined the FreshySites team full-time in order to help facilitate the company’s rapid growth cycle. Vincent is active in the community and serves on a few non profit boards. Personally, he loves the outdoors, camping, fishing, hiking, anything to get him off that computer!