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Virginia Chamber names Del. Jackson Miller “Distinguished Advocate for Business”

Delegate Jackson Miller (R-50), who represents residents in Manassas city and Princ William County, was honored with the Distinguished Advocate for Business Award at the recent Virginia Chamber of Commerce 92nd Annual Dinner and Legislative Awards.

This award, reflecting Delegate Miller’s outstanding voting record on pro-business legislation, was bestowed during the dinner event at the Jefferson Hotel in Richmond.

“The Virginia Chamber is pleased to recognize Delegate Jackson Miller as a ‘Distinguished Advocate for Virginia Business’ for his support of policies that will allow private sector businesses to succeed and grow in the Commonwealth,”  Barry DuVal, President and CEO of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, was quoted as saying. “With a lifetime ‘A’ rating from the Virginia Chamber, Delegate Miller has been a consistent ally in improving Virginia’s business climate.”

The Virginia Chamber of Commerce is a non-partisan, business advocacy organization that works in the legislative, regulatory and political arenas to act as a catalyst for positive change in all areas of economic development and competitiveness for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

With a network of more than 25,000 Virginia companies, the chamber serves as the voice of the Virginia business community and is the most influential business advocacy organization in the Commonwealth, according to the news release.

Virginia Chamber members promote the free enterprise system as the best way to enhance the economic competitiveness of Virginia and the Nation.  They do not endorse candidates but evaluate elected officials based on performance.

Linda Decker, president and CEO of the Flory Small Business Center, Inc. has served as a member of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for the past five and a half years.  She knows firsthand that the topics of economic competitiveness, fair trade, and financial literacy are all issues of importance to our region’s small businesses. 

Decker said she was pleased to be on hand to see Delegate Miller recognized for his efforts to promote strong business principles and initiatives and was quoted in the news release as saying,“We are extremely proud to have Jackson Miller, the House of Delegates Majority Whip, serve as our representative – he is a star in the Virginia General Assembly!”

The Flory Center is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to business development, retention and expansion.  The Center serves as a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration and is funded by Prince William County, the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park and Prince William County Industrial Development Authority. Flory Center can be reached at 703-335-2500 or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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