2018 Arlington Chamber of Commerce Best Business recipients

Recipients of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce 2018 Best Business Awards were saluted May 2 at the Key Bridge Marriott. (Chamber photo)

The Arlington Chamber of Commerce will hold its 34th annual Best Business Awards as a hybrid event – with tickets available either for in-person or “virtual” participation – on Tuesday, Oct. 27.

Awards will be presented in a variety of categories to businesses and organizations that deliver exceptional service to their customers, are industry leaders or offer a unique approach to delivery of goods or services, and display an interest in and concern for the Arlington community.

Among finalists for various awards: Agents in Style, Arlington Free Clinic, Arlington Strategy, AT&T, Capital MarCom, Casual Adventure, Design Powers, DTS, Good Sweat, Homewood Suites by Hilton Arlington Rosslyn Key Bridge, MMA & Sports Rehab, Movement X, NextUp Solutions, Northwest Federal Credit Union, OAR of Arlington-Alexandria-Falls Church, TriVistaUSA Design + Build, Virginia Hospital Center and YMCA Arlington.

Because of public-health requirements, space for the in-person event will be extremely limited (those interested in attending should contact the Chamber at 703-525-2400 for updated information). Tickets for the online presentation are $35 for Chamber members, $50 for others.

For information and registration, see the Website at www.arlingtonchamber.org.

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The Arlington Chamber should ask itself why so much of Arlington's economy is connected with the sales and service of motor vehicles when County Government disparages motor vehicles, why so many restaurants fail, why so many essential goods and services providers are located just outside the County, why the County's future is tied to a conglomerate that is overdue to be broken up because of anti-trust, how long County Government can keep making Arlington increasingly unaffordable as a place to live and do business.

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