Media Advisory: Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe and Paul Koonce, CEO, Dominion Virginia Power, to Keynote Virginia Economic Summit on November 20

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Virginia Chamber to Present Blueprint Virginia: A Business Plan for the Commonwealth to Governor-elect McAuliffe. Over 7,000 businesses and community leaders participated in developing this long-range economic development plan for Virginia

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Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe
Lt. Governor-elect Ralph Northam
Paul Koonce, CEO, Dominion Virginia Power to present Blueprint Virginia
Dr. Bob Templin, President, Northern Virginia Community College, Bridging the Workforce Skills Gap: A Strategy for Virginia's Economic Competitiveness
Dr. Bob Holsworth, Founder, VirginiaTomorrow will provide Virginia Election Analysis
Dr. Stephen Fuller, George Mason University &
Christine Chmura, Ph.D., Chief Economist, Chmura Economics & Analytics will present
new study results on impact of Changing Dept. of Defense Spending on Virginia's Economy

What:     4th Annual Virginia Economic Summit

When:     November 20, 2013 - 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
10:15-10:45 a.m. – Dr. Bob Templin
10:45-11:30 a.m. – Dr. Stephen Fuller and Christine Chmura, Ph.D.
11:30-noon – Dr. Bob Holsworth
Noon – Summit Luncheon - Paul Koonce, Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe and Lt. Governor-elect Ralph Northam

Where:     Williamsburg Lodge & Conference Center, 310 S. England St., Williamsburg, VA 23185

Host:    Virginia Chamber of Commerce

Background: Blueprint Virginia: A Business Plan for the Commonwealth
Blueprint Virginia: A Business Plan for the Commonwealth is a comprehensive initiative to provide business leadership, direction and long-range economic development planning for Virginia. During the past twelve months, the Blueprint process engaged business and community leaders from around the state through grassroots involvement to determine top priorities for strengthening Virginia’s economic competitiveness. Regional briefings were held in more than 30 communities where hundreds of Virginia citizens voted on priority issues for their region and the state. We collaborated with more than 300 organizations and over 7,000 participants to develop "A Business Plan for the Commonwealth" that provides our elected officials and private sector leaders with a roadmap for economic competitiveness.

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