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I had the pleasure of working with the fine folks at the Valentine Richmond History Center to update their headshots for their new website.
The Valentine is currently being renovated and updated, but fortunately for all history buffs, it is open during all the hubbub. So you can still get your history fix while the Valentine gets a makeover by planning a visit or by keeping up with their blog.
Keep calm and hammer on, you awesome Valentinians.
It has afforded me the opportunity to meet and work with the young professionals and entreprenuers that are the life-blood and future of this city.
The young professionals that I have met through this program are some of Richmond's finest. A big shout-out to Richard Wintsch for sending the participants to our studio and for the continuing relationship that has benefited my company in many ways.
The GRCC is packed with people who care about small business in RVA. They are a very helpful crowd that also likes to have fun. Caitlin Kilcoin organizes the HYPE (Helping Young Professionals Engage) program for the Chamber, which is another great program that creates fun "networking" events that don't feel like networking. Usually centered around a local business, HYPE events do more than simply put young professionals into a room together - they also drive awareness of local business up and create revenue for small businesses in Richmond, VA.
If you haven't checked out the programs currently being offered at the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce, do so today!