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Building new customers with social media

social mediaPBA Lunch and Learn series continues, May 13th. Mark your calendar and sign up today to hear Laura Poindexter, renowned speaker & thought leader on electronic marketing and social media. She will be speaking on: 10 Cost effective or FREE …


PBA’s First Karaoke Scholarship Fundraiser

PBA’s First Karaoke Scholarship Fundraiser Raised Money and the Roof
By Judy Stearns

PBA Karaoke

The participants at the first Purcellville Business Association (PBA) Karaoke Night Scholarship Fundraiser knocked the socks off everyone. Seasoned singers, first time singers, groups and solos brought …


Social Mixer

networkingMiddleburg Bank is sponsoring the PBA Mixer on April 15th. Come join us for networking.

This event will be a COOKOUT (yes, you read that right!) combined with a tasting from a local winery and brewery. The MIXER will be …


The 2014 PBA Board is sworn in.

new boardThe Purcellville Business Association (PBA) held its Annual Meeting Gala on March 13 at the Loudoun Golf & Country Club with President Jim Bowman taking the helm for the last time for his two year term. Daniel Abramson is the …


Karaoke For Scholarships

KaraokeGraphicThe Purcellville Business Association invites you to join in a joyful noise (that’s debatable!) by singing your favorite song while helping us raise money for the PBA High School Scholarship Fund. Here’s how it works: you choose a song for


Annual Officers & Directors Installation and Awards Banquet

officer awardsPBA ON DECK: It’s time for the 2014 PBA Annual Officers & Directors Installation and Awards Banquet on Thursday, March 13th, 6-8:30 p.m. at the Loudoun Golf & Country Club! This gala event is always a fantastic gathering that


Catoctin Creek Sets the Bar for Solar

Catoctin Creek Distillery has installed large solar array covering the roof of its new facility on Main Street in Purcellville, Virginia.  The solar array, installed by Prospect Solar of Sterling, Virginia, will offset nearly 85% of the distillery’s energy usage,