Exciting developments continue to come out of Patrick County as economic developers and supporting agencies prepare to renovate space to institute a first-of-its-kind business development center. Providing resources to entrepreneurs and small businesses and driving the renaissance of Uptown Stuart; the business development center is expected to contribute to catalyzing economic growth, revitalizing the business district, and promoting business diversity.
The project was recommended by Governor Glenn Youngkin for funding through the Appalachian Regional Commission. This funding is in addition to an award received through the Virginia Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission, and a fiscal investment from the county. undefined
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