Lost Rhino is Expanding Their Tasting Room at Red Rum Drive & Brewing Up a New Adventure in Brambleton!
Surf’s up! These rhino chasers are hanging ten on the waves of opportunity rolling through Ashburn this year as Lost Rhino co-owners Matt Hagerman and Favio Garcia prepare to enhance your tasting room experience at their Red Rum Drive location and open a second brewery and restaurant in the Brambleton Town Center. Hit the surf and join in the adventure with them! Follow their latest news on Facebook here or on their website.
Expansion of Tasting Room at 21730 Red Rum Drive:
New Adventure: 2nd Location in Brambleton Town Center:
Save the Date!
Inaugural Brambleton Brew Fest – May 30th from 2:00 – 6:00 PM. Brambleton will be holding its first Brew Fest and we want you to be as excited as we are! We will have local craft beers and their representatives here for you to sample plus live music and yummy food! Keep a look out for early bird special tickets. More information to come soon!
Brambleton Town Center Sponsors Fairfax World Police & Fire Games!
June 26th – July 5th, 2015
The Brambleton Town Center Associates is pleased to announce that they will be a sponsor of the Fairfax 2015 Games and will offer athletes special discounts!
ABOUT FAIRFAX 2015 – Fairfax 2015, Inc is a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation established to organize, manage and operate all activities related to the 2015 World Police & Fire Games. Their primary objective is to honor and celebrate our community heroes – public safety officers from around the world – by delivering an amazing athlete experience and fully engaging the community to produce the best Games possible.
Did you know Loudoun will host the World Police and Fire Games events in 2015? More athletes are expected than the 2012 London Olympics, which saw more than 10,000 athletes compete. Organizers for the World Police and Fire Games are expecting a minimum of 12,000 athletes. There’s almost as much nationalism as well, hosting people from 70 different countries! Are you ready? Only 21 Fridays until the Opening Games.
Virginia’s LOVEworks Artwork returning to Brambleton
Have you heard? Brambleton has been selected as a host site for the “Virginia is for Lovers LOVE campaign again.” The iconic LOVE artwork will be on display in the Brambleton Town Center May 22 – June 1. These letters travel around the state, promoting that “LOVE is at the heart of every Virginia vacation!” You are encouraged to take family photos in front of the artwork and then post to Facebook, tagging both Brambleton’s and Virginia is for Lovers’ pages; or on Twitter and Instagram using the special hashtag #LOVEVA and #BRAMBLETON. See www.virginia.org/love for more info.
Attention Realtors! Visiting Brambleton is so rewarding – especially this weekend during our Realtor/Client Appreciation Weekend (January 24th and 25th) – EXTENDED this weekend January 31st – February 1st! Realtors, bring your clients out to tour at least 3 “Move-In-Now” or builders’ model homes, and you’ll both receive a $50 gift card to a Brambleton Town Center retailer! Check out the details here, or give us a call at 703-542-2925.
What’s better this time of year than coming up with the perfect gift? Some friends in Northern Virginia know how that feels after delivering a surprise that will make a real difference in one man’s life. News4’s Zachary Kiesch was there for the big reveal.
Ringing In Hope: A New Year’s Eve Celebration!
For a second consecutive year, colder-than-usual weather stumbled upon the New Year’s Eve Ringing In Hope event, but it didn’t keep the runners away or the celebration from taking place! Nearly 1,000 participants registered for this annual celebratory racing event! Participants, ranging from little ones in strollers to our treasured seniors braved the chill of New Year’s Eve morning and joined up for the 5K and 10K race, and 1K Fun Run.
The events kicked off at 9 am as children proudly wore jingle bells around their necks to “ring in hope” for the new year as they made their way around the 1K Fun Run course along with family and friends. Pony rides and a barrel train, glitter tattoos, music, a balloon artist, moon bounces, and more offered entertainment for the younger ones after the Fun Run/Walk.
The pre-race warmups attracted large crowds as runners did all they could to stay warm, and at 10 am, the 5K and 10K runners set off on their respective races.
Nearly $5,000 in awards and prizes were awarded during the event to winners from each age category as well as to overall winners and recipients of raffle prizes, thanks to the generosity of our community supporters and sponsors.
This year’s race beneficiaries included Loudoun Habitat for Humanity, and Volunteers of America – Chesapeake (Loudoun Homeless Services Center), both of whom were on hand with their own exhibits and to interact with the crowd.
For more information please visit the website. Photos from the event can be found here and video here.
Suzanne Eaton Christmas Tree Sales a Success
The Suzanne Eaton Christmas Tree Lot had a phenomenal season in Brambleton selling trees, wreaths and garland. Thanks to everyone who purchased their greenery here,
the Eatons were able to donate $4,400 to the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation (that’s a 40% increase over last year’s donation)! Pictured here accepting the check on behalf of the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation are James Atkins, Founder and Chairman of the Board, and board member, Stephanie Knapp. The Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation is a local non-profit which focuses on the detection, treatment, education and elimination of breast cancer. The Brambleton Town Center was happy to welcome back Suzanne Eaton Christmas Trees this past year and honored to once again be the host site for this worthy cause.
Thank you for making 2014 Brambleton’s most charitable year!
Brambletonians contributed an impressive amount to local charities this past Holiday season:
Stratford Landing Pool Progress – January 2015
Town Center Tidbits
*Prices, terms, conditions subject to change
Bramleton’s Builder Model Home Video Tours Now Available!
How does investing in Brambleton compare to Loudoun County?
Brambleton All of Loudoun
Average Sold Price $551,613 $492,042
Average Days on Market 46 61
List Price/Sale Price 98.3% 96.7%
RE/MAX Gateway Brambleton
42365 Soave Drive, Suite 200 – Brambleton, VA 20148
Brambleton Wintry Scene – January 2015
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Brambleton Community Association News
January 2014 Newsletter – This is the latest monthly community news from the Brambleton Community Association. Click here to view the January Newsletter You can also follow their latest news LIVE on Facebook. If you would like to advertise in their monthly newsletter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. View the Media Guide here.
Don’t forget the new Brambleton Mobile App is available now at the app store, just search for Brambleton.
Brambleton Community Association is Seeking a Full-Time Resident Services Administrator – In addition to meeting the requirements of the job description for the position with a secondary area of focus on Lifestyles Support, ideal candidates for this position will have several years of business experience, a positive and professional demeanor and a customer service mindset. The successful candidate will demonstrate commitment to uphold BCA’s Vision, Mission and Core Values, be well organized, have strong communication skills, and be self-motivated. Prior experience working for a community or municipality is a plus.
The position is full time and offers an entry-level salary with benefits. Please send your resume with cover letter and salary requirements to email@example.com. Inquiries may also be submitted to this address, no phone calls please.
Sponsorship Opportunities – The Brambleton Community Association is always looking for area businesses who would like some exposure and advertising. A great way to do this is through Brambleton event sponsorship. There are a lot of options available, including customizing packages to make them work best for your business. Download the sponsorship form here.
January 24th & 25th – Realtor/Client Customer Appreciation Weekend
February 7th – Sport & Health’s Explosive Performance Athletic Center Grand Re-Opening
February 14th – Valentine’s Day Event
February 6th – Kid’s Night Out*
February 7th – Roving Dinner & Cocktail Party*
March 14th – Comedy Night*
Spring – Lost Rhino Retreat Grand Opening
The Silver Line effect: Tower Companies eyes town center for Loudoun interchange
For nearly 30 years, The Tower Companies has held onto more than two dozen vacant acres at a busy Loudoun interchange. With the Silver Line on its way, the time is finally ripe for its development.
The Rockville-based developer is in the earliest stages of planning a new town center for 28 acres located immediately south of the Sully Road (Route 28) interchange with Old Ox Road, on the east side of Route 28. An affiliate of the developer has owned the land since 1986. It is currently approved for an “old-style office park” that would be “functionally obsolete” if it were built today, said Eric Posner, The Tower Companies’ director of asset management. “We’re just exploring possibilities under the town center overlay zoning,” Posner said. “We think this is a great, great area. We think it should be the economic engine for Loudoun.”
Loudoun Closes On Silver Line Loan From Feds
Loudoun’s government announced in December that it has closed on a $195 million federal loan to help finance Metrorail’s Silver Line extension to Ashburn.
The low-interest loan and associated $1.3 billion loan to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority will help MWAA hold Dulles Toll Road rates at current levels through 2018 and limit future toll increases, officials said.
“The signing of the loan documents is the culmination of an immense team effort over a lengthy process,” Hemstreet said in a prepared statement.
Silver Line Ashburn Station – Coming 2020
Details here: http://issuu.com/brambleton/
StoneSprings Hospital Center – Coming December 2015
Details here: http://issuu.com/brambleton