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Aleksandr Maryaskin and Tim Wright, co-owners of Simply Unique Jewelry Designs, traveled to Hong Kong for the ceremony. To hear his name called as the top winner was “the highlight of our dreams and careers,” said Maryaskin.
Did someone say “Boatlifts?” Located on Back Creek in Seaford, Mills Marina has new owners - Pamela & Curt Lang. With renovations to the ship’s store and maintenance facility underway, a grand opening celebratio...
Simply Unique Jewelry Designs in Yorktown announces Alex Maryaskin has done it again! He has been selected as a finalist (one of nine) out of a field of 165 entries in the "Best Of The Best" or the "Champions Of Champions" show, The Ho...
The purpose of the award is to recognize a *small York County Business that has demonstrated outstanding business achievements in the past year. The chosen award winner will be recognized at York County's Distinguished Business Affair, to be held February...
Vote for your favorite York County business, now through March 30th!
The York County Economic Development Authority Honored Three Businesses at the Annual Distinguished Business Affair. Congratulations Marina Electrical Equipment, Walsh Electric and The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown
Community Impact Award Ceremony hosted by COVABIZ magazine recognized the top 12 businesses that had the greatest community and philanthropic impact in Hampton Roads. Three of those twelve businesses were from York County. From left to right Arcphor (Tim ...
Pictured from left to right:
3rd Place, Rebecca Mulvain (and Marley) from Muddy Marley’s Dog Wash
2nd Place, Duncan Hamra of Affordify
1st Place, Erica McMannes of MadSkills
Judge, Zack Miller
Emcee, Chris Davidson
View video recap of the event.
Congratulations to these two fantastic York County businesses who are growing and giving back to the community!
York County offers business training scholarship for entrepreneurs partnering with Retail Alliance, County to host classes for Certificate of Retail Operations
Taking its buy-local program to the next level, York County’s Office of Economic Development has announced a partnership with Retail Alliance and a new grant for local businesses. Retail Alliance, a nonprofit trade association serving all of Ham...
The Office of Economic Development and the York County Chamber of Commerce are all about the special brew that makes Home-Based Businesses successful.
York’s Home-based Business Program featured in International Economic Development Journal
Check out this list of the newest businesses in town! York County offers many resources for new and growing businesses.
With more than 100 restaurants and 30 different retail centers York County, Virginia has something for every palate and every budget!