Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Williamsburg Chamber Hosting Ribbon Cuttings For Two Businesses

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WILLIAMSBURG-The Greater Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce will celebrate two businesses with ribbon cuttings within the coming days and weeks.

The first ribbon-cutting event will take place for Paws of Honor on Friday, June 23 at 11am at 1158 Professional Dr., Suite G. Williamsburg Mayor Doug Pons is scheduled to speak. The event will coincide with National Take Your Dog to Work Day, and Paws of Honor will have retired K9s from their program on-site.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony is also set for next month on Thursday, July 27 at 1pm for MilliesWorld of Nails. The ceremony will take place at 109 Bulivants Blvd., Suite A.

For more details on either event, visit the Chamber’s website.

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