FXBG small businesses are known for their flexibility, agility, and personalized approach to customer service. The owners of our small businesses have a hands-on role in the day-to-day operations of the business and are intimately involved in decision-making processes. A commitment to our city and our community is a strong and ever present value.
In this week’s edition of Freehling Finds, Bill gets a demonstration of club fitting by Master Club Fitter Andrew Clark at Club Champion, a nationwide chain.
In this week’s episode, Bill talks with Summer Jordan, owner of Fika Studio at 719 Caroline Street.
The space at 1002 Winchester Street in Fredericksburg, next to Harry’s Downtown, has shifted its focus from a tasting-room format into a more-specialized small restaurant called Harry’s Sidecar.
In this week’s episode, Bill talks with Dr. Antoinette Jenkins, director of UMW’s Center for Career and Professional Development and also director of the Rappahannock Work and Learn Collaborative.
Opened in 1993, the Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic is a nonprofit organization that provides comprehensive healthcare free of charge to low-income, uninsured and underserved adults in the Fredericksburg region.
Located at 829 Caroline St. in downtown Fredericksburg is Sight Studio Optometry. On Nov. 3rd, 2023, the business will celebrate 10 years at the downtown location.
The Fredericksburg Convention Center, formerly known as The Fredericksburg Expo Center, recently completed a major makeover and re-branding.
The Fredericksburg Symphony Orchestra (FSO) will have four shows in the 2023-24 season.
Take a ride on Fredericksburg’s Bike Bus to Hugh Mercer Elementary School. Jess Kujala talks with Bill about the start times, pick-up locations, route and all the information needed to join in the fun
Fredericksburg’s The Workshop at 1104 Summit Street is participating in FXBG October First Friday on Oct. 6 by hosting an open house to showcase their newly updated gallery. The gallery will be open year-round for people to purchase locally made fine-crafted wood furniture and other handmade mixed-media creations.
B-FOR International, a Fredericksburg-based company specializing in trade-show exhibits, is now located in the Mill Race Commons office building at 701 Kenmore Avenue — the same office where they started in Fredericksburg 30 years ago.