Business Partners


The AGCVA is the largest and most influential construction trade association in the Commonwealth. Our members constructed facilities valued at more than $4 billion in 2013, and provide rewarding careers for nearly 40,000 construction professionals.

Among its many activities, the AGCVA provides the following benefits for members:

• Legislative and regulatory representation;
• Safety services;
• Workforce development;
• Training classes;
• Cooperative activities with other organizations;
• Networking opportunities;
• And much more!

Contact:  ~  800-581-4652


The SVBA is a community of home building professionals and suppliers and is one of the best places for you to learn about the industry, cultivate long-term relationships and take advantage of unprecedented business opportunities. When you join the SVBA, you will automatically become a member of the Home Builders Association of Virginia (HBAV)  and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). That’s three memberships for the price of one! Your annual dues payment entitles you to a full range of services at all three levels, including product and service discounts, networking opportunities, news and education.

Contact:  ~  540-560-1281


The first Rockingham County Fair was held at the Linville Ball Park, August 31 - September 3, 1949. Many smaller fairs were held before 1949 at Ed's Park at Rawley Springs, in Harrisonburg on the Whitesel-Sit lot, and at the present location of Memorial Stadium. From 1950-1951, the fair was four days long, from 1952-1963, five days long, and since 1964, the fair has run for six days.

The fair has been held at the present site on US Rt. 11 since 1980.

The fairgrounds currently account for 111 acres of land, including a 21,000-square-foot exhibit hall. In addition, the fairgrounds include a barn complex with more than 80,000 square feet under roof, providing for a capacity of hundreds of hogs, sheep, goats, beef cattle, and dairy cattle; a farm museum; a building for horticulture, flowers and farm crop displays; a building for poultry/rabbit exhibits; and numerous food concession buildings run by local civic organizations.

Contact:  ~  540-434-0005


The Shenandoah Valley Workforce Development Board is an incorporated, non-profit organization serving 16 localities in Northwestern Virginia. The SVWDB operates five Valley Workforce Centers and directs numerous workforce initiatives. They partner with business, education, economic development, and other community and faith-based organizations to thoroughly understand the current labor market and develop innovative solutions to address broad regional workforce issues.



ASA Vision: The American Subcontractors Association is recognized as the united voice dedicated to improving the business environment in the construction industry.

ASA Mission: The American Subcontractors Association amplifies the voice of and leads trade contractors to improve the business environment for the construction industry and to serve as a steward for the community.

ASA Values: The ideals and beliefs of ASA are ethical and equitable business practices, quality construction, a safe and healthy work environment, integrity and membership diversity.

Contact: ~  703-684-3450


The Shenandoah Valley Partnership (SVP) works with public and private partners at the local, regional, and state level to develop an economic climate for business success throughout the Shenandoah Valley. Through regional cooperation the SVP brings together business, government, and education leaders to attract new business to the area, help existing businesses expand, and guide strategic workforce development to grow and sustain a healthy economic future for our region.

Contact: (540) 568-3100  ~


Valley Career Hub is a collaborative effort among the business, education, and economic development communities in the Shenandoah Valley to broaden awareness of high-deman, high-growth, high-wage careers in our region and promote local training opportunities for these careers.

Contact: (540) 568-3100 ~


A breathtaking property, Massanutten Resort features 6,000 acres of mountain fun at its very best. Unique in both its size, variety of amenities, and outstanding condo and hotel accommodations, Massanutten has secured its spot as one of the premier all-seasons resort destinations on the East Coast.