Prince William County, Virginia

Patrick King, CEO of Imagine Design, an interview with Connie Moser

Interested in interviewing? Contact us at RoundTable@PWCNews.us — For more information, to comment or to let us know that you would be interested in appearing on our show please contact us.

You can contact Connie online at facebook.com/connie.moser — Connie is active in a wide range of community issues and groups. ‘Nights at the Round Table’ has a mission to grow awareness about community figures, decision makers, and to explore issues affecting PWC and the surrounding area.

Patrick King – an interview with Connie Moser, PWC Newsmakers

PWCNews.US

5 August 2014

For Immediate Release

Patrick King, Founder/CEO of Imagine Design

&

Connie Moser, Nights at the Round Table

Host of PWC Newsmakers, Chair of the Neabsco Action Alliance, and member of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce Connie Moser sat down this week with the Founder and CEO of Imagine Design, Patrick King.

Since founding the firm in 2005, Imagine is a full-service marketing/design firm with the approach to being clean, simple, and direct methodology.  This particular approach has lead to the successful campaigns with Rolls Royce, Nestle, Rubbermaid, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, and Jim Beam Brands Worldwide. Imagine Design now focuses on building memorable and effective brands for professional service firms.

King’s marketing/design insight and advice have been published in a number of books, magazines, and webcasts including BusinessTips.com, SmartCEO, and RainToday. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Historic Manassas and CASA.

If you have a story that you would like to share with our community contact us at:

RoundTable@PWCNews.us

Any further questions regarding PWCNews.US

Contact:    Joshua Zuckerman

Email:        JZuckerman@pwcnews.us

 

This program is financially sponsored by USAJobZoo.com. A locally-owned jobs, recruiting and career website with opportunities across the USA.

USAJobZoo.com

Karen Peak – Keeping Kids and Dogs Safe – an interview by Connie Moser

Interested in interviewing? Contact us at RoundTable@PWCNews.us — For more information, to comment or to let us know that you would be interested in appearing on our show please contact us.

You can contact Connie online at facebook.com/connie.moser — Connie is active in a wide range of community issues and groups. ‘Nights at the Round Table’ has a mission to grow awareness about community figures, decision makers, and to explore issues affecting PWC and the surrounding area.

Karen Peak – an interview with Connie Moser, PWC Newsmakers

PWCNews.US

18 July 2014

For Immediate Release

Karen Peak, Prince William Today

&

Connie Moser, Nights at the Round Table

Host of PWC Newsmakers, Chair of the Neabsco Action Alliance, and member of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce Connie Moser sat down this week with writer for Prince William Today, Karen Peak.

As a writer for Prince William Today, Karen covers the safety of pets and is the creator of the Safe Kids/Safe Dogs Project. Started over thirteen years ago, Karen had two clients who were allowing dangerous situations involving their puppies and children to occur. The Safe Kids/Safe Dogs Project has expanded to cover not only children and dogs but adults, dog owners, dog parks, and vet clinic/grooming salon waiting rooms. Karen is also available in certain regions for public speaking on a variety of topics from dog safety, determining if you are ready for a dog or not, and how to improve the chances a dog will remain in a home for rescuers and breeders.

For more information, handouts, and booklets, visit: www.safekidssafedogs.com

LIKE them on facebook

If you have a story that you would like to share with our community contact us at:

RoundTable@PWCNews.us

Any further questions regarding PWCNews.US

Contact:    Joshua Zuckerman

Email:        JZuckerman@pwcnews.us

 

This program is financially sponsored by USAJobZoo.com. A locally-owned jobs, recruiting and career website with opportunities across the USA.

USAJobZoo.com

Canine Companion for Independence — a Lions Project

Meet Addie

Interested in interviewing? Contact us at RoundTable@PWCNews.us — For more information, to comment or to let us know that you would be interested in appearing on our show please contact us.

You can contact Connie online at facebook.com/connie.moser — Connie is active in a wide range of community issues and groups. ‘Nights at the Round Table’ has a mission to grow awareness about community figures, decision makers, and to explore issues affecting PWC and the surrounding area.

Jim Purton – an interview with Connie Moser, PWC Newsmakers

PWCNews.US

10 July 2014

For Immediate Release

Jim Purton, Chairman of LPCCI

&

Connie Moser, PWC Newsmakers

Host of PWC Newsmakers, Chair of the Neabsco Action Alliance, and member of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce Connie Moser sat down this week with Cabinet Chairman for the Lions Project for Canine Companions for Independence (LPCCI), Jim Purton.

Since 2002, Stafford resident Jim Purton has been involved in raising puppies for Canine Companions for Independence (CCI). His first puppy, Mercer, went on to become a Skilled Companion Dog for a young woman in Centreville, VA. This young woman made Mercer famous by writing several children’s books titled “Marvelous Mercer.” This book caught the national television spotlight as well as being covered in newspapers and magazine articles. Within a few months after starting a Lions Club, Jim had discovered the connection between Lions and CCI which then became what is now called the Lions Project for Canine Companions for Independence. Over the years, from being a Trustee to cabinet chairman, Jim Purton has been named President of the National LPCCI Foundation as of July 1, 2014.

LPCCI has raised nearly $3 Million dollars for CCI since it was founded in 1983. Jim’s mission is to reach out to the many Lions and their clubs who are not yet aware of the connection between both the Lions and CCI.

LIKE them on facebook

Any further questions regarding PWCNews.US

Contact:    Joshua Zuckerman

Email:        JZuckerman@pwcnews.us

 

This program is financially sponsored by USAJobZoo.com. A locally-owned jobs, recruiting and career website with opportunities across the USA.

USAJobZoo.com

Rebecca Barnes, Prince William Living Magazine, an interview with Connie Moser

Interested in interviewing? Contact us at RoundTable@PWCNews.us — For more information, to comment or to let us know that you would be interested in appearing on our show please contact us.

You can contact Connie online at facebook.com/connie.moser — Connie is active in a wide range of community issues and groups. ‘Nights at the Round Table’ has a mission to grow awareness about community figures, decision makers, and to explore issues affecting PWC and the surrounding area.

Rebecca Barnes – an interview with Connie Moser, PWC Newsmakers

PWCNews.US

2 July 2014

For Immediate Release

Rebecca Barnes, Publisher

&

Connie Moser, PWC Newsmakers

Host of PWC Newsmakers, Chair of the Neabsco Action Alliance, and member of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce Connie Moser sat down this week with Rebecca Barnes, Publisher of Prince William Living Magazine.

As a lifelong resident of Prince William County, Rebecca Barnes has been an entrepreneur for more then 20 years. In addition, Rebecca has served for 12 years on the board of the Chamber of Commerce and was a founding task force member, first Chairman and graduated from the first class of Leadership Prince William. On top of being a publisher for Prince William Living Magazine, she serves as a Public Relations specialist with the Lorton, Occoquan, and Woodbridge Volunteer Fire department.

If you have a story that you would like to share with our community contact us at:

RoundTable@PWCNews.us

Any further questions regarding PWCNews.US

Contact:    Joshua Zuckerman

Email:        JZuckerman@pwcnews.us

 

This program is financially sponsored by USAJobZoo.com. A locally-owned jobs, recruiting and career website with opportunities across the USA.

USAJobZoo.com

Earnie Porta – Mayor of Occoquan, Virginia

Full Interview

Earnie Porta bids all a fond farewell

Interested in interviewing? Contact us at RoundTable@PWCNews.us — For more information, to comment or to let us know that you would be interested in appearing on our show please contact us.

You can contact Connie online at facebook.com/connie.moser — Connie is active in a wide range of community issues and groups. ‘Nights at the Round Table’ has a mission to grow awareness about community figures, decision makers, and to explore issues affecting PWC and the surrounding area.

Earnie Porta – an interview with Connie Moser, PWC Newsmakers

PWCNews.US

25 June 2014

For Immediate Release

Earnie Porta, Mayor, Town of Occoquan

&

Connie Moser, PWC Newsmakers

Host of PWC Newsmakers, Chair of the Neabsco Action Alliance, and member of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce Connie Moser sat down this week with Mayor of the Town of Occoquan, Earnie Porta.

Since July 1,2006, Earnie Porta has served as the Mayor of the Town of Occoquan and after serving four terms, Earnie will be stepping down at the end of this month. (June, 2014)

Mr. Porta is an active member of various civic organizations. He is treasurer of the Prince William Trails and Streams Coalition, the Occoquan Historical Society, the Prince William Public Library System Foundation, Patriots for Disabled Divers, and the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association. In addition, he serves as the Secretary of Prince William Historic Preservation Foundation, the President of Optimists International Club of Occoquan-Woodbridge-Neabsco, and is a board member of Historic Prince William. He is also a member of the Occoquan Water Trail League, the Prince William Committee of 100, and a graduate of Leadership Prince William. In 2009, he was honored with the Roy Rosenweig Alumnus of the Year Award from the George Mason University Department of History and Art History.He also currently owns and operates the Occoquan Transportation Company, which provides a sightseeing service that brings passengers getting off the Amtrak Auto Train to the Town of Occoquan.

 

If you have a story that you would like to share with our community contact us at:

RoundTable@PWCNews.us

Any further questions regarding PWCNews.US

Contact:    Joshua Zuckerman

Email:        JZuckerman@pwcnews.us

 

This program is financially sponsored by USAJobZoo.com. A locally-owned jobs, recruiting and career website with opportunities across the USA.

USAJobZoo.com