RICHMOND, VIRGINIA – ChamberRVA, the only local membership organization dedicated to serving the region’s business and entrepreneurial community, announced today the launch of a radio advertisement campaign highlighting the key benefits of the Navy Hill development project, a transformational opportunity to revitalize downtown Richmond.
“The Navy Hill project will help our world-class city become an even more attractive place to live, work, and play,” said Brian Anderson, President and CEO of ChamberRVA. “ChamberRVA fully endorses this project and is excited to support creating jobs for Richmonders and generating significant economic opportunity for businesses to grow and thrive in the heart of downtown.”
The radio campaign includes five different spots, focused on the project’s benefits to jobs, housing, schools, tourism and minority businesses. The spots will run for three weeks and will air on WKHK 95.1 FM, WURV 103.7 FM, WTVR 98.1 FM, WRXL 102.1 FM, WKJS KISS 99.3 FM/105.7 FM, and WPZZ Praise 104.7 FM. The spots were produced by Johnson Marketing, an independent and strategic creative agency based in Richmond.
“Importantly, Navy Hill includes new retail, restaurants, and entertainment venues to draw visitors to our great city; thousands of mixed-income housing units to attract top talent; and ample office space to bring businesses to downtown,” said Anderson. “Our advertisements will help listeners learn more about the numerous benefits of Navy Hill for all Richmonders and for future generations.”
About ChamberRVA: ChamberRVA is the chamber of commerce representing the entire greater Richmond region – one city, seven counties and one town – since 1867. The chamber’s mission is to build a thriving regional community by supporting the success of members, providing a strong business voice and developing RVA’s future leaders. Learn more about ChamberRVA at chamberrva.com.