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  1. Advanced Vision Institute Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

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    James City County is pleased to announce that Dr. Glenn C. Campbell, along with community members and staff, celebrated Advanced Vision Surgery Center’s (AVSC) ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug. 4. AVSC is the first single-specialty surgery center on the peninsula. Specializing in ophthalmic procedures, this state-of-the-art facility offers the benefits...
  2. Bay Rivers Industrial, Inc. Expands in County

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    Bay Rivers Industrial, Inc. (BRI), specializing in metal fabrication, welding and machining for government, military and commercial contracts, has announced plans to expand their operations in James City County. BRI, located in the Hankins Industrial Park in Toano, will add approximately $500,000 in equipment and occupy an additional 11,000 square...

Discover. Engage. Prosper.

We have always attracted founders.

Virginia began as a business venture on the shores of the James River more than 400 years ago, and James City County continues to attract innovators today. Modern day founders discover a lifestyle and business climate in which they can prosper.

Whether you’re an entrepreneur launching a new venture or an international Fortune 500 company looking to relocate or expand, you’ll find a professional business climate here that is full of resources and opportunities.


“Printpack has been doing business in James City County since 1984. This has been a great place for us to grow our business from a small R&D startup facility to a world leader in our market. We have been able to build an excellent and committed workforce with the talent available in the county and neighboring areas. Our associates enjoy the high quality of life that is available here, where we have the benefit of a relatively small community with easy access to larger metropolitan areas. A large portion of our business in international and proximity to world class shipping facilities and competitive freight rates are important to us. James City County has been good to Printpack, and we intend to continue to operate a profitable business here for a long time.”

Jim Stevenson - Printpack

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