Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Historic Manassas, Inc. Welcomes Saforian to Old Town Manassas

Historic Manassas, Inc. 
9431 West Street
Manassas, VA 20110
www.visitmanassas.org
 
For Immediate Release
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Contact: Taylor Lenz
(703) 361-6599 x104
 
Historic Manassas, Inc. Welcomes Saforian to Old Town Manassas
 
Manassas, VA—Saforian, a web design firm, opened their doors at 9408 Grant Avenue, Suite 403 in Old Town Manassas. Historic Manassas, Inc. welcomed the new business with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on April 3, 2013. Mayor Hal Parrish, City Manager John Budesky, Historic Manassas, Inc. staff and other Old Town Manassas business owners were in attendance.
 
Established by Todd Rice and Greg Bosque in 2002, Saforian works to create ‘stylish and strategic, innovative yet easy to use content that consumers connect to, engage with and believe in’. Digital marketing campaigns that are integrated to social media and mobile/responsive website design are just a few of Saforian’s services.  Some of their clients include AOL, American Red Cross, Big Brothers Big Sisters and No Kid Hungry. To see their inspiring work, go to www.saforian.com.
 
The company recently moved into their new location making the transition from Mclean, Virginia to Old Town Manassas.  Saforian’s new office is on the fourth floor of the Old Town Plaza building and features panoramic views of Old Town Manassas.
Saforian founding partners Todd Rice and Greg Bosque cut the ribbon with their staff,
 Mayor of the City of Manassas Hal Parrish, City Manager John Budesky,
Historic Manassas, Inc. staff and board members.
 
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About Historic Manassas, (HMI), Inc.
Established in 1985, Historic Manassas, Inc. (HMI) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization located at in Old Town Manassas, Va. Its mission is to revitalize, preserve and enhance the economic base that ensures the rich tradition, history and charm of Old Town Manassas, Va. HMI is 25-year accredited member of the Virginia Main Street program which encourages economic development and rejuvenation of old towns in Virginia. Included in Southern Living Magazine and Woman’s Day magazine for places to travel, Old Town Manassas was also listed by Washingtonian magazine as one of Washington, D.C.’s “best places to live.” For more information about Historic Manassas, Inc. and details on upcoming community events, visit their web site at www.visitmanassas.org or call 703. 361.6599.