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Linda Callagy

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Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery

HQ Phone:  (703) 548-0935

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Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery

105 North Union Street

Alexandria, Virginia,22314

United States

Company Description

The Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery (formerly Potomac Craftsmen Gallery) was the first fiber art gallery in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. It was established in September of 1974, as an original occupant of the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Old Town Alexan...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

ArtSquare


Consultant and Trainer

Social Media Solutions LLC


Affiliations

Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce

Board Chair


Web References(24 Total References)


Untitled Document

www.loudounbusiness.com [cached]

The highest honor of the day-the Judy Patters Tourism Award, named for a founding board member and indicating a lasting impact on the tourism industry-went to The Potomac Gallery owner Linda Callagy. She joined the LCVA forerunner, the Loudoun Tourism Council, when it started in 1995 because she thought it would benefit businesses in historic Leesburg.Callagy chaired the board for two years and was treasurer for two years.Accepting her award, Callagy said it is wonderful representing Loudoun County, and that it is an easy thing to do.


Defining The Me In Meet Me Downtown --Leesburg2Day-- The Journal of Loudoun County

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LDBA Treasurer: Linda Callagy, co-owner of The Potomac Gallery, said she has been frustrated by the lack of foot traffic downtown.Callagy said she loved the proposed concept and hoped it would not take long to educate consumers about the cool shops and services in the historic district. "It just seems to take so long," she said.


Industry Recognition

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2005 - Linda Callagy, The Potomac Gallery


Times Community Newspapers

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Linda Callagy, president of the LDBA and owner of the Potomac Gallery, said that the plan would help downtown merchants compete with Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets and other places that offer shoppers plenty of free, convenient parking.


Business Reps Offer Revised Parking Plan --Leesburg2Day-- The Journal of Loudoun County

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The LDBA executive committee, composed of Potomac Gallery co-owner Linda Callagy, Amendment I Inc. corporate marketing director Kathy Foster, Realtor Chuck Jones and Eyetopia Owner Paige Buscema, "must represent the public outcry and strongly oppose the elimination of two-hour free parking and a parking validation program that places the burden of the public parking on the shoulders of Leesburg businesses," Buscema told the council.


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