The Solomon Law Groupis participating in the first Hola Shenandoah Valley Festival from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. today at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds in Woodstock.
The event will feature Latin music, mariachi, classic rock and bluegrass bands; a specialty horse-riding show; Spanish, Mexican, American and Italian cuisine; a keynote speaker; and more.
Attorneys Gerardo Delgado and Marilyn Ann Solomon will represent the firm.
Fastsigns of Winchester recently celebrated its fifth anniversary.
Fastsigns combines marketing, sign knowledge and technology to raise business visibility.
Jessica Swiger, who brings 12 years of marketing experience, recently joined Fastsigns as an account executive and marketing specialist, according to owner Tracey Quick.
Dan Wall of Re/Max Roots has become a certified mentor for Buffini and Co.’s peak producer agent and career business education program.
Re/Max Roots’ top listing agent for September was Chip Schutte.
The Berryville firm’s top buyer agent was Vicki Broy the top producer agent was Leah Clowser.
Front Royal dentist Dr. Craig A. Zunka and team member Dianne Rusnak have returned from Schaum-burg, Ill., where they attended the 36th annual National Dental Seminar in Homeopathy, held Oct. 11-13.
According to Zunka, the seminar features dentists teaching techniques using classic homeopathy principles in modern high-tech dental offices.
Savas Beatie has completed an agreement with Angle Valley Pressto distribute its titles to non-book trade accounts in the United States and Canada.
Savas Beatie, a leader in the independent military and general history book-publishing industry, has produced many award-winning titles and national book club selections.
Angle Valley Press of Winchester is an independent craft publisher of unique books on the Civil War.
Angle publisher John Fox is looking forward to the partnership: “This indeed is a win/win for both of us, and allows me to focus on two exciting new titles we have planned for release soon. I am very pleased to be working with a dynamic and creative company like Savas Beatie.”
D’Vine Wines & Beer, in Creekside Station on Valley Avenue, recently hosted a fundraising wine tasting with Leon Tackitt, owner and winemaker of Tackitt Family Vineyards in Napa, Calif.
Tackitt, a military retiree, is a supporter of Boulder Crest Resort in Bluemont. A portion of sales of Tackitt’s wines, labeled EOD Cellars, were donated to Boulder Crest.
The retreat encourages military and veteran wellness and is the first country retreat established to provide “free respite, activities and programs for our nation’s seriously wounded warriors and their families to reconnect and recover during their recovery and rehabilitation,” according to its website.
Briefcase submissions may be emailed to Janice Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org, faxed to 540-667-1649, or sent to 2 N. Kent St., Winchester, Va. 22601. The deadline is 5 p.m. Thursday. Head-shot photos may be sent by email, but group photos cannot be published.