‘Like A Family’

Local Chamber’s Honorees Know How To Run A Business

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Posted: January 10, 2013

Farm Credit’s Ryan White (left) chats with Craig and Nancy Miller and their son, Chase, before the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce awards banquet on Wednesday night. The Millers, who raised turkeys that were “pardoned” at the White House, received the chamber’s Farm Family of the Year award. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Mike Pugh, says Old Dominion Realty has always been operated “more like a family than a business.” And its worked, earning him the Rockingham-Harrisonburg Chamber of Commerce’s Business Person of the Year award.
A Bowl of Good café owner Katrina Didot, winner of the chamber’s Entrepreneur of the Year award, chats with guests before Wednesday night’s banquet.

HARRISONBURG — Old Dominion Realty’s longevity is hereditary, President Mike Pugh says.

From the time his father, the late Clyde Pugh, started the company in 1962 through more than 50...



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