Metro Herald 901 N Washington St, Alexandria, VA22314 The Metro Herald in Northern Virginia is a weekly publication targeted to minority communities. It's the only…More black-owned newspaper in Arlington, Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, Prince William, Stafford, Spotsylvania and Westmoreland counties as well as the cities of Alexandria, Fredericksburg and Richmond. This weekly publication is distributed to the U.S. Congress, local libraries and public school systems as well as county government buildings.
American Conservative Union 1007 Cameron St, Alexandria, VA22314 The American Conservative Union is the oldest as well as the largest conservative organization in America today. It is…More located on Cameron Street in Old Towne Alexandria. Today the American Conservative Union is still the leading body that provides conservative options on key issues being discussed in congress, state governments, the media, as well as the public.
Colorectal Cancer Coaliton 1414 Prince St, Alexandria, VA22314 The Colorectal Cancer Coalition is a national non-profit advocacy organization based in Alexandria. The…More organization focuses its efforts to support research, empowerment and access to health care to win the fight against colorectal cancer. The coalition is a voice for colorectal cancer patients in Congress and at research centers.
National Beer Wholesalers Association 1101 King St, Alexandria, VA22314 The National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) is a trade association representing the interests of more than 3,300…More licensed, independent beer distributors. Founded in 1938, the organization's purpose is to advocate before Congress and the public. One of its roles is to promote responsibility in the manufacture, distribution, sale and consumption of alcohol. NBWA works to ensure product integrity and effective alcohol regulation. Fun fact: America's beer distributors are part of a system that helps provide approximately 13,000 labels of beer to consumers. Check NBWA's website for cooking tips with beer.