FREDERICKSBURG REGION, VIRGINIA- Law firm Sands Anderson is this week’s investor of the week!
About Sands Anderson
Sands Anderson PC is a midsize law firm working with businesses, individuals, government entities, healthcare organizations, and insurance companies throughout the Mid-Atlantic region who have diverse legal objectives.
Sands Anderson began in Richmond, Virginia, in 1842, when Alexander Hamilton Sands and John Howard founded our firm. Since then, it has become Richmond’s longest continually operating business and has expanded across the Mid Atlantic region with attorneys to support clients in Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia and Washington D.C.
We established our Fredericksburg location in 2001 and have proudly been an active member of the region’s fast growing business community. We believe that to do our best work we should be more than a legal resource to those we serve. Instead, we’re a friend in business who cares just as much for the clients we support as the outcomes we create.
Sands Anderson and the FRA
“Sands Anderson is proud to support the Fredericksburg Regional Alliance as an investor. We recognize the vital role FRA serves in growing the economic strength of the region and value their collaboration with business leaders, local governments, higher education institutions, and others to attract businesses to the area and create new jobs. As an investor, we also appreciate the information we receive on economic development activities and the access to the region’s business and government leaders.”
To learn more about Sands Anderson, please visit them at sandsanderson.com.
FredRegion: The Fredericksburg Region is Virginia’s fastest growing market with excellent access to 60% of the nation’s population and global markets. The region boasts a highly educated labor force, lower cost of business and enviable quality of life. The Fredericksburg Region is home to three military installations and located midway between Washington, D.C. and Richmond, Va. making it the ideal location for all businesses.