Gov. McAuliffe Welcomes Formerly D.C.-Based Startup to Clarendon
Basket, a startup that produces a mobile app for saving money while grocery shopping, has moved from the District to Clarendon.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, County Board Chair Libby Garvey and Arlington Economic Development Director Victor Hoskins were among the officials on hand today to welcome the company to their new digs at 1220 N. Fillmore Street.
“Arlington County continues to attract cutting edge technology companies like Basket because of our high quality of life, well-educated workforce, and innovative business sector. Arlington County offers just the right synergy for companies like Basket,” said Senator Barbara Favola. “I applaud the Governor for his efforts to bring more jobs to Virginia and thank Basket for choosing Arlington. Welcome to our community!”
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