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Williamsburg Pottery named Business of the Year by Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce

The Williamsburg Pottery was named Business of Year on Wednesday night by the Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce.

Williamsburg Pottery newThe award was presented to Kimberley Maloney, president of the 73-year-old Williamsburg landmark, which is undergoing a $25 million renovation and expansion. A grand opening for the renovated Pottery is scheduled for April 5 on the 100th birthday of the business’ founder, the late James Maloney.

The "new" Williamsburg Pottery will emerge as a sophisticated yet casual environment that combines the charm of a traditional European market with the conveniences and sensory experiences of 21st-century shopping.

  • 1/2 mile of beautiful new buildings along Richmond Road
  • 160,000 square feet of enjoyable shopping
  • 1000’s of unique new items
  • New café, Au Bon Pain bakery and restaurant
  • Outdoor events
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