Right to Work Virginia is For Lovers… And Businesses

Businesses are choosing to invest in Right to Work Virginia as a result of its economic benefits. Some businesses are expanding, while others are adding new locations. The most recent Right to Work Virginia investments are coming from Technomics and SmartRoof, as well as Skip Barber Racing School and Nakano Warehouse & Transportation. Altogether, these four companies will create a total of 599 new jobs for the state.

Read on so you can learn more about the great impacts these companies will create.

Technomics Inc:

Technomics Inc is investing $1.7 million in order to expand in Right to Work Arlington County, Virginia. This will also create 150 new jobs!

“We are pleased to support the growth of Technomics in Arlington County. […] Northern Virginia’s world-class talent, data infrastructure, and access have provided an ideal location for the company to thrive for more than 20 years, and we are committed to our continued partnership.”



SmartRoof is investing $555,000 in order to expand and create 400 new jobs in Right to Work Fairfax County, Virginia.

“SmartRoof’s mission is to positively impact lives through roofing and solar. […] This starts with our employees and ripples through the local communities where we work. We were founded in Virginia and are excited for the opportunity to keep our headquarters in Fairfax County and improve the lives of Virginians for years to come.” […]

“We are proud to partner with companies like SmartRoof that support high-quality job creation in the Commonwealth. […] This Virginia company has built its business based on exceptional quality, customer service, and rapidly evolving product offerings, and we look forward to supporting SmartRoof’s continued growth in Fairfax County.”


Skip Barber Racing School:

Skip Barber Racing School is investing $8.9 million in Right to Work Halifax County, Virginia. They will also create 24 new jobs.

“We want to thank both the Governor’s office and Halifax County for working so diligently with us to secure an opportunity for the Skip Barber Racing School to relocate their home to the VIRginia Motorsport Technology Park. […] Motorsport runs deep in Southern Virginia and this will add further depth to our already robust network of motorsport businesses here on-site and in Halifax County.” […]

“’VIRginia’ International Raceway is a perfect fit for Skip Barber Racing School, offering a world-class racing facility that attracts the best in the industry and higher education partnerships to supply a skilled workforce pipeline for the future. […] Leading companies are taking note of the Commonwealth’s advantages and joining the ranks, and we couldn’t be happier to welcome Skip Barber to Halifax County and Southern Virginia.”


Nakano Warehouse & Transportation:

Nakano Warehouse & Transportation Corp is investing $14 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Chesapeake, Virginia, creating 25 jobs.

“We are excited to welcome Nakano Warehouse & Transportation Corp. to Virginia and are confident that our multimodal transportation system will support the company’s growing distribution operations. […] The City of Chesapeake’s strategic location and proximity to The Port of Virginia continues to attract and retain supply chain investment, and we appreciate Nakano’s confidence in the Commonwealth.” […]

“We worked diligently with our partners to attract Nakano Warehouse and Transportation to Chesapeake, where it will provide supply-chain management for several companies within the market. The Port of Virginia is always looking for opportunities to collaborate and attract companies with the caliber of Nakano to take advantage of this port, which is the East Coast’s premiere global gateway.”


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