Greetings from Middleburg from all of us at BOWA

Each year, as the weather turns colder and the decorations start to appear, all of us at BOWA look forward to sponsoring and participating in the Christmas in Middleburg festivities. 

This year’s event occurred Saturday, December 4th, 2010, and was attended by thousands who lined Washington Street in downtown Middleburg, VA, a charming historic town in Loudoun County.  As is tradition, the event was kicked off by the Middleburg Hunt as their approximately 100 horses, riders in red coats and dozens of hounds came through the center of town.  The parade which followed included local schools, businesses, organizations and social groups and featured decorated floats, dance and scout troops, lines of classic cars, plenty of horses, dogs and even Alpacas. 

The BOWA Team was there represented by a number of employees and family members who built and decorated the “Santa’s Coming Down the Chimney” float, marched in the parade and served refreshments outside our local office at 201 E. Washington St.   As an active member of the community, we were happy to take part in this wonderful tradition for the third year running.  It is local event not to be missed and everyone who was there had a great day.  Hope you’ll consider joining us next year to help kickoff the holiday season in classic style.

Here is a short video of some of the fun.


Josh Baker Guest Blog Post by:

Josh Baker
Founder, BOWA