Friday, October 14, 2011

Brambleton's Latest News - October 2011

The Bramble10 Bash Rescheduled for November 5th
Great News - our Bramble10 Bash/Fall Festival has been rescheduled for NOVEMBER 5th. We will be adjusting the schedule to accommodate for the loss of daylight and will send out a new Bramble10 Bash schedule soon! The cost for admission is: Children (3 & up) - $10/rides wristband; Adults - $5/entrance; Ages 2 & under- free, and $30 max per family (a family = 2 adults and their children)! View all the details here: http://goo.gl/2oY30

The BTC hosts Briar Woods Homecoming Parade Friday!
Come out to support Briar Woods High School Friday, October 14th. We are making their Homecoming Parade a community affair, as we support Briar Woods students and staff. Festivities, including a moon bounce, games, popcorn and cotton candy start at the Brambleton Town Center at 4:30pm. The Parade begins at 5pm – be sure to look for our Bramble10 Anniversary float! B-what, B-woods.

Brambleton Town Center Announces New Tenants
Brambleton is happy to announce today four new retail tenants at Brambleton Town Center. Bella Ballerina, Sweet Frog and La Cucina will all open in October and Johnny Rockets has expanded into an additional storefront. Read more here: http://is.gd/FE9pnK

Brambleton Public Safety Center Ground Breaking Ceremony
Fire-rescue and county officials gathered on Thursday, September 29th, to celebrate the first step in construction for the long-awaited Brambleton Public Safety Center, which will be a combination volunteer- and career-staffed station and the county's Fire Marshal's Office. The center also marks one of the county's most energy conscious and efficient projects. In addition to being a LEED certified Silver building, the center will have radiant heating in the bays, a geothermal system, waterless and low-flow plumbing and underground cisterns, to name a few. Read more here: http://t.co/D7ThIjoo

Brambleton Sells 377 Homes in Just Over 9 Months in 2011 -- Milestone Marks a New Sales Record for the Community
Brambleton announced October 3rd that we have sold 377 homes in just over 9 months, surpassing our 2010 record-breaking year of 352 homes. Total YTD net sales include 175 single-family homes and 202 townhomes. Read more here: http://is.gd/saeZPr

At Home in Brambleton:
BRAMBLETON IS ON A ROLL By Ann Cameron Siegal
In 2010 it was the eighth fastest-growing planned community in the U.S. So far this year, bucking current housing trends, over 350 new homes have sold. As Brambleton celebrates its 10th Anniversary, it’s a good time to pause and reflect. What brings people here? More importantly, what keeps them here? And, what is ahead for this award-winning community? Read more here: http://is.gd/dNGw7z

Bramble10 Commemorative Magazine has arrived!
Our Bramble10 Commemorative Magazine was months in the making and it has finally arrived - pick up your copy at the Brambleton Welcome Center (42395 Ryan Road, Suite 100, Brambleton, VA 20148). For the past 10 years, residents have counted on Brambleton to offer them the best that Northern Virginia has to offer. Here’s a look at how Brambleton became the community it is today. Commemorative Magazine Digital Copy here: http://is.gd/mD154y

A Brambleton Story
Meet the Ladner/Cleveland Family: "We are very excited to be a part of the Brambleton community. We were very familiar with Brambleton, especially with the Town Center, as we lived down the road in the Broadlands for the past six years. The Broadlands is a great community, but with the birth of our second child we were in need of more space. So began our search for a single family home. We visited most of the new developments between Ashburn and Frederick, MD, where I commute three days a week. We saw many nice houses, but for one reason or another most were not a good fit for us. Truth be told, we were not expecting much the first time we entered the Pulte Homes model that would eventually be our home. However, the interior blew us away as it had everything that we had been looking for with an upstairs layout that is hands-down the best (for us!) that we had seen. Most importantly, for the first time we were not just visiting a nice house but rather a place where we could envision raising our family and making memories...a home.” Read more here: http://t.co/OJ3yR2r8

Reds & Threads
On Friday, September 30th, the Virginia Wine Factory’s Official Grand Opening and Misguided Angels’ one year anniversary celebration was combined into one fantastic event! There was live music by the 3MTs, prizes, promotions, and a fashion show featuring many of Brambleton's own residents AND it was emcee'd by NBC Washington's fashion and style expert, Leigh Macdonald!
View all the photos & videos here: http://is.gd/SnmTwY
View Ashburn Patch’s Article here: http://is.gd/ZqcHr0

A Special Homecoming Makeover at Annalee’s Formals
On Saturday, October 1st, NBC Washington's fashion and style expert Leigh Macdonald stopped by Annalee’s Formals at the Brambleton Town Center to offer free style advice and to do a Homecoming Makeover for a very special young lady who has achieved so much despite many life challenges. Meet Nailah Phillips, a sophomore at Heritage High School and the winner of this year's Homecoming Makeover giveaway. Nailah’s homecoming transformation was aired on NBC Washington's News4 Midday Report on Monday, October 3rd.
View Nailah’s story on NBC Washington’s Midday Report here : http://is.gd/ZB0i2z
Read more here: http://niceshoesnodrama.com/
View more photos here: http://is.gd/XqBy7X

Brambleton’s Biggest Fan
Have you met Barb? If not, check out Brambleton’s biggest fan’s exclusive interview published recently in our Bramble10 Commemorative Magazine! Here is a picture of Barb in her birthday outfit from Misguided Angels and her new hairdo from Eclips Salon & Day Spa taken at the Brambleton Town Center. Follow her journey as she gets ready to buy her first home in Brambleton!
Read her exclusive interview here: http://goo.gl/f0njs
Follow Barb here: www.facebook.com/brambletonbarb, www.twitter.com/brambletonbarb, & www.foursquare.com/brambletonbarb

2nd Annual Cacher’s Corner a hit
On Saturday, September 24th, you may have noticed some people looking around Brambleton for something…well, it was for 4 caches that we had hidden throughout the neighborhood for our 2nd Annual Cacher’s Corner Multi-Cache Event! After the hunt, Cachers enjoyed refreshments, swapped stories and traded coins at the Brambleton Welcome Center. Cacher’s Corner Event Comments & Photos here: http://is.gd/JYdAwr

Camberley Homes “Boulevard at Brambleton”
Camberley Homes new model the “Lakeshore” is coming along and close to opening. If you would like a sneak peek, please call Mike at 703.327.1182! View more photos here: http://is.gd/qbG4w8

Van Metre Homes “The Ponds” Grand Opening
Van Metre Homes is pleased to announce the official Grand Opening of their Sheffield model is this Saturday, October 15th . Please stop by for free family & pet photos, food & Games from 3-6pm – 42440 Great Heron Square, Brambleton, VA 20148, 703.764.5426. Check out their video tour here: http://is.gd/iHM2VR

Builders in the news -
Great Model Home Design at the Brownstones of Brambleton
Jennifer Sergent, native Washingtonian, former editor at Washington Spaces magazine and HGTV recently blogged about Miller & Smith’s Brownstones. “WOW, model homes in large developments are getting really hot these days — developers are hiring savvy designers to decorate their models to be idea factories for really cool interior design.” Read the full blog here: http://t.co/WispzMFu

Bella Ballerina opening October 17th
Beginning October 17th Bella Ballerina will be open in the Brambleton Town Center. They are a specialty dance school and offer everything from Mommy and Me classes up through age 8 with ballet, jazz & tap classes. We look forward to sharing photos in our next update of our little dancers in their tutus! More Information: www.brambleton.com/towncenter

The Brambleton Community Association helps keep Loudoun Beautiful
Keep Loudoun Beautiful, a local non-profit organization with its name bound to its mission, partnered with Loudoun County, Tarara Winery, the Brambleton Community Association, and 60 volunteers recently to remove litter from the banks, shores and shallows of the Potomac River along the Loudoun County border. Read more here: http://is.gd/fD8QlJ

Job Opportunites at the Brambleton Town Center
The following BTC tenants are hiring so if you know someone looking for employment here are is the contact information - La Cucina Italiano, email jec0929@msn.com or call 703-869-9544 & Sweetfrog At Brambleton, email sweetfrogdg@verizon.net! Construction of both new tenants is going well and hope to open this Fall.

Who Let the Dogs Out?
We had a fantastic turn out at the Doggone Wild Pool Party on Sunday, September 18th – from little to large, fun was had by all! We also captured some great videos so be sure to check them out as well. View more photos here: http://is.gd/TjFhQB

Practice makes perfect for Briar Woods
“Our practice field was a mud bath but we told our guys listen, ‘I don’t care how it is, it’s like old style football we just have to prepare.’ We had our best Thursday practice out in the mud,” Pierce said. “We had one dropped ball and we did all of our assignments right. That told me something there ... the guys stayed focused.” Briar Woods - who has outscored its four district opponents by a combined 192-9 this season - will host Heritage Oct. 14. Read more here: http://is.gd/mnqaVu

Our Wonderful Weather
We have collected some awesome sunset photos recently that we added to our Wonderful Weather album from our fans! One even made it on the front page of the Washington Post titled “Stunning September sunset in Washington, D.C.”. Washington Post Article: http://is.gd/kzXFfg & View Our Weather Album here: http://is.gd/9BSa9F

Photo albums worth a look
Facebook Fan of the Week: http://is.gd/U8j1F9
Meet the Team: http://is.gd/lASe11
Caption That: http://is.gd/hbmOEN
Family Portrait Album: http://ht.ly/6KYea
Our Wonderful Weather Album: http://is.gd/CNhYt4

Get Lost in Loudoun Debuts
During two jampacked weeks in June, five out-of-state visitors participated in a series of challenges and adventures that took them from one end of Loudoun County to another. After Visit Loudoun won an Emmy Award in 2009 for a series of 50 episodes promoting Loudoun tourism, the organization was eager to “come up with the next great way to get our message out”. View the series on http://www.getlostinloudoun.com/! Read more in the Washington Post here: http://is.gd/eZpOcX

Upcoming Events
October – La Cucina/SweetFrog anticipated opening
October 14th – Briar Woods Homecoming Parade
October 15th – Neighborhood Camp-Out
October 17th – Bella Ballerina anticipated opening
October 27th – Great American Living Awards
October 29th – Teen Halloween Night & Blood Drive (Brambleton Community Center)
October 29th – BTC Trick or Treat
November 5th – Bramble10 Bash “the only thing missing is you”
November 26th – Holiday Event (tree lighting & carriage rides)
December 31st – Ringing In Hope Charity Walk, Run & Fun
*residents only
Must Read: BCA’s October Newsletter: http://is.gd/cie1pq

Brambleton takes on a Green Business Challenge
The Brambleton Community Association and the Brambleton Group are proud to be participating in Loudoun County’s Green Business Challenge! The Green Business Challenge (GBC) is a friendly points-based competition and certification process that challenges your business to reach for more efficient and sustainable practices in their operations. The winner will be announced October 27 at the Annual Green Gala at the National Conference Center. Read more here: http://is.gd/9QjXoo

Loudoun County is #3 on the list of the Nation's brainiest.
Loudoun County and Alexandria round out the top five, with Montgomery and Fairfax counties also ranking in the top 10 -- in other words, six of the 10 highest-educated local jurisdictions are in the Washington area. Read more at the Washington Examiner: http://is.gd/5hiflG

Dulles Corridor Metrorail project at Tysons Corner
The first phase of the Dulles rail project — extending Metrorail service to Dulles Airport and Loudoun County — is scheduled for completion in December 2013. An important part of the project is underway in the Tysons Corner area. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Rep. Gerald E. Connolly (D) are among those who have visited Tysons Corner recently to check on the progress.
Read more here: http://is.gd/WMd7Nq
Latest News here: http://is.gd/ewvOw7
Anticipated Travel Time for the Silver Line: http://is.gd/dYkpQc

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