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Building Better Communities

Supporting Fredericksburg

Creating Change in Businesses and Community

For the entire 2021 year, Metro Nova Creative will donate a portion of our sales to local non-profits in the Fredericksburg region that help build our community. Supporting Fredericksburg’s businesses and our people is always on our mind at the shop. So when you build your better business with our services, you’re helping too! We’re excited to launch this program and can’t wait to see what action we can create for our city. This year we will be focusing on these 4 pillars of community; Education, Art, Nutrition, Nature.

If you’re interested in working with us on your brand, while supporting our city please feel free to reach out!

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