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Lindley Estes is a business writer for The Free Lance-Star and Fredericksburg.com. This blog is on Fredericksburg-area business. Send an e-mail to Lindley Estes.

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Business Notes, Oct. 26

Here are some business-related odds and ends from the past week in the Fredericksburg area:

  • Billy Beale, CEO of Union First Market Bankshares Corp., has been elected vice chairman of the Government Relations Council for the American Bankers Association (ABA). He will continue to serve on the board of directors for the ABA.
  • The local branch of TransAuthority Inc. has moved to its new building at 3400 Lee Hill Drive in Spotsylvania County. The company, which was formerly called International Truck Sales of Richmond, moved to the larger warehouse facility from 302 Central Road in Fredericksburg. The company sells truck and trailer parts on site and services heavy-duty trucks. The company added about 8,745 square feet of space to an existing 2,450-square-foot office at the Lee Hill Drive facility off Tidewater Trail.
  • Hilldrup Moving & Storage recently promoted Gina Gant to director of client services.
  • Well-known area Realtor Kathy Greenlaw has joined the local staff of Long & Foster. She was previously with Coldwell Banker Elite.
  • Play It Again Sports is moving in Fredericksburg’s Eagle Village shopping center to where the Lee’s Cleaners and Mailhouse Plus stores were formerly located near the Post Office. The store will move around the end of the year.
  • Wacky Bear Factory is moving from Doc Stone Commons to the Aquia Park shopping center in North Stafford. Donna Hart with Virginia Properties and Carl Braun with Silver Commercial Brokerage worked on the lease.

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