Now accepting letters from area business, political, and community leaders

The recent Crupi Report included the thoughts and musings of 110 anonymous “business, political and community leaders” — some quite critical (slash clueless?) about our area. JohnS put out the following call: Those anonymous leaders can set the tone. Step out, to use Crupi’s words. Write a letter to the editor of the Times-Dispatch, call […]

The recent Crupi Report included the thoughts and musings of 110 anonymous “business, political and community leaders” — some quite critical (slash clueless?) about our area. JohnS put out the following call:

Those anonymous leaders can set the tone. Step out, to use Crupi’s words. Write a letter to the editor of the Times-Dispatch, call Style Weekly, schedule an interview with the local media, pen a piece for RVANews, schedule a sit-down with one of the area’s more engaged weblogs. Come out of the shadows, and project your leadership. Inspire the community through your words and actions. If you want a new tone, set a new tone.

So hey, if you are a local bigshot and want to reach that ever-so-important creative class we’d love to work with you to publish your thoughts. Just email me at info@rvanews.com.

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Ross Catrow

Founder and publisher of RVANews.

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  1. Sounds a bit like McCarthy – “I have here in my hand a list of 205.”

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