VAR CEO named one of Virginia’s most influential people

terrie_vb As the first women to head Virginia’s largest trade association, VAR CEO Terrie Suit was named in Virginia Business magazine’s “On the move” section — part of its annual feature on the most influential people in the state.

The magazine listed Suit as one of the “People who are making their mark” along with others such as Tom Folliard (president and CEO of CarMax), Gracia Martore (president and CEO of Gannett Co.), John F. Reinhart (CEO and executive director of the Virginia Port Authority), and George Sherman (president of Advance Auto Parts).

Congratulations, Terrie!

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About Andrew Kantor

Andrew is VAR's editor and information manager, and -- lessee now -- a former reporter for the Roanoke Times, former technology columnist for USA Today, and a former magazine editor for a bunch of places. He hails from New York with stops in Connecticut, New Jersey, Cincinnati, Columbus, and Roanoke.
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7 Responses to VAR CEO named one of Virginia’s most influential people

  1. Debbie Shickel says:

    Congratulations, Terrie!

  2. Jimmy Jackson says:

    I always knew you were one of the best.

  3. Rebecca Straley says:

    Congratulations neighbor!

  4. Ann Palmateer says:

    You always were a shaker and a mover for as long as I have known you. Congratulations!

  5. Tracy Pless says:

    Congrats, Terri.
    You have and will continue to have a very positive impact at VAR.

  6. Terrie, what great recognition of your talent and abilities. The Realtors of Virginia are proud to have you at the helm of our great organization.

  7. Carmen Martin says:

    Congratulations, Terrie, on your recognition! I knew you would make your mark on the Virginia Assoc. of REALTORS from the time you came on board. Very proud of you and to have you as our CEO!

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