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Redskins To Move Training Camp To Richmond In '13, Keep Team HQs In Loudoun County
Published June 7, 2012
BUSINESS-FRIENDLY: McDonnell said that “from what his administration can figure out, the other localities offered ‘significantly more’ than Virginia’s package.” McDonnell: “What we have going for us is the fact that we have an incredibly business-friendly environment.” He said of the state’s funding, “It is a reasonable investment. We’ll get far more than $4 million in state tax dollars.” He added had the team left Virginia, “there would be an immediate and sudden impact” on the annual revenues it generates (FREDERICKSBURG.com, 6/6).