EatLoco’s mission is to provide a solid and structured “business home” for our farmers and artisans at venues that make customers want to visit over and over again. Introducing and promoting local performers and community groups to our new markets, gives our patrons a reason to stay for just a little longer. Our goal is the success of our EatLoco vendors. Thank you for supporting our farmers, artisans and the EatLoco Community.

Dan Hine
Founder & CEO
EatLoco, LLC

Dan Hine
Founder & CEO

After 22 years of commercial digital marketing, advertising, and promotional success in Loudoun County, Dan conceived of EatLoCo in 2015. Dan’s passion was to use his marketing skills and the backing of his successful marketing firm to promote healthy eating and living in northern Virginia. In 2016, EatLoCo began partnering with Loudoun County farmers and farmers markets to provide free marketing services. Dan’s demonstrated success at the markets and the improved financial well-being of partner farmers resulted in the 2017 development of EatLoCo Marketplaces. A self-acknowledged city-boy, Dan’s professional knowledge and management approach are the powerhouse behind EatLoCo’s success in the rapid expansion of our marketplaces and helping our farmers and venues achieve aggressive business goals.

Meg Lewis
Project Manager

A believer in ‘food heals’ and a health nut all around, it’s only natural Meg loves promoting EatLoCo’s Marketplace and all of it’s vendors, artisans and farmers that source local products. You’ll find her behind-the-scenes sharing marketplace updates on EatLoCo’s social outlets to spread awareness of the health and community benefits of buying and supporting local from Marketplace vendors. Meg is usually plugging away behind her computer to give EatLoCo website visitors the latest news on every health topic, Marketplace update, upcoming events and more.

Reese Kelting
Business Development Manager

Reese is our firecracker Loudoun County transplant originally from Southern Maryland. Coming from a family of Commercial Watermen, she started working by the age of 10. She and her father would have crab-pot pulling contests to make the long days and hard work more enjoyable. She knew from a young age how important small businesses are to families and the community, and with that passion instilled in her, came to Loudoun County and fell in love with the area she now calls home.

Now as EatLoco’s Business Development Manager, Reese is on a mission to help Loudoun’s small businesses and farmers grow. So while you might find her in a business meeting during the week tending to our sponsors, advertisers and developing new ideas to help our markets and farmers prosper, you may also find her running around on the weekends at one of our markets, or on a farm helping one of our vendors.

Jake Shafer
One Loudoun Market Manager

Coming from a Military background, Jake is passionate about eating healthy and staying active. His enthusiasm for connecting local farmers and artisans with the community is obvious to anyone who visits the One Loudoun market. His dedication to helping our farmers succeed, benefits both the farmers and our local community.

Jake brings a disarming friendliness to help cultivate the irresistible market environment that regular patrons know and love, from helping vendors setup to making sure each visitor has an amazing experience.

Sam Bourdelais
Brambleton Market Manager

Sam shines a bright light on our Brambleton market each week, ensuring our farmers and vendors are setup and ready to sell by 9AM every Sunday. Working her normal 9-5 job with the Brambleton HOA during the week, Sam has a vested interest in making the Brambleton Farmers Market a success.

EatLoco’s mission is to provide a solid and structured “business home” for our farmers and artisans at venues that make customers want to visit over and over again. Introducing and promoting local performers and community groups to our new markets, gives our patrons a reason to stay for just a little longer. Our goal is the success of our EatLoco vendors. Thank you for supporting our farmers, artisans and the EatLoco Community.

Dan Hine
Founder & CEO
EatLoco, LLC

Dan Hine
Founder & CEO

After 22 years of commercial digital marketing, advertising, and promotional success in Loudoun County, Dan conceived of EatLoCo in 2015. Dan’s passion was to use his marketing skills and the backing of his successful marketing firm to promote healthy eating and living in northern Virginia. In 2016, EatLoCo began partnering with Loudoun County farmers and farmers markets to provide free marketing services. Dan’s demonstrated success at the markets and the improved financial well-being of partner farmers resulted in the 2017 development of EatLoCo Marketplaces. A self-acknowledged city-boy, Dan’s professional knowledge and management approach are the powerhouse behind EatLoCo’s success in the rapid expansion of our marketplaces and helping our farmers and venues achieve aggressive business goals.

Meg Lewis
Project Manager

A believer in ‘food heals’ and a health nut all around, it’s only natural Meg loves promoting EatLoCo’s Marketplace and all of it’s vendors, artisans and farmers that source local products. You’ll find her behind-the-scenes sharing marketplace updates on EatLoCo’s social outlets to spread awareness of the health and community benefits of buying and supporting local from Marketplace vendors. Meg is usually plugging away behind her computer to give EatLoCo website visitors the latest news on every health topic, Marketplace update, upcoming events and more.

Reese Kelting
Business Development Manager

Reese is our firecracker Loudoun County transplant originally from Southern Maryland. Coming from a family of Commercial Watermen, she started working by the age of 10. She and her father would have crab-pot pulling contests to make the long days and hard work more enjoyable. She knew from a young age how important small businesses are to families and the community, and with that passion instilled in her, came to Loudoun County and fell in love with the area she now calls home.
Now as EatLoco’s Business Development Manager, Reese is on a mission to help Loudoun’s small businesses and farmers grow. So while you might find her in a business meeting during the week tending to our sponsors, advertisers and developing new ideas to help our markets and farmers prosper, you may also find her running around on the weekends at one of our markets, or on a farm helping one of our vendors.

Jake Shafer
One Loudoun Market Manager

Coming from a Military background, Jake is passionate about eating healthy and staying active. His enthusiasm for connecting local farmers and artisans with the community is obvious to anyone who visits the One Loudoun market. His dedication to helping our farmers succeed, benefits both the farmers and our local community.
Jake brings a disarming friendliness to help cultivate the irresistible market environment that regular patrons know and love, from helping vendors setup to making sure each visitor has an amazing experience.

Sam Bourdelais
Brambleton Market Manager

Sam shines a bright light on our Brambleton market each week, ensuring our farmers and vendors are setup and ready to sell by 9AM every Sunday. Working her normal 9-5 job with the Brambleton HOA during the week, Sam has a vested interest in making the Brambleton Farmers Market a success.

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