Fairfax County’s new, permanent ‘LOVE’ sign kicked off its 11-stop tour today (May 9) with a ribbon-cutting in the Plaza at Tysons Corner Center.
The new sign celebrates the 50th anniversary of the “Virginia is for Lovers” slogan and National Travel and Tourism Week.
The sign will be on display until May 19 at the Plaza at Tysons Corner Center. It is also scheduled to be displayed at Caboose Commons in Merrifield from June 26 to July 1 during the “Summer of LOVE” tour.
In August, the sign will head to its permanent home at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton where artists will bedazzle the letters.
Fairfax County received a $10,000 grant from the Virginia Tourism Corporation for the tour.
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