Map stands for Marketing Ashland Partnership, a volunteer business networking organization based in Ashland, Virginia. MAP strives to promote businesses in the Town of Ashland and surrounding areas to include Hanover Court House, Doswell, Montpelier, Beaverdam and Rockville zip codes. MAP gives small businesses the opportunity to stretch their marketing dollar with cooperative marketing approaches, offering free or discounted promotional opportunities. Cooperative advertising includes, local television, newspaper and specialty publications and outdoor vendor events all year. Additional benefits of membership include Lunch and Learn, Speed Networking and Business After Hour Socials.


Established in 2000 by a group of Ashland business owners committed to helping Ashland thrive, MAP has grown to a network more than 150 strong and continue to be invested in the community and in each other’s growth.

Cooperative marketing works! Currently 70% of each member’s annual dues goes directly into advertising and promotion. MAP has set a goal of 100% return on membership dues. It is the BEST $100.00 spent on your company.
New to Ashland? Thinking about opening a business here? MAP is a great resource to aid you.

Also visit the Business Development page of the Town of Ashland’s website for more assistance.
Always evolving – Please Join us and see how a small investment of your time and energy can make a huge difference.

MAP’s monthly meetings offer brainstorming opportunities, networking and guest speakers.


Market Ashland Partnership is your link to what’s going on in the business community of Ashland, and what our Members are doing for you. From money-saving coupons to community events to our business directory, we are here to encourage you to Shop Ashland First!

Looking for a particular vendor, service or business in Ashland? Check out our Member Directory
By supporting Ashland businesses, you help us improve our community and way of life
Our organization supports local events such as the Ashland Strawberry Faire, as well as charitable projects that benefit the community