Annotation from the article https://www.virginiabusiness.com/article/finding-its-vibe/
Tech company moves in
The same year the Craddock Terry Hotel opened, city offices moved from the Carter Glass Building, leaving another historic Lynchburg building empty. It was built by the publisher of The News and The Daily Advance newspapers, Carter Glass, who would become a U.S. senator and treasury secretary under President Woodrow Wilson. (He is best remembered for the Glass-Steagal Act, the 1933 law that separated investment banking from retail banking.)
CloudFit Software, founded just under two years ago, is moving into the building and plans to add 139 jobs during the next three years. CloudFit, which works with Fortune 500 companies and the Department of Defense, helps its customers leverage cloud technology to “empower every business on the planet to successfully transform at maximum velocity,” according to the company. Four of the company’s five highest-ranking executives spent more than a decade at Microsoft.
Carroll Moon, CloudFit’s co-founder and chief technology officer, grew up in the area. “Having grown up here, I am an enormous fan of the people of our region — brain power, work ethic, service to customers and teammates. I call it blue-collar brilliance.”