Carfax president Dick Raines

Carfax president Dick Raines

Washingtonian, a D.C.-area magazine, has named Carfax a ‘Great Place to Work’ for the eighth time in a row, Carfax has announced.

“We’re thrilled that our team once again earned a spot on Washingtonian’s list for what fuels our great culture,” said Adrienne Webster, vice president of human resources. “Sure, we’ve got an office full of cool gadgets, games and creature comforts for us and the newest members of team Carfax, our dogs. We believe a great culture grows from healthy competition, knowing your work makes a difference to millions, and being rewarded for your efforts.”

The company recently expanded in the D.C. area, adding 25,000 sq. ft. to its Fairfax County offices. It’s also looking to hire dozens of programmers and data engineers in order to improve its used car listings and vehicle history services.

Carfax has also earned the same distinction this year from Virginia Business.