Feb 7 Main Street American Webinar

February 03, 2023

Join Us on Tuesday and Take Action!

Strategies for Vacant Downtown Properties, Storefront Upgrades and Small Business Challenges

Learn what we can do now to move Natchez toward greater prosperity for everyone!

Tuesday, February 7th, 2023 from 1:00-2:00pm
Natchez Convention Center • 211 Main Street: Enter on Main, 2nd floor, St. Francisville Room

Speaker: Ilana Preuss, Founder & CEO of Recast City LLC
Moderator: Dionne Baux, VP of Urban Development at Main Street America
Hosted by: Mickey Howley, Executive Director at Downtown Natchez Alliance

This action-oriented webinar gets straight to the point:

  • Rebuilding and strengthening downtown economies
  • Taking concrete actions now to fill storefronts
  • Seeking small-scale manufacturing and service business opportunities
  • Growing local businesses in a way that creates more opportunity for more people

Who Should Attend?

All downtown stakeholders are invited, including: business owners, property owners, investors, economic developers, real estate and financial professionals, elected officials, preservation professionals, and residents.

After the presentation, Mickey Howley will be available to take your questions about how we can apply these strategies to Historic Downtown Natchez.

Contact Mickey for more information or questions:
mickey@natchezdna.org | 601-443-3350

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