Three Rivers DDA launches new program

The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority/Main Street program plans to launch its inaugural “100 Friends of Downtown Three Rivers” campaign in February.
The campaign is designed to hit on three of the four goals of the DDA/Main Street program: Building Relationships, Communication, and Education and Awareness, according to Brian Persky, Three Rivers DDA/Main Street executive director.
All new members of the campaign will receive an inside look to the Main Street program, recognition on the DDA’s website and a complimentary T-shirt.
Donation levels vary from $15 and $25, to $50 and $100. Contributions are expected to go toward flowers and flower pots, holiday decorations, special events and other DDA/Main Street programs.
More information is available on the DDA’s website, at, or from Persky at (269) 535-5145.

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