MK: 5 comments Muskegon Indoor Winter Market promotes unique goods, business and downtown activity

MUSKEGON, MI – Nestled inside an old bank building downtown, Muskegon-area residents and visitors on Saturday cruised through a small bazaar featuring everything from fresh pastries and coffee to knick-knacks and earthy apparel.

The affair, also known as the Muskegon Indoor Winter Market, began sluggishly as participants celebrated the second round of the relatively new effort created to promote Muskegon’s up-and-coming district.

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Downtown group is grateful for support

Letter to the Editor

On behalf of Great American Downtown, I want to take this opportunity to thank the Greater Nashua community for its support this past year.

Together, we have worked to promote downtown Nashua through successful partnerships and events. We actively strengthened our ties to the arts community and to downtown and regional businesses.

We began an initiative to raise funds for decorations on Main Street through the Downtown Lighting Committee. This public and private partnership successfully raised money for beautiful enhancements to our Downtown.

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JAN: Banished from Farish St., Watkins named chair of Downtown Jackson Partners

JACKSON, Mississippi — Fresh off getting the boot from Jackson’s Farish Street redevelopment project, developer David Watkins took over the chairmanship of Downtown Jackson Partners Wednesday.

Watkins, principal of Watkins Development and rescuer of the King Edward Hotel and Standard Life Building, succeeds Trustmark Bank’s Harry Walker as chair of the public-private agency that oversees downtown’s Business Improvement District and seeks to promote downtown as a live, work and play destination.

http://msbusiness.com/blog/2013/10/23/banished-jacksons-farish-st-watkins-takes-downtown-jackson-partners-chair/