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The Downtown Research & Development Center is the exclusive distributor of handbooks and reports from the National Trust for Historic Preservation Main Street Center.

The center advocates a unique preservation-based economic development approach that enables communities to revitalize downtown and neighborhood business districts by leveraging local assets — from historic, cultural, and architectural resources to local enterprises, and community pride.

Additional information on the Main Street Center and its conferences, training, consulting services, membership, and more is online at: www.PreservationNation.org.

Board Member’s Handbook (Pkg/5)
Developing a management team and program that is well structured, well funded, and committed to the future is the only way to sustain the revitalization effort.
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Fill-in-the-Blank Business Recruitment
This workbook was designed for downtown and commercial district revitalization organizations that want to improve the mix of businesses in their districts by helping existing businesses thrive, and by recruiting new businesses to fill gaps in the market.
Temporarily Sold Out.
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Marketing an Image for Main Street
Provides both the novice and the experienced marketer with a solid background in all aspects of launching a downtown marketing program.
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Revitalizing Main Street
Presents a practical framework for downtown and central business district growth and development.
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The Parking Handbook for Small Communities
A complete and thorough review of how to plan, develop and manage parking for a small downtown.
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