Invest in Main Street Alabama

Investment Opportunities

Thank you for considering an investment in Main Street Alabama, a statewide organization focused on downtown and neighborhood revitalization with an emphasis on economic development to bring jobs, dollars and people to Alabama’s historic communities. Main Street Alabama is the state coordinator for Main Street Programs in Alabama and is affiliated with the National Main Street Center, which was established in 1980 as a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

The proven Main Street Four-Point Approach® helps communities to organize themselves for success, improve the design of their neighborhoods, promote their districts, and enhance the economic base of a community. Your tax exempt investment helps to improve the places we live, work and play.

Contact us at 205-943-4803 or elizabeth@mainstreetalabama.org for more information.


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Investors

The names listed below represent those who have invested in Main Street Alabama’s BUILDING BETTER DOWNTOWNS campaign as of May 31, 2017. For more information about this campaign (to become an investor and/or see a list of benefits affiliated with each investor level), please visit the BuildingBetterDowntowns.org website. MANY THANKS to you all.

PLATINUM REVITALIZER
State of Alabama - ADECA

DIAMOND GALVANIZER
Alabama Tourism Department
The Daniel Foundation
EBSCO
Mike & Gillian Goodrich Foundation
Protective Life Corporation
Regions

GOLD STAKEHOLDER
The Caring Foundation

SILVER PROMOTER
Alabama Municipal Electric Authority
Alabama Power
Alabama Power Foundation
Anonymous
Balch & Bingham
BB&T
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodrich
PNC
Southeast Gas

BRONZE SUPPORTER
Charles Ball
Marsha & Jim Bankston
Marylon Barkan
Trisha Black
Tim Blair
Paul Carruthers
Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama
Ernie Cowart
Alex Flachsbart
David Fleming
Goodwyn Mills Cawood
Mary M. Helmer
Frederick M. Lanier
Elizabeth G. Long
Mike Putman
Rebel Negley
Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
Joe Sumners
Tennessee Valley Authority
John Thornton
Volkert & Associates





QUICK FACTS

Our Main Streets are places of shared memory where people still come together to live, work and play.