The annual Open House event by the merchants of Downtown Campbellsville is all day Saturday November 13 and on Sunday November 14 12pm to 4pm. This event welcomes everyone to shop, dine, and explore everything that Downtown Campbellsville has to offer for the holiday season.
Downtown Campbellsville sponsored a night at the Taylor County Fair on Saturday June 12, 2010.
Downtown Campbellsville sponsored the Chamber luncheon on March 11, 2010.
You caught us working on new structure and content. The pretty presentation and photos are coming later… Until then, check out this photo.
The above picture of Campbellsville is circa 1949. Originally in black and white, the image was colorized using Photoshop.
It’s official. Campbellsville becomes Kentucky’s Next Great City™ – a branding initiative to promote revitalization efforts downtown. It’s not enough to simply renovate your product and expect people to come. You must include marketing and sales. And, if you’re going to market, you better know what your outcome will be. It must be clear. Kentucky’s Next Great City is trademark of Downtown Campbellsville.
Downtown Campbellsville’s Commercial Historic District is now on Wikipedia.
Downtown Campbellsville™ (A marketing alliance) secures the inside cover of the annual Discover Taylor County magazine. The 8×11 ad features a photo of downtown from the 1940’s that was colorized using Photoshop.
With the advent of new social media tools, downtown merchants are building better relationships and customer service. The popular tools in use include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, eVite, blogs, and web sites. “It’s extremely effective marketing”, said one merchant at the Uptown/Downtown meeting.
The Green Room officially opened March 17, 2009. The Green Room is a remarkable salon and day spa known as the Main Street Retreat.