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By Books To Go Now
About Love Under an Open Sky (The Montana Ranch Series Book 5) When Callie jumped on a place to Montana and the ranch of her cousin, she couldn’t remember ever having done such a reckless deed before, but looking up into the sexy eyes of Joel Masters,...

By Books To Go Now
About Saddle Up For Love (The Pancake Club Book 4) Barbara “Barb” Sessions is a wrangler and sometimes babysitter at the local dude ranch, Saddle Up.

By www.bookstogonow.com
Books To Go Now is proud to announce award-winning author Natalie-Nicole Bates’ contemporary romance, Back to You, has been released!“BACK TO YOU is a sweet contemporary romance that solidifies the fact true love never dies.”Romance...

By Strategic Book Group
No one is safe! In a small Connecticut fishing village where the favorite pastime is taking long walks on the beach, an unknown terror is about to arrive.

By Redwood Motion Pictures
Trailer is now live for the new independent feature film Then Again

By Redwood Motion Pictures
A young girl's journey to discover her life's passion. Ayan Pratap's directorial debut, Then Again, is an important film in the sense that it leaves us with a profound connection with a part of ourselves which may not have been fulfilled yet.

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By Books To Go Now
About Christmas Reflections (Forever Christmas Book 1) As a teenager Juliet Swanson couldn’t wait to get out of her home town of Glenville, WA and move to the big city.

By Books To Go Now
About Love Under an Open Sky (The Montana Ranch Series Book 5) When Callie jumped on a place to Montana and the ranch of her cousin, she couldn’t remember ever having done such a reckless deed before, but looking up into the sexy eyes of Joel Masters,...

By Books To Go Now
About Damage Control (The Pancake Club Book 3) Teenage love is a road fraught with heartache and Jennifer Defoe was no exception. Hers is an unrequited love for a boy who thought her a friend.

By Books To Go Now
About Saddle Up For Love (The Pancake Club Book 4) Barbara “Barb” Sessions is a wrangler and sometimes babysitter at the local dude ranch, Saddle Up.

By Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
The Mail Must Go Through! This Memoir of 'A Small-Town Mailman' is Hilarious!

By Cowboy Capital Productions
Krista Kedrick, uses her lifelong experience living in Nebraska to write compelling, country loving’ romance stories set on the prairie.  Lacy, is the first book in Krista’s series The Doves of Primrose.

By www.bookstogonow.com
Books To Go Now is proud to announce award-winning author Natalie-Nicole Bates’ contemporary romance, Back to You, has been released!“BACK TO YOU is a sweet contemporary romance that solidifies the fact true love never dies.”Romance...

By Strategic Book Group
No one is safe! In a small Connecticut fishing village where the favorite pastime is taking long walks on the beach, an unknown terror is about to arrive.

By Redwood Motion Pictures
Trailer is now live for the new independent feature film Then Again

By Redwood Motion Pictures
A young girl's journey to discover her life's passion. Ayan Pratap's directorial debut, Then Again, is an important film in the sense that it leaves us with a profound connection with a part of ourselves which may not have been fulfilled yet.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
For downtown business owners, dollars saved are just as important as dollars earned. Energy audits and efficiency upgrades are two ways that businesses can cut operating costs without impacting customer service.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Cash Mobs are popping up in downtown areas across the country.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
In city centers around the country, the role of parking and the full range of benefits that it provides are coming into question and creative solutions are emerging.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
David Feehan considers different approaches to measuring the success of the downtown organization.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Around the country, pop-up art spaces take many forms, but all aim to draw visitors to the central business district.

By Brighton Publishing Press Room
Mary Duncan’s debut novel release in eBook is a young adult romance-thriller capturing raw human interaction and tragedy

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Central to the visual enhancement plan in Elizabeth, NJ, is a detailed evaluation of every downtown property, interviews with merchants and shoppers, grants for improvements, and an enhanced partnership with the city.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
The February issue of "Downtown Promotion Reporter" newsletter features six steps to increasing event attendance with Facebook.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Culinary tourism spurs economic development across the country.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Converting public space into an ice rink provides variety and wonderful programming opportunities downtown during winter months when city centers are traditionally not as active.

By Author Marketing Experts
Author Kristi Sedersten’s latest book, Lost Mojo, delivers a spine-chilling tale that’s impossible to put down.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
This year, downtown organizations are considering new responsibilities and new revenue sources while preparing for the economy to rebound.

By Strategic Book Group
This fascinating novel is based on a real murder mystery that took place in the 1950s.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
The Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham, AL, offers a range of micro loan programs to keep businesses open and jobs downtown.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
To enhance offerings during the busy holiday shopping season, many downtown areas are developing annual holiday pop-up programs that enliven their streets, highlight available spaces, and give entrepreneurs a valuable outlet for showcasing products.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Communities across the country are mulling the benefits of modern streetcars. An article in the November issue of "Downtown Idea Exchange" provides details and case studies.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Downtown hospitality training program engages, energizes and enhances community pride in Lansing, MI.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Fouteen vacant storefronts are transformed into works of art for the winter holidays.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
The farmer's market in downtown Salt Lake City, expands its offerings with an annual kick-off party, farm tours and a sponsorship program.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Creation of a downtown plaza benefits local citizens and many local businesses who provided much needed materials and skills.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Cash-strapped festival and event producers are getting creative about finding and enhancing revenue sources for their activities. Smaller portions is just one idea with big potential.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
As small and independent downtown businesses struggle for survival, this new report provides proven strategies for business retention and recruitment.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
There is a growing body of evidence that thoughtful investment in arts and culture initiatives can generate significant economic benefits for cities large and small.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
A harbor-side festival finds ways to draw in new visitors by speaking their language.

By Dick Larkin
44% increase in local business advertising in the Cedar Lake HomePages® Directory demonstrates optimism and commitment to local consumers.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Cowork spaces are popping up all over the country bringing workers into downtown areas and filling often chronically vacant commercial space.

By Strategic Book Group
Something evil is killing people in the small town of Templeton, Ohio.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
The April issue of "Downtown Promotion Reporter" newsletter explores the many benefits of social media in enhancing the image of a city center and stopping negativity in its tracks.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Wireless security cameras are being used in downtown's that can't afford a round-the-clock police presence.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Central Business Districts across the country are promoting the local economy with scavenger hunts.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
With just $20,000 and 200 volunteer hours the Rosslyn Business Improvement District in Arlington, VA turned an eyesore into a colorful public space.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Transforming a blank wall into a mural brings people of all ages to downtown Traverse City, MI where they create a piece of history.

By Ken Rundel
Budget Travel magazine's contest to determine America's Coolest Small Towns ended Feb. 11 and Eureka Springs placed 4th in the nationwide voting.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Chambers of commerce, convention and visitors bureaus, and other local organizations are all seeking ways to pool resources and avoid duplication of effort. The end result: cost savings and fewer demands on donors and volunteers.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
From New Haven, CT, to Seattle, WA, creative partnerships are bringing artwork to vacant storefronts, drawing visitors into the downtown area, and filling vacant spaces with long-term tenants.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
Three top industry experts discuss what the New Year holds for downtown leaders in this timely article from "Downtown Idea Exchange" newsletter.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
A team of experts from the National League of Cities provides practical recommendations for keeping troubled or abandoned property productive.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
173 government programs highlight creative government initiatives around the country. Several focus on common problems faced in downtown revitalization.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
A film festival draws thousands into the downtown area but not into downtown shops. A cross-promotion helps make the festival a hit with local film lovers and merchants.

By Sharon F. Benigson, DowntownDevelopment.com
While the Main Street Four-Point Approach has become the mantra for cities and towns seeking to revitalize their downtowns it may be time for four new points.



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