ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) —Main Street Alabama focuses on improving downtown communities, and Main Street members unveiled the rebranding progress they’ve made for downtown Enterprise.
It all started about a month ago when Mary Helmer Writh, president and state coordinator of Main Street Alabama, teamed up with city leaders like Main Street director Cassidi Kendrick to find ways to rebrand.
Now, it’s happening, and they showcased the changes Wednesday evening at the Enterprise Farmers Market.
“I feel like this was worthwhile, and it will promote as well as publicize in turn makes Enterprise look like a jewel when it comes to downtown,” Mayor Bill Cooper said.
From holding town hall meetings for feedback to now, the brands unveiled to Enterprise citizens.
“To have this kind of group show up to the reveal knowing that there’s still more work ahead for them to implement is very satisfying,” Writh said.
Improvements to banners in the city, for festivals, and more were revealed.
Those who were at that town hall meeting, like Shopaholic owner Debbie Gaydos, was happy to see the improved results.
“It is so exciting,” Gaydos said. “I can’t describe to you the feeling that I have about our city. There’s such pride in all of this because people have worked really hard here, it does take a village.”
She said she’s happy to see the growth of Enterprise and how she’s grateful to be apart.
“We could not be more pleased with the way that this branding turned out for us, and I just want to thank all the volunteers for Main Street and Main Street Alabama and the branding team that put all this together for us,” Kendrick said.