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Making the Grade: 5 Tips to Enhance Your College Town’s Experience

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By Jenn Gregory
President of Downtown Strategies

College and university towns carry a certain personality and panache about them. As a city leader you know there are huge opportunities for your college town, but many times less than ideal town and gown relations or territorialism can get in the way.

In this ebook, we provide tips for community and economic developers in college towns to take ownership over their community image and brand, how to capitalize on the power of the local college or university, and how to create a more vibrant downtown all through partnership with the university leadership.

Get five tips to enhance your city’s relationship with the college in your community to grow your visitor experiences.

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“Making the Grade: 5 Tips to Enhance your Town’s College Experience” is a free e-book publication by Downtown Strategies

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