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The Asheville Downtown Association (ADA) will host its annual State of Downtown Luncheon Thursday, January 16 at noon in the U.S. Cellular Center's Banquet Hall. Special thanks to sponsor, Asheville Savings Bank and The Brite Agency.
2014 ADA Board President Adrian Vassallo will discuss the association's program of work for the upcoming year as well as the membership's top priorities and challenges facing downtown merchants and residents.
The luncheon will also feature presentations from Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer and Buncombe County Commission Chairman David Gantt.
The ADA will also present the 2013 Downtown Heroes Awards to individuals or organizations who have significantly impacted downtown Asheville, have been active in its revitalization, and have contributed time and energy to improve the downtown area for businesses, residents and tourists.
A question and answer session will conclude the event.
Tickets are $10 for members of the Asheville Downtown Association and $15 for potential members and include lunch. Tickets and information are available online at or by calling 828.251.9973.
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Asheville Downtown Association
Created in 1987, the Asheville Downtown Association is a non-profit organization committed to the preservation and improvement of the central business district. Through programs and annual objectives, the Board of Directors work to make downtown Asheville the center of commerce, culture, government, and leisure.
Together, the Asheville Downtown Association board and members support the vitality of downtown through public advocacy, political involvement and community events. Membership is open to any person or organization interested in supporting the downtown community. Members reflect a wide variety of residents, property owners, business professionals, retailers and restaurants.