The Value of Your Main Street: StartupNation Radio

Jeff and Kristi share how community, culture and business all tie together to increase the financial value and aesthetic value of your Main Street.

Jaymes Vettraino, former city manager of Rochester, Mich. and current director of the Center for Social Entrepreneurship at Rochester College, joins the show to explain what citizens can do to improve their communities.

Cristina Sheppard-Decius, former executive director of the Ferndale, Mich. Downtown Development Authority and current owner of POW!Strategies, shares her experiences on Main Street and what she did to make Ferndale so fashionable.

Find out how to increase the value of your Main Street on this edition of Main Street Nation Radio.

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