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New Webinar Series: Investing in Your Main Street

Written By: NTCIC

Join NTCIC and the National Main Street Center as we discuss tax credits and how our Main Street Revitalization Fund can be used to support your historic Main Street communities nationwide. In this new three-part webinar series, we will explore the ins and outs of community development tax credits, discuss how to secure investments for projects in your communities, and learn how projects have gotten to the finish line. Learn from industry leaders and the first Main Street Fund project as we take a deep dive into financing community development.


March 21st at 1:00pm – Tools of the Trade: Tax Credits 101

Interested in learning about how tax credits can be used to support development projects in your communities? Join NTCIC’s Community Impact Manager Laura Burns as we discuss how these programs work and how groups like NTCIC can help you through the process.


April 11th at 1:00pm – How to Use Tax Credits in Your Main Street

Take a deep dive into the New Markets Tax Credit and the Main Street Revitalization Fund and learn how Main Street Coordinators across the country can support preservation efforts. In this presentation, we will teach you how to identify New Markets and Fund eligible projects in your areas, how to overcome hurdles you may encounter during a preservation project, and how these tools can generate millions of dollars in funding.


April 18th at 1:00pm – Mission Success: The Owosso Armory

Hear first hand how a Michigan community used the New Markets Tax Credit and the Main Street Revitalization Fund to restore a long-vacant National Guard building into community office space for local businesses and the Chamber of Commerce. NTCIC will be joined by Jeff Deason, President of the Shiawassee Regional Chamber of Commerce who spearheaded the Owosso Armory revitalization; and Joshua Adams, Executive Director for the Owosso Main Street. Learn how Joshua connected the Armory project to the Main Street Revitalization Fund which provided the funding needed to complete the project.