Please, no bashing. Sincere answers needed.
I am working in a economic restructuring project for my small town. The problem is, majority of the population of the town zips past our downtown to shop at a large city (about twenty miles away). The agreed on reason is lack of public relations. I don't thinks so. I believe that our small downtown harbors too many dusty antique shops and mom&pop that are way too nichee, and don't have the instant attention grabbing appeal.
Yes, we have festivals and other special occasions. People do attend these events, but these events only. They don't return to shop at the small town shops. What do you think why many people are attracted to big city shopping as opposed to their own small towns?
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