Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville

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The Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville (DBAC) is a non-profit organization that supports and promotes commerce in downtown Charlottesville.

The Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville (DBAC) is an association created, managed, and funded by a group of Downtown's merchants, restaurants, and other interested businesses. Their goal is to raise recognition of the wide variety the area has to offer. Overall, they aim to market and support the Mall by shaping the Downtown Mall into one cohesive network.

Parking

In December 2014, the group asked City Council to consider charging for on-street parking. [1]


Board Members[2]

Alex Bryant, Chair, Tom Tom Foundation

Susan Bashline, Vice Chair, Magpie Knits

Roy Van Doorn, Treasurer, City Select, VA Welcome

Megan Garvin, Secretary, Moe's Original BBQ, Water St

Joan Fenton, At Large, J. Fenton Too

Susan Payne, At Large, Blue Ridge Group

Andy McClure, The Virginian Restaurant Company

Heather Haynie, Rock Paper Scissors

Matthew Simon, The Paramount Theater

Jason Ness, City of Charlottesville Office of Economic Development

Melody Smith, Violet Crown Cinema

Mike Rodi, Rapture Restaurant

Charles Friend, Residence Inn by Marriott

Blair Williamson, S.L. Williamson, Co., Inc.

Erin Hill, Hampshire Investments

Susan Krischel, IX Art Park

Patrick McClure, Citizen Bowl Shop

Linnea White, Darling Boutique

2021 DBAC MEMBERS

2nd Act Books

Angelo Jewelry

Bittersweet

Blue Ridge Group

Blue Whale Books

Caspari

Chaps Ice Cream

Charlottesville & Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau

Citizen Bowl Shop

Citizen Burger Bar

City of Charlottesville

City Select/Virginia Welcome

Colliers International Real Estate

The Consignment House

Cville Arts Cooperative Gallery

Cville Weekly

Darling Boutique

The Downtown Grill

The Escape Room

The Fitzroy

Flora Petit

Grit Coffee Bar & Café

Hamilton’s at First & Main

Hedge Fine Blooms

Hourigan Construction

IX Art Park

Java Java

J. Fenton Too

Jean Theory

The Jefferson Theater

The Jeweler’s Eye

Kilwin’s of Charlottesville

Lenhart Pettit

Lanier Parking Solutions

Live Arts

Lynne Goldman Elements

Magpie Knits

Main Street Properties

Market Street Market

Market Street Wine Shop

Moe’s Original BBQ

New Dominion Bookshop

Quad C Management

The Nook

The Omni Hotel

The Paramount Theater

Paw Prints Boutique

Petite MarieBette

Quilts Unlimited

Rapture

Redlight Management

Red Pump Kitchen

Residence Inn by Marriott

Rock Paper Scissors

S.L. Williamson Co., Inc.

Shenanigans Toy Store

The Southern Cafe & Music Hall

Sprint Pavilion

Stay Charlottesville

Ten

The Spectacle Shop

Tilman’s

TJ Planning District

Tom Tom Foundation

Tuel Jewelers

Union Bank & Trust

Virginia Discovery Museum

Virginia National Bank

VMDO Architects

The Whiskey Jar

Woodard Properties

Yves Delorme

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References

  1. Web. Downtown group asks council to charge for on-street parking, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow, December 1, 2014, retrieved December 8, 2014.
  2. Web. Downtown Charlottesville About

External links

official site