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"Downtown Pride Day" Exploring Downtown Twin Falls
Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) If you're looking to go shopping anytime soon, local business owners encourage you to shop downtown.
"There are things to do, new business are opening. We have added six new businesses in the last couple of months. We have three more that are opening soon,” said Owner Tony Prater, Jensen Jewelers.
“Downtown Pride” is to let locals know there is life on Main Street
"The city itself has been very supportive throughout the years providing some of the infrastructure and certainly having a focus on economic and growth on individual businesses down here” said Shawn Barigar, Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce.
City officials believe downtown is full of history. It’s about reigniting a sense of pride into the heart of the city.
"There are a lot of things going on in downtown and it takes us as individuals stepping up and being a part of those to help you grow,” said Barigar.
Helping you grow, while helping the entire downtown area.