Bring it! Downtown
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FIRST ON 3: City of Wilmington stops funding 'Bring It! Downtown'
Submitted by WWAY on Fri, 08/16/2013 - 3:57pm.

videoThe City of Wilmington will no longer fund the "Bring It! Downtown" initiative. In an email sent Thursday, city spokesman Dylan Lee says the Downtown Business Alliance, Wilmington Downtown Inc. and the city couldn't come to a consensus on a letter of agreement.

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ONLY ON 3: DBA leaders tight lipped on misuse of public funds
Submitted by Sarah Murphy on Mon, 05/06/2013 - 10:11pm.

The Downtown Business Alliance has three board members on a task force to help market Downtown Wilmington with the Bring It! Downtown campaign.

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ONLY ON 3: Mayor responds to Bring It! Downtown spending problem
Submitted by Brandon Taylor on Mon, 05/06/2013 - 3:01pm.

video Wilmington City Council met for the first time today since a WWAY investigation uncovered big questions about the way a marketing group set up to bring people to downtown Wilmington spent public dollars.

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ONLY ON 3 INVESTIGATION: Bring It! Downtown misuses public money throwing party
Submitted by WWAY on Fri, 05/03/2013 - 10:59pm.

video A task force launched to market Downtown Wilmington misused public money, throwing a party last week that included more than $1,000 worth of alcohol, according to a member of a board overseeing the group.

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City leaders think downtown groups should consolidate
Submitted by Holden Kurwicki on Tue, 04/02/2013 - 3:45pm.

video It's budget season for local governments. One potential way Wilmington City Council is discussing to save money is cutting down on the number of publicly-funded downtown advocacy groups.

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'Bring it! Downtown' showing signs of success
Submitted by Holden Kurwicki on Mon, 01/14/2013 - 3:50pm.

video Members of Wilmington's "Bring it! Downtown" campaign say the last six months were a success. The group told City Council this morning it surpassed benchmarks from council while increasing membership from 42 to 71.

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