TDDA seeking board members for new term

The Tryon Downtown Development Association is actively seeking four new board members for the term which begins on July 1, 2016.  TDDA is the private non-profit profit organization that administers the North Carolina Main Street program on behalf of the Town of Tryon.

Board members are sought who have a deep interest in the success of Tryon as an economically viable historic area. Those who have experience in marketing, good organization skills or event planning are particularly invited to apply.

The mission of TDDA is to preserve and enhance the community of Tryon through application of the NC Main Street program which promotes excellent town design, preservation of historic assets and cooperation among all stakeholders.  TDDA works closely with the Town of Tryon, the Tryon Travel & Tourism Board as well as all other local groups who have similar goals.

Applications for this board may obtained by downloaded from the website, or by contacting the Executive Director, Jamie Carpenter at  There are three seats with 3-year terms and one seat with a 1-year unexpired vacant term.

Click Here for Board Application