Step onto the streets of Old Town Lewisville and enter a friendly, bustling marketplace of locally owned shops, restaurants and specialty services.
Our Mission: The Lewisville Old Town Business Association is the preeminent organization supporting the growth, development and success of existing businesses in Old Town Lewisville, supporting the recruitment of new business to enhance the Old Town Economy, and sustaining the economic life necessary to preserve Old Town as a living historic district by making a positive contribution to the Lewisville community.
New Business Contact: There are over six hundred businesses in Old Town to target. The OTBA provides many events, meetings, mixers, and festivals that allow business owners and operators to meet their neighbors and develop contacts.
Voice with the City: Most generally a city councilman attends our meetings when possible so that the city can keep informed about what we are working on. Also, you can find out what the city is doing to help our businesses during these phases of revitalization and see that we have a great amount of support from them. Any business that arises from our meetings that affect the Old Town area can be discussed with other organizations and the City Council to keep our mission and goals in place.
Business Development: OTBA holds at least one large annual forum dedicated to topics affecting downtown business owners. In addition, we hold periodic roundtable discussions on topics of relevance to our members. We strive to update membership on marketing tips and business collaboration ideas. OTBA is dedicated to supporting our member businesses and helping them grow and prosper.
Web Site: The OTBA is currently undergoing a web site over haul. The new site will have a more interactive Business Directory, which will have a direct link to your web site.
Special Events: Business to business opportunities arises from companies that become involved with OTBA. The Association sponsors and helps put on several events throughout the year, which included the Christmas Stroll, Western Day, OTBA mixers, First Thursday, and many others.
Cooperative Advertising Efforts: Throughout the year there are numerous advertising opportunities that can be taken advantage of by the Association members. Great exposure for the area and for the represented business happens at the fraction of the cost due to the number of participants.