City Center Audio System Brings Music Shopping Experience to Seaforth


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The Seaforth Downtown Business Improvement Area sang and sang along with the music playing on the new audio system installed on Main Street this year.

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The music started in October when everything was set up and working, and the BIA played special music in November to honor our veterans. During the holiday season, everyone would hum or sing their favorite Christmas songs as they walked downtown.

With the construction and renewal of the Main Street infrastructure in Seaforth, the time had come for the Seaforth BIA to replace the faulty audio system with a new one, a BIA press release said.

The hopes of the committee are to play relevant music during special times such as November 11, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day and others, all in the spirit of shopping in the community. an uplifting and enjoyable experience. It is also possible to sit at the BIA center and watch the world go by while enjoying the music.

Seaforth BIA President Shelly Stanley spoke to many BIA merchants on Main Street who noticed how their customers enjoyed music and thought it helped boost their morale. Customers especially enjoyed the seasonal music, which the Seaforth BIA will continue to play for all special occasions.

Paul Nichol of Community Futures Huron said, “Main streets are still the heart and soul of our communities. This is where our economy, our heritage and our culture coincide. What a great way to celebrate and showcase these very special places.

The Music on Main program was supported by the My Main Street Community Activation Program, Community Futures Huron, the Municipality of Huron East and the Seaforth BIA. My Main Street is funded by the Government of Canada through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario and focuses on creating and sustaining vibrant and inclusive local main streets, new entrepreneurs and existing businesses providing economic opportunities in our main street communities.


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