Downtown Maryville Alliance

Your support makeshappen.

Your support makeshappen.

Main Stree America 2024 AccreditedThe Downtown Maryville Alliance (DMA) is organized to actively revitalize Maryville’s downtown as a vibrant, charming, and unique gathering place – one that utilizes the resources available through the Tennessee Main Street and the National Main Street Center’s Four Point approach to revitalization to include design, economic revitalization, organization, and promotions.

As a 501c3 non-profit organization, we aim to serve the community in the following ways:


As the connection point between government municipalities, downtown business owners and residents, area partners, and the community, the Downtown Maryville Alliance seeks to build partnerships between all who would benefit from having a thriving downtown community.


Downtown Maryville Alliance advocates for Downtown Maryville by building relationships with the City, the County, Blount Partnership, and other civic stakeholders. The DMA seeks to provide resources for business owners, marketing the unique offerings of Downtown Maryville, and by engaging volunteers who donate their time and effort to make events and community initiatives successful.


The Downtown Maryville Alliance is a Main Street organization made up of individuals and businesses who want to see Downtown Maryville thrive. As we develop our program, more and more exciting initiatives, events and opportunities to get involved will come.

2024 DMA Board of Directors

Jeanette Beaverson, Chair
Massey Group

Ashley Schwartz, Vice Chair/Events Chair
Foothills Milling Co., Inc.
Two Doors Down

Will Lunsford, Secretary
Epic Nine Marketing

Amanda Stone, Treasurer
LeConte Realty

Toi B. Brown
SkyView at Broadway Social

Chris Hackler
Drees Plant Wholesale

Tom Leonard
Boyd Thomas Clothing

Drew Miles
Farmers Insurance

Kim Mitchell
Blount Partnership

Brooke Nix
Brooke Nix Medical Aesthetics

Don Walker
Blount County Government


Amanda Gillooly
Executive Director


Committees focus on five principle areas of downtown development: design, promotions, economic vitality, organization, and merchants. For information on committee membership and volunteering, please contact

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