Learn How to Flip not Flop Your Business
The Tybee Island Development Authority/Main Street program has received a grant from Main Street America to offer virtual business training to Tybee businesses that want to improve their digital marketing and e-commerce presence.
This level of training would normally cost thousands of dollars, but we are offering it for free thanks to the grant. The training will be conducted by the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center starting in April. Space is extremely limited so please sign up by March 5.
Volunteers Needed for Board Openings
If you would like to get involved with the Development Authority/Main Street or the Historic Preservation Commission, we have one seat available on each of these boards. To be considered, please send a resume to email@example.com.
Check Out Our New Website
We have launched a new website for the Tybee Island Development Authority/Main Street program. Check it out at www.tybeeislandmainstreet.org.
If you are a Tybee Island business, make sure to check out our business listings to see if your business is included. If not, let us know and we will work with you to complete your listing.
Tybee Visitor’s Center Has Re-Opened
The Tybee Island Visitor’s Center has re-opened with limited hours.. The new hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The visitor’s center is located at 802 1st Street, next to the Irritable Pelican Artisan Gallery. Contact the visitors center at 912-786-5444.
Weekly Movies Return To the Post Theater
Weekly movie showings will return to the Tybee Post Theater in March. Only five screenings of each will be available with limited seating. Seating has been reduced to 35 percent of normal capacity to accommodate social distancing so get your tickets today!
March 8 – Historic Preservation Commission Board Meeting, 6 p.m.
March 17 – City Hall Closed for St. Patrick’s Day
March 24 – Development Authority/Main Street Board Meeting, 4 p.m.