(re)Thhink (so)Vermont

Holiday Homecoming Encourages Former Locals to Return for Good

Event on Thanksgiving Eve in Brattleboro Targets Visiting Friends and Family


BRATTLEBORO, VT – Thousands of old friends and family will pour into the region next week for the Thanksgiving Holiday. The Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation (BDCC) wants more of these former locals to consider a move back to the region. On Wednesday November 27th, the night before Thanksgiving, BDCC is sponsoring a special reception with Southern Vermont Young Professional “hosts”. (re)Think (so)Vermont will take place at Hermit Thrush Brewery on High Street in Brattleboro from 5:30 to 8:00 pm.

Local residents are encouraged to share this information with their own returning friends and family. The Holiday Homecoming is one of BDCC’s many efforts to retain and attract talent to the region. To learn more about programs from high school Pipelines and Pathways, to BDCC Paid Internships, or our partnerships with the state’s Stay to Stay program, please visit www.brattleborodevelopment.com.

Adam Grinold, Executive Director



About BDCC and SeVEDS:

The Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation is a private, nonprofit economic development organization that serves as a catalyst for industrial and commercial growth throughout Southeastern Vermont, including Windham County and the towns of Readsboro, Searsburg, Winhall and Weston. BDCC serves as the State of Vermont’s certified Regional Development Corporation (RDC) for the greater Windham County area. BDCC is one of 12 RDCs throughout Vermont. 
This BDCC activity was made possible in part by a grant from the State of Vermont through the Agency of Commerce and Community Development. For more information visit: https://brattleborodevelopment.com/

Southeastern Vermont Economic Development Strategies (SeVEDS) is an affiliate of BDCC that grew from a 2008 grassroots effort, initiated by BDCC, to reverse the economic decline of the Windham Region and plan for the economic impacts from the closure of the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant. In 2014, after multiple years of regional input, education and data gathering, SeVEDS submitted the Windham Region’s federally recognized S.M.A.R.T. Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy for federal approval. For more information visit: www.seveds.com