The Lost Downtown Demographic

Revitalizing downtowns requires appealing to all demographic and, specifically, age groups. Diversifying entertainment options will allow all groups to enjoy the activities associated with downtowns.
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Aascot Holt proposes diversifying the options of entertainment in our downtowns to appeal to all age groups. People in the 15-20 age group are often not welcome at many establishments that cater to a slightly older clientele. Providing this cohort with opportunities to socialize could in fact prevent harmful and potentially dangerous activities such as drug or alcohol use. 

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