Main Street District Appoints Beth Frost as a Member of the Board of Directors

Columbia, SC – Main Street District appoints Beth Frost, Director of Business Development of Cohn Corporation as a new member of the Board of Directors.
As a board member, Beth will help guide marketing services, economic development, and public advocacy for the Main Street District throughout her term, which extends from Jan. 1st 2024, to Dec. 31st, 2024

“During my time working in the district, it is highly important to me as a part of the board to be able to continue to build and grow Main Street,” says Beth. “I am fortunate to have the opportunity to work along other leaders to help guide our great city to success.”
During Beth’s time since college, she has helped grow Columbia with Cohn Corporation over the last 13 years through cultivating relationships, bringing businesses to Columbia, as well as having local involvement on various local committees and boards. Beth maximizes Cohn’s recognition both locally and statewide and continually seeks ways to build relationships that will positively impact the community of Columbia.

Cohn Corporation has over 30 years of commercial construction and real estate development experience. We provide a single source, business partner approach to real estate solutions. Through our construction and development divisions, we are able to broadly service our client’s real estate needs. Developing long-term relationships with our clients and providing value in the services we offer is at the core of our business. We have built our reputation as a trusted partner with our clients through our ability to consistently perform and deliver results.

The Main Street District encompasses the 36-block area bounded by Gervais, Elmwood, Assembly, and Marion streets in Columbia, SC. The organization provides public space management, economic development, place management, marketing services, and public advocacy for the Main Street District. The Board of Directors oversees the organization’s mission — to focus on filling vacancies in commercial properties, retaining existing downtown businesses and recruiting new ones, expanding the downtown residential base, and creating a safe, clean, and friendly downtown environment.


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