Organizational Chart: Danville/Boyle County Economic Development Partnership

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This is a chart of the Danville/Boyle County Economic Development Partnership's organizational structure, including the Boyle County Industrial Foundation, Danville/Boyle County Chamber of Commerce, …

This is a chart of the Danville/Boyle County Economic Development Partnership's organizational structure, including the Boyle County Industrial Foundation, Danville/Boyle County Chamber of Commerce, Heart of Danville, Main Street Perryville, and Danville/Boyle County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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  • 1. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP Structural Overlay with Partner Organizations Danville/Boyle County Economic Development Partnership Boyle County Fiscal Court Danville City Commission EDP EDP Junction City Council Board of Directors President/CEO Perryville City Council Business Business Downtown Tourism Development Services Development Development Boyle County Danville/Boyle Danville/Boyle Main Street Industrial County Chamber of Heart of Danville County Convention Perryville Foundation Commerce & Visitors Bureau BCIF EDP-BCIF Chamber Executive Director/ HOD Executive Director/ MSP Executive Director/ CVB Executive Director/Board of Directors President/CEO Board of Directors EDP Vice President Board of Directors EDP Vice President Board of Directors EDP Vice President Board of Directors EDP Vice President Private, nonprofit corporations— Private, nonprofit corporations or public agencies— receive no public funding. receive public funding by appropriation or tax.