Broadway Hometown Partnership

A Partnership for Community

The Broadway Hometown Partnership is focused on three primary components for creating a better community for both residents and businesses:

  1. Physical Beautification of Broadway
  2. Promotion of Broadway through culture and events
  3. Economic Revitalization of Broadway


Working with the Town and businesses, we aim to make the town more attractive.

Culture & Events

BHP’s events create positive memories for Broadway’s residents and attract visitors from throughout the region. Along with numerous other community attributes, these events contribute to Broadway’s family-friendly atmosphere.

Economic Development

BHP strives to enhance an environment conducive to economic development through supporting existing businesses and assisting in the recruitment of new commercial enterprises.

Are you passionate about making a difference in a small community? If so, Broadway has the perfect opportunity for you! The Broadway Hometown Partnership is currently accepting applications for the position of Executive Director. This is a paid, part-time position that reports to a 15-member board of directors. Applicants should have experience in, or passion for: economic and community development, marketing, fundraising, event planning, public relations, and nonprofit administration. The Executive Director must be a self-starter, creative, well organized, capable of functioning effectively in an independent situation, and passionate about making Broadway a better community for both residents and businesses. Please send cover letter and resume to BHPDirector@gmail.com. Position is open until filled.

Do you own a business in Broadway? Join our Facebook group for business owners and be a part of the conversation!

Our Board Members:

  • Cari Orebaugh, President, Broadway Resident
  • Chad Comer, Vice President, Owner of Blue Ribbon Nursery
  • Eddie Long, Treasurer, Broadway Resident
  • Peggy Grandle, Secretary, Broadway Resident
  • Eugene Bare, Manager of Broadway CoWorking
  • Mary Byrd, Owner of Carpet Tech of Virginia 
  • Cannessa Collins, Broadway Resident
  • Bob Harris, Owner of Dr. Bob Harris, DDS
  • Terri Hoover, Artistic Director of The Schultz Theatre Off Broadway Players
  • D. D. Hulvey-Sellers, Broadway Resident
  • Dawn Murray, Owner of The Village Arts Center
  • Kyle O’Brien, Town of Broadway Manager
  • Lisa Schmidt-Zweigler, Owner of The Cottage on Louisa

    CeCe Dodd, BHP Executive Director & Broadway Farmers Market Manager
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