Nampa Native Donates $100K For Downtown Nampa
Downtown Nampa has been buzzing lately with new businesses opening their doors in hopes to bring more business to the area. But, one Nampa native thinks there are still more bars, restaurants, movie theaters and more than can be added in order to revitalize the area. So, Kevin Daniels, a Nampa High graduate of 1975, and his wife, Mary, decided to help the city with those efforts, presenting $100,000 to the City of Nampa.
According to KTVB, this donation launches their Kevin and Mary Daniels Fund. The kind gesture is all part of the nation-wide "Main Street America Program", an organization -according to KTVB- "that aims to make sure every downtown is thriving."
The money will be used to renovate buildings in the downtown area to attract new business owners to open their doors.