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Welcome to the home page of the Downtown Auburn Business Association. The Downtown Auburn Business Association (DABA) has been serving downtown Auburn, Indiana, since the 1940’s when it was established as an association for business owners to gather and collaborate, focusing their efforts on bringing customers to the downtown. In the early days as was the case in all downtowns across the country, nearly all business took place in downtown business districts and most towns and cities had a retail merchant’s association.
As one of the oldest business associations in the state of Indiana, DABA’s membership consists of 97 retail and service businesses that all share the same goal; "To foster and maintain a viable downtown business district through community pride and awareness, promotion and marketing, and philanthropic endeavors".
In addition to these events, DABA is an annual supporter of the DeKalb County Fair and has donated to the following community projects: The creation of Reike Park, The creation of the DeKalb County Outdoor Theater and the J. Seward Johnson sculpture exhibit, presented by the Auburn Arts Commission, in both 2003 and 2007.
DABA meets the first Thursday of each month at 8:00 am at Dot's Eatery. If you are an independent business owner that owns or rents a storefront, and would like to become a member and help support the efforts of DABA in historic downtown Auburn click here>. Send us an email with your thoughts and questions click here>.
If you are a vendor and would like to participate in the market...please take a moment and read the market rules and fill out the vendor application. Return completed application to Carbaugh Jewelers 108 E. 7th St. in Downtown Auburn.