An update from the original post.
Well here's what's been going on in Bicycle Friendly Campbellsville. Since I wrote the original post we have been doing a lot. It was a lot like creating a market for something. I started hosting group bike rides and posting videos and biking events on the facebook page for the cyclists in the town. I also got in touch the with tourism department and got them interested in the town hosting one of the biggest cycling events in the state (we get to host 2015's ride). I was invited to the local extension office to speak about cycling to the Healthy Living Coalition where we discuss health issues in the town. The mayor and everybody was there and we are now trying to become a certified "Trail Town" where local attractions are connected by bike trail and we can be connected to other cities by trail. We hosted a Triathlon this weekend and had a good turnout and will probably have another one next year.
To make a longer story shorter, by getting more people involved and interested, talking to the city officials about the economic benefits of trails (speaking their language =$$$), and delegating smaller tasks to trusted individuals it can happen. It's a long road, but it's lined with bikes
We now hold bi-weekly rides for beginning cyclist to teach them how to ride safely in traffic and you can definitely see an increase in cyclists on our streets.
Thanks for your input.