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LBD Town Hall Meeting Marketing Presentation

LBD Marketing Proposal 2018-2023

The Locust Business District Town Hall Meeting was held on November 13, 2019 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Clarion Marketing & Advertising Building at 3117 Locust Street.  If for some reason, you were not able to attend the meeting, you can review the Locust Business District Marketing Proposal2018-2023 presented at the meeting by clicking this link.

LBD Business Survey

The Locust Business District (LBD) Board of Commissioners has retained Clarion Marketing & Advertising to create, manage, and implement an extensive marketing, branding, and communications strategy on behalf on the LBD.

In an effort to fulfill that commitment, Clarion Marketing has created a LBD Community Business Survey. The goal of this survey is to gain input from the LBD Community.  This input will allow the LBD Board of Commissioners and Clarion Marketing to focus their efforts on those areas and issues which are the most important to the LBD Community.

Your response this survey will help us develop these main areas of focus. Your input is greatly appreciated.  To fill out the LBD Business Survey, please click the following link:  LBD Business Survey Link.  The survey period will run until November 22nd.

NOTE:  If you want to preview the LBD Business survey, click on the links below.

To preview the LBD Business Survey, please click this link:  LBD Business Survey Link.

St. Louis Business Journal Article Hidden Gems

“...In early September, the Business Journal put out a call to readers asking to help identify the St. Louis region's next hot spots for commercial developments.


This is a region teeming with new development. In May we documented Midtown's rebirth with the City Foundry and other projects. The imminent opening of the St. Louis Aquarium and the eventual development of a major league soccer stadium are expected to turn Downtown West into a destination. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's $1.7 billion western headquarters in north city and Square's planned move to the north end of downtown are both projects that are expected to serve as catalysts for further development in those neighborhoods.

But part of our mission is uncovering what's next. We're calling them "hidden gems," those under-the-radar portions of the metro area poised for growth. And to uncover them, we asked readers to tell us where they see potential and what makes it a hidden gem.

We received more than 100 responses from across the metro area — from Troy to the east and Wildwood to the west and all points in between. From increased activity inside the central business district to mixed-use and industrial projects envisioned for the outlying suburbs, readers submitted ideas to spruce up some underperforming areas.”

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