On February 6, 2013, CMT will host Economics of Building Around Light Rail luncheon at the Ballpark Hilton in Downtown St. Louis (Lindbergh Room, main floor). Why? Economically building around light rail makes sense for this region! Dena Belzer, national Transit Oriented Development expert and President of Strategic Economics will be the featured speaker. Ms. Belzer specializes in connecting regional economic and demographic growth trends to real estate development activity and local policy initiatives. She is an expert on TOD, fostering mixed-use districts, and local-serving retail attraction. She has helped to establish best practices for transit oriented development in multiple communities as well as writing extensively on the topic.
This will be a great opportunity for local leaders, businesses, non-profits and citizens to hear why building around light rail is important to this region and should be a top priority for St. Louis.
Please consider sponsoring this educational luncheon and as part of your sponsorship, you will receive a listing on the CMT invitation, signage at the event, complimentary registrations depending on sponsorship level, and inclusion in the follow-up coverage of the event in CMT newsletters, CMT website, press releases and social media. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (314)231-7272.
Please email us the list of attendees if you purchase any of the below sponsorships to the above address. Thank you.
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Invitations will be distributed in mid-January and individual tickets are available for purchase here.