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More than 250 jobs are under the Christmas tree at St. Louis Outlet Mall in Hazelwood, the family destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. As economic signals point to a stronger holiday shopping season this year, at least 40 St. Louis Outlet Mall stores are hiring more than 250 full- and part-time temporary associates for the holiday season as well as permanent, full- or part-time employees.
Operation Food Search is selling holiday greeting cards with proceeds going toward the purchase of food to benefit local men, women and children in need of basic daily sustenance. Operation Food Search holiday cards are sold in sets of 25 cards for $25.
North County Incorporated, Regional Development Association (NCI) has named this year’s NCI Salutes 30 Leaders in their Thirties Leadership Award recipients. This remarkable group of up-and-coming professionals and volunteers will be recognized at the NCI Salutes 30 Leaders in their Thirties reception on Friday, Sept. 26, at 11:30 a.m. at Norwood Hills Country Club.
The owners of the new Culver’s planned at 955 N. Lindbergh have announced that a ground breaking ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 4
Craig Culver, co-founder and CEO of the restaurant chain, franchise owners, Jim Shelton and Gary and Jill Beres, representatives from the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce and local city dignitaries will be on hand to break ground for the new restaurant. The Beres also own Culver’s restaurants in Waukesha, WI and in Columbia and St. Robert, MO.
Restaurant have seen upturns in business
The recent tragic events and the subsequent turmoil taking place in the neighborhoods of southeastern Ferguson have had some, but not a great deal, of negative effect on businesses in the historic downtown Ferguson area on South Florissant Road.
North County Incorporated along with the St. Louis Regional Business Council Announces Reinvest North County Fund
Immediate Investment for North County Business and Community Relief
The North County Inc., regional development association along withthe St. Louis Regional Business Council (RBC) has organized an immediate business response to support small business owners and school children who were impacted by the tragic and continuing events in Ferguson and surrounding communities. Leadership with the RBC and NCI said in a statement that they are deeply concerned and stand with the people who live, work and go to school in these communities. The Greater North County Chamber has joined in supporting these efforts.« Previous Entries Next Entries »