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Downtown STL, Inc. Annual Event

: June 15, 2017 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm http://www.downtownstl.org
1820 Market Street
St. Louis, MO 63103 United States
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The 2017 Downtown STL, Inc. Annual Meeting is happening Thursday, June 15th in the Grand Ballroom of the St. Louis Union Station Hotel, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. This year’s theme, “Downtown Online,” will celebrate the people, progress, and future of Downtown St. Louis.

The event will include a Downtown update, keynote presentation, award presentation, cocktail reception and Post-Event Young Influencers Dinner.

Upon arrival at St. Louis Union Station, self-parking will be available in the 20th Street lot, for a discounted rate of $7; valet will be available for $12 from the Market Street entrance.


  • $70 for Young Influencers
  • $80 for members of Downtown STL, Inc.
  • $100 for non-members

**Online register has closed, but walk-up tickets are available.


This year’s keynote will be Alex Haimann, Partner at Less Annoying CRM. Alex will present an engaging and unconventional perspective on:

  • Future opportunities for the St. Louis start-up ecosystem
  • How every company in the St. Louis metro-area, large and small, can improve their recruitment and retention of great millennial talent

Young Influencers

Please bring a Young Influencer from your organization. The cocktail reception will be immediately followed by a complimentary Post-Event Young Influencers Dinner, at the office of Less Annoying CRM.

Post-Event Young Influencers Dinner

  • The office of Less Annoying CRM
  • 1017 Olive Street, Suite 801
  • 7 pm
  • Shuttle service will be provided
  • Complimentary food and drinks

Young Influencers must RSVP for the dinner at youngfriends@downtownstl.org.

2017 John H. Poelker Levee Stone Award

Annually, we honor a community member for their significant contributions to Downtown St. Louis; this year we are pleased to award Bob O’Loughlin, from Lodging Hospitality Management, with the 2017 John H. Poelker Levee Stone Award. In addition to Bob’s significant investments in Downtown (Union Station, Hilton at the Ballpark), Bob is a true champion for Downtown, active on boards and initiatives to improve the Downtown community.