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St. Louis is a great place to meet in the “Show Me” state of Missouri.  Founded by the French in the late 1700s, the city was named for Louis IX of France. St. Louis became a major port city for the United States after the Louisiana Purchase.  The city continued to expand after the Civil War.  St. Louis is easily recognizable by the Gateway Arch which is part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. When you head to St. Louis, Exhibit Deal will be there for you to help you with trade show and exhibit needs whether that’s a large graphic, a simple sign or an elaborate display.  Give Exhibit Deal a call at 866-577-3325  to get started on the plans for your next successful event. The information on this page about the City of St. Louis was provided by Exhibit Deal.

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From start to finish, whether you need custom graphic banners and signs or a full exhibit display, Exhibit Deal is ready to work with you.  Exhibit Deal can provide table top displays, kiosks or other custom exhibit materials.

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If your budget won’t allow you to purchase a complete exhibitor if you think your needs might change from year to year, Exhibit Deal can provide what you need on a rental basis.  Save on shipping costs from your headquarters and allow Exhibit Deal to bring your exhibit materials right to the trade show or convention site.

ExhibitDeal.com is your online source for promotional marketing and for visual marketing solutions.  The full service range of products you need is just a click away when you trust your trade show experience to Exhibit Deal.


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America's Center Convention Complex

America's Center Convention Complex in downtown St. Louis brings together under one roof the Cervantes Convention Center, The St. Louis Executive Conference Center, the Ferrara Theatre and the Edwards Jones Dome.  The Edwards Jones Dome is the home of the St. Louis Rams of the NFL.

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Space

America's Convention Center Complex offers 502,000 square feet of exhibit space and 80 meeting rooms.  This includes a 28,000 square foot ballroom.  Within the complex you'll find the 67,000 seat Edward Jones Dome and the 1,400 seat Ferrara Theatre.

Web: http://explorestlouis.com/meetings-conventions/americas-center/
Email: jjordan@explorestlouis.com
Phone:
314.342.5036

Address:

America's Center Convention Complex
701 Convention Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63101


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Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel

Marriott's Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel is a luxury hotel located in downtown St. Louis near the convention center and the famous Gateway Arch.

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Space

The Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel has more than 50,500 square feet of meeting space including the Majestic Ballroom with 20,130 square feet.  The hotel has up to 32 breakout rooms.

Web: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/stldt-renaissance-st-louis-grand-hotel/
Phone: 314.621.9600

Address:


Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel
800 Washington Avenue
St. Louis, MO 64101


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Weather

Located in the center of the U.S., St. Louis is not influenced by weather systems from large mountains or large bodies of water.  Still, the city can get blasts of cold Arctic air from the north and warm tropical air from the Gulf of Mexico.  The city experiences four distinct seasons with summer being hot and humid.  The wettest season is spring which can produce severe weather.  While fall brings milder weather there can be significant amounts of rain.  November usually brings the first snowfall and winters can be cold and snowy.

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Upcoming Trade Shows and Conferences in St. Louis, Missouri

Follow this link for the latest list of trade shows and events in St. Louis.

 

Transportation & Reach

Four Interstates serve the St. Louis area.  The city is also accessible via air, rail and ship transportation.

Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

Lambert-St. Louis International Airport serves the Greater St. Louis area.  The airport is located 10 miles northwest of downtown St. Louis.  It is a hub for Air choice One and Cape Air and a focus city for Southwest Airlines.


Local Transportation in St. Louis

Amtrak provides service to St. Louis via the Lincoln Service to Chicago and the Missouri River Runner to Kansas City.  The Texas Eagle also stops in St. Louis traveling between Chicago and San Antonio.

Buses: Bi-State Development Agency provides bus service in St. Louis via MetroBus.  Madison County Transit provides service connecting St. Louis to Madison County, Illinois.

Rail:  MetroLink operates two lines in the city meeting at the Gateway Multimodal Transportation Center which is a hub station for light rail, bus and passenger rail.

Other:  Metropolitan Taxicab Commission provides taxi service in the city.  Taxis are available at major venues.  The Port of St. Louis provides access to river transportation.  The location on the Mississippi River makes St. Louis the third largest inland port in the U.S.


Hotel Accommodations in St. Louis

There are more than 39,000 hotel rooms available in St. Louis.

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Entertainment and Sightseeing

Major Attractions:  At trip to St. Louis is not complete without a visit to the top of the Gateway Arch.  But there is plenty more to see and do.  Visit the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and learn about the beginnings of the Lewis and Clark expedition.  The St. Louis Zoo is one of the leading zoos in the country and visits are free.  Forest Park is the home of the 1904 World's Fair and is one of the largest city parks in the U.S.  The Kemp Auto Museum showcases some of Europe's finest automobiles while the Moto Museum offers a collection of vintage and rare motorcycles.

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Major Entertainment:  Check out a baseball game with the St. Louis Cardinals or football with the St. Louis Rams.  Six Flags St. Louis is fun for the entire family.  The Pageant has been ranked as one of the world's top five concert venues.  Blueberry Hill offers some of the top bands in St. Louis along with many touring groups.  Not to miss is Jazz at the Bistro or check out BB's Jazz or Blues and Soups.

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Shopping in St. Louis:  vintage boutiques offer trendy styles and accessories, while numerous upscale shops are across the city.  The Delmar Loop is packed with shopping, bars and restaurants.  Or check out the St. Louis Galleria in downtown for stores like Nordstrom and Macy's.  Frontenac offers the luxury shopping of Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and Nieman Marcus.  West County Center offers trendy stores and includes a children's play area.

Food & Beverages:  Don't miss the opportunity to tour the Anheuser-Busch Brewery and visit the famous Budweiser Clydesdales.  Or sample fifty types of beer at the Schlafly Bottleworks.  Enjoy some local favorites like St. Louis style pizza with Provel cheese, or a decadent butter cake.  Or head to The Hill and sample some amazing Italian cuisine including deep-fried toasted ravioli.  Before you leave, don't miss the frozen custard at Ted Drewes.

Helpful St. Louis Websites

City of St. Louis official website:
http://stlouis-mo.gov/

St. Louis Tourism:
http://explorestlouis.com/

St. Louis Regional Chamber:
http://www.stlrc.org/

St. Louis Police Department:
http://www.slmpd.org/

Lambert St. Louis International Airport:
http://www.flystl.com/


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