Published April 4, 2012
Tags: ads, advertisement, advertisements, Bass Pro, Bass Pro Shops, CEO, Ivie & Associates Inc., Marketing, Missouri, MO, outdoors, retail, Springfield, technique, whyivie.com
Not getting through to a potential client? Why not take out a billboard and ask them publicly?
That’s exactly what Flower Mound, Texas-based Ivie & Associates Inc. has done on an East Kearney Street billboard near U.S. Highway 65. Continue reading ‘Billboard calls out Bass Pro’
It’s easy to focus on the technology behind the fourth largest residence in the U.S., especially when that project is a fortress-like structure being designed to withstand an EF-5 tornado. Continue reading ‘Chateau developer brings high-tech background to the Ozarks’
In a time when many businesses – and families – are struggling to make ends meet, it’s not uncommon to read headlines about cost-saving measures spanning from layoffs to clipping coupons. Folks are on the prowl for more money, which is why I find the latest news out of Missouri State Treasurer Clint Zweifel’s office puzzling.
Continue reading ‘Do you have $100,000? Check with the state treasurer’
Published August 24, 2010
Tags: Bistro Market, downtown, Downtown development, grocery, grocery store, Missouri, Price Cutter, Springfield, Springfield Business Journal, urban market
If there’s one word I would use up-front to describe the Bistro Market downtown, it’s panache. The place is immediately eye-catching, and its many glass windows facing Walnut and South all but beg passersby to enter.
And enter, they have. Since the Price Cutter urban market opened Aug. 20, crowds have rushed the place, eager for a brand new experience.
Continue reading ‘Bistro Market has charm, but will it last?’