Monday, March 2, 2020

#STLMADE for #314 Day - Press Release

Local businesses, events and organizations join together
to shine a light on all the St. Louis region has to offer

ST. LOUIS, March 2, 2020 — St. Louis has a lot to celebrate, and on March 14, 2020, local businesses, events, organizations and individuals will join together in recognition of 3.14 Day to revel in all that makes the St. Louis region a great place to start up, stand out and stay. March 14 officially marks the one year anniversary of the debut of the STLMade movement that shines a light on the amazing things St. Louis’ innovative, tenacious and big-hearted people are doing every day to improve and grow our community. The movement is supported by a region-wide collaboration of residents, local leaders, institutions, businesses and nonprofits helping to tell the story.
Since its launch, #STLMade has attracted nearly 30,000 social media followers and has significantly impacted awareness among residents of the St. Louis region. To mark the occasion, #STLMade invites the entire community to celebrate 3.14 Day at a variety of truly #STLMade events and businesses throughout the St. Louis area.
The excitement kicks off on Thursday, March 12 at 7 p.m. at a very special Venture Cafe at CIC St. Louis with a panel discussion featuring local business and community leaders moderated by Maggie Crane, Communications Director for BioSTL. Panel members will share and discuss how they fit into the STLMade movement and how the community can continue to work together to develop St. Louis as an economically viable, interesting, equitable and livable region.  The event is free and open to the public.
Then, on Saturday, March 14, a number of local events will celebrate the #STLMade movement, including the St. Patrick’s Day Run in Downtown St. Louis, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Cottleville and the 5K Pup Run in Forest Park. In addition, a number of local restaurants, breweries and businesses across the St. Louis region will offer special 3.14 Day discounts and products in their locations. A full list of participating businesses and offers can be found at
The entire community is invited to show its St. Louis pride by visiting these businesses and sharing the experiences on social media using the hashtags #314Day and #STLMade. To read more about and share the unique stories of the people who are helping drive our region forward from the ground up, visit

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