Planning a St. Louis “Stay-cation”

"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
St. Louis "Stay-cation" "Be a tourist in your own home town" - that's the theme of a new campaign being launched by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. They're asking St. Louisans to stay home this summer, or plan a "stay-cation", in order to keep that money in the local economy. Nearly five dozen hotels, restaurants, wineries and other tourist-dependent companies from throughout the region set up display tables at Kiener Plaza Thursday to entice people to spend time, and money, with them this summer. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
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