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Friday January 15, 2016

By Integadmin

For more information, contact:
Anthony Paraino at 314-922-0654
or Kiara Bryant at 314-992-061

For Immediate Release

New Visitors’ Guide Available With Info on St. Louis’ Restaurants, Attractions, Events, Arts & Culture

ST. LOUIS (Jan. 8, 2016) –Explore St. Louis is pleased to announce the release of the 2016 Official St. Louis Visitors Guide. The guide gives visitors the latest information on St. Louis attractions for their leisure trip, meeting or special event. Approximately 350,000 copies of the 100-page magazine-style, full-color brochure have been printed and are being distributed across the country.

The guide is filled with suggestions on great places to eat, shop, play and stay in St. Louis and across the region. Additionally, the guide highlights what’s new to St. Louis in 2016, some of St. Louis’ unique neighborhoods, the transformation of the grounds surrounding the historic Gateway Arch, family-friendly attractions throughout the region, an overview of the St. Louis brewing scene and the many cultural attractions located in Forest Park, which is known as the “crown jewel” of St. Louis.

The guide can be read or downloaded for free on the Explore St. Louis web site and by calling 1-877-724-7714. Visitors can also pick-up a copy of the guide at one of the Explore St. Louis visitor centers located throughout the area, including on the lower level of St. Louis Union Station; at the Old Courthouse; at the America’s Center convention complex; and at the Dennis and Judith Jones Visitor & Education Center in Forest Park. There are two additional centers at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, located by Baggage Claim on the lower levels of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.

Explore St. Louis is the driving force behind St. Louis’ $5 billion convention and tourism industry. In addition, Explore St. Louis manages and operates America’s Center Convention Complex®, which includes 502,000 square feet of prime exhibit space, a 28,000 square-foot ballroom, the 67,000-seat Dome, the 1,400-seat Ferrara Theatre, and the St. Louis Executive Conference Center.

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