Looking to open or expand your business in Downtown White Bear Lake! Here are some helpful business links;
Proposed Downtown White Bear Lake Parking Plan
This propoal was approved by the Main Street board at the December 1, 2015 meeting.
Downtown White Bear Lake Market Analysis:
Click HERE for the Reader Board Sign Request form. Click here for available weeks.
White Bear Press, twice a month Downtown White Bear Lake a banner ad page, downtown shops and businesses get a special rate on this page. We do a number of other advertisements with Press Pubs. Press Pubs include, White Bear Press, Vadnais Heights Press, Citizen, Shoreview Press, Quad Community Press, North Oaks News, and St Croix Valley Lowdown. Contact Patty Steele, 651 407-1213 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
White Bear Magazine, twelve issues per year, monthly publication, 10,000 copies distributed each month, targeting the upper income demographic, delivered by bulk mail, homes in the White Bear Lake area. Contact Katie Freemark, Tiger Oak Publishing, 612 787-3156 email@example.com
Town Life is published quarterly, with each issue covering three months of upcoming news, features and events.
The Winter Issue, which will come out December 10th (it is delivered within the WB Press to all homes in WBL, WBT and Gem Lake; 10,000 homes and 25,000+ readers) and cover the months of December, January and February. It is also sold via subscription and in retail stores such as Lake Country Booksellers and Festival Foods-WBL. All deadlines and ad rates can be found at www.town-life.com. Deadline for the Winter Issue is November 7th. I'm always looking for original/local story ideas, events and advertisers for future issues. The best is yet to come. Contact Cathy Carey, 651 292-9343 Noon to 5 p.m. email firstname.lastname@example.org
St Paul Pioneer Press - Daily newspaper, contact Vanessa Stroh, Account Executive, 651 228-5266, email@example.com
Spaces Magazine - Distributed 6 times a year, 60,000 copies delivered to affluent Twin Cities household, complimentary copies available at Twin Cities Kowalski's Markets, Bachman's, etc. Each publication has a theme. Spaces Resource Guide is distributed 2 times per year. contact Vanessa Stroh, Account Executive, 651 228-5266, firstname.lastname@example.org
Media Bridge Advertising - Radio & TV Advertising, contact Toni Villella, 651 341-0491 'Toni Villella' email@example.com
Marketfest - Marketfest is a free family festival held in Downtown White Bear Lake. Main Street memebers receive special pricing of their booth space. We have some spaces on 4th at no charage for Main Street businesses.
Space For Rent / Sale in Downtown White Bear Lake:
Office / Retail space for Rent, Contact Don Mooney, 651 308-1364
MNCAR website, MN Commercial Association of Real Estate.
Real Estate services in Downtown White Bear Lake
Real Estate By Owner LLC Click for Homes for sale in School District 624
White Bear Lake:
WBL Economic Development
Downtown White Bear Lake Main Street Email: Main Street President / Promotion Chair
Downtown White Bear Lake Facebook Page
White Bear Chamber
Explore White Bear Lake
White Bear Lake Conservation District
isd 624, White Bear Lake Area Schools
White Bear Press
White Bear Magazine Best of 2014
Minnesota Department of Commerce
Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
Minnesota Workforce Centers
Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
Minnesota Department of Revenue/Business Information
Minnesota Secretary of State/Business Services
Minnesota Department of Revenue
Minnesota Secretary of State
Small Business Administration in Minnesota
Community Planning and Development:
Assistance to Communities
Comprehensive Plan Assistance
Livable Communities Program
Grants, Funds and Fee Waivers
Minnesota Department of Administration, State and Community Services, Local Planning Assistance Center
Community Design Center of Minnesota
Downtown White Bear Lake Main Street Inc. is committed to promotional efforts and improving the quality and diversity of business by encouraging economic, cultural and recreational development, and also creating excitement and activity while building a strong business image through a combined effort from businesses, services and community residents now and in the future.
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