## New city attraction signs aren’t free to businesses

Short version: The city is dropping some cash to put up signs all over the place that point to various places of interest like famous restaurants, neighborhoods or attractions. Some are whining about this though when they found out that the signs will only be leading the way to attractions that have paid the city for the sign placement. There are lots of problems people can, and should, be complaining about, but this isn’t one of them. [Read More]

## Advertising Prices So Low You’ll Think “Wow. Those are really low. I should purchase some of that.”

We’ve had our little Advertising link up on the top of the site since day one, but really it had nothing there. We were playing it cool, as if we were leaning on the hood of our website with an unbuttoned jeans jacket and one leg up on the car. Now we’re actually making a go at this. A trip to the advertising page now gives you sample ad sizes and prices for a month of advertising on a site that’s just too cool for your competitors. [Read More]

## Johnny Londoff, Sr. Died

_“Johnny Londoff, Chevrolet!”_ Johnny Londoff, Sr., the long-time car dealer that had one of the catchiest jingles in St. Louis history has died at the age of 86. Londoff founded the Chevrolet car dealership in Florissant on Dunn Road. Londoff started the dealership in 1960. Before that, he owned a dealership in North St. Louis which he had started in 1946. Londoff was well known for his catchy advertising jingle and his talent for promotion on billboards, radio, TV, and newspapers. [Read More]