McClure believes in the process of Creative Placemaking to help rural communities achieve economic development and population growth through cultural and entrepreneurial amenities, concepts, and catalytic projects. McClure’s goal is to identify community needs, address challenges, and provide a comprehensive package, engaging partner consultants when and where their expertise is needed. To date, the placemaking team has designed amenities such as cultural centers, breweries, restaurants, area-wide beautification strategies, professional incentive programs, theaters, makerspaces, co‑working spaces, residency programs, and aquatic facilities, among others.
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The Missouri Division of Tourism (MDT) is the marketing and operating arm of the Missouri Tourism Commission. MDT's mission is to promote Missouri as a leading tourism destination, thereby increasing both visitation and the spending generated by visitors. As part of its efforts, MDT administers a Cooperative Marketing Program that provides matching funds to qualified, tourism-related organizations to assist in their overall marketing efforts. Organizations must meet very specific criteria to qualify.
Prep the Page LLC understands rural development, sustainability and growth. We know Missouri- having lived, studied the economies, built businesses, and helped grow local, county and regional community-based programs throughout the state. The Prep the Page team has over 30 years of experience in developing strategies for business and communities, data analytics, business growth, and economic development in rural, quasi-urban and urban settings. The Company offers an array of services, designed specifically for the community and the task at hand. Prep the Page introduces valuable tools and resources focused on business development, community success and organizational support.
USDA - Rural Development is a community and economic development agency. We offer housing programs, community programs, business programs, utility programs and cooperative programs. We deliver these programs through loans, loan guarantees and grants. We provide technical assistance in the areas of business, industry, community, economic and cooperative development along with rural housing, community facilities, water and waste water disposal, electrification and telecommunications, including distance learning, broadband and telemedicine.
Missouri Department of Economic Development
Phone: (573) 751-4999