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Become a vendor on the St. Louis riverfront

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Lewis and Clark Arch on the river

On the renovated St. Louis riverfront, new bike paths connect to regional trails, ramps on the east slopes of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial provide accessible routes from the cobblestone levee all the way to the Gateway Arch, new lights provide great illumination, event power is available throughout, and the whole area has been raised to reduce flooding.

Now CityArchRiver partners are seeking vendors to enhance and enliven this central space where St. Louis history began and 2.5 million visitors from all over the world visit annually. The effort is part of revitalizing the unique setting as a destination for shopping and recreation for tourists and locals alike.

A request for proposals is now available for interested entrepreneurs. Partners are seeking a diversity of vendors for foods, beverages, souvenirs, merchandise, rentals, and more. Ten dedicated spaces are available on Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd. between the Poplar Street Bridge and the Eads Bridge under the Gateway Arch. Eight of these spaces have electricity available.

To review the RFP, click here or visit the City of St. Louis Street Department website at: www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/street/documents/rfp-riverfront-vending.cfm

For questions about the RFP process, contact Matt Brinkmann, Gateway Arch Park Foundation Special Events & Programming Manager, at Matt.Brinkmann@ArchParkorg.

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