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The Loop: U.S. Small Business Administrator Chief Karen Mills Meets with Delmar Loop Business Owners
The Loop (St. Louis), Dec. 6, 2012
Karen G. Mills, a member of President Barack Obama’s Cabinet and head of the U.S. Small Business Administration held a roundtable discussion on Wednesday with several business owners in the Delmar Loop.
Chief Mills discussed President Obama’s Deficit Reduction Plan with The Loop’s business owners and listened to concerns that small businesses are facing in today’s economy.
Immediately following the meeting, Chief Mills toured The Loop and visited Vintage Vinyl, Fitz’s, Componere Gallery, and Blueberry Hill.
About the Delmar Loop: A vibrant six-block entertainment and shopping district with ten live music stages and an eclectic mix of retail and restaurants, The Loop is a place of rich history and energetic evolution. A brilliant success, The Loop now serves as a model for communities across the country. The American Planning Association recently named this thriving urban retail, arts and entertainment district “One of the 10 Great Streets in America.”