Monday, July 6, 2009

Marketing Campaign Article in Birmingham News

If you missed the article in Sunday's Birmingham News about the new marketing campaign, view the complete article by clicking here.

According to Decision Data Resources, households in Mountain Brook spent about $422 million last year on consumer goods, but about $148.7 million was spent outside the city. If Mountain Brook shops could attract 1 percent of business from surrounding communities such as Hoover, Birmingham, Vestavia Hills and Homewood, they could bring in an additional $891,000 in sales tax revenue annually for the city, chamber officials said.

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