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What a place! And KSLQ was there for the O’Fallon Chamber’s ribbon cutting of Yuppy Puppy. This place is really nice!
The O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce General Membership was at The Christy Banquet Center in O’Fallon on Tuesday, April 25th. What, you’re not a member? It’s a great way to grow your business. Want more info? Click here to go the O’Fallon Chamber Website.
Shelley Barr was hitting the streets of WashMo on Thursday, March 29th. She made a visit to the WashMo Chamber of Commerce to talk to the Amanda and Jennifer. Wow….is their newly remodeled office nice or what!
March 29th, a special day. It’s Brad’s daughter Amanda’s Birthday. Brad played a special song for Amanda, talked about her birthday and the “Cheese Burger” incident and then actually talked to Amanda via Skype. Here’s the aircheck of what happened on KSLQ shortly after 7 AM on March 29th.
Wanna see what’s happening with the construction of the new WashMo Bridge across the Missouri. Check out WashMoBridge.com
A HUUUGGGGE crowd showed up for the monthly get together of The O’Fallon Partnership at the Brass Rail in O’Fallon, MO. Lots of money raised for a GREAT CAUSE. The THIRD Monday of every month. See you April!
Holly Murray from Metro West Accounting and Associates was on KSLQ Monday morning, March 20th, 2017 talking about the March networking event at The Brass Rail in O’Fallon, Missouri.
It’s a fund raiser for Kenny! It’s April 1st in Laurel Park. Check out the web page by clicking HERE Check out the Flyer by clicking HERE. You can find out more on the FaceBook page by clicking HERE.
The City of O’Fallon is working with local merchants and businesses on a new campaign to promote shopping in O’Fallon. Click here for the map and business locator. Depending on your device and/or browser you may have to download Microsoft SilverLight to view the map.
The O’Fallon Partnership had a fund raiser for Responder Rescue on Monday evening, February 20th. Lots of money raised for this great cause. And thanks to The Brass Rail in O’Fallon Missouri for hosting the event.
The first completed support for the new WashMo bridge. The second one being formed up. Follow the progress of the new WashMo Bridge as it connects FrankComo with WarrenCoMo and StCharlesCoMo at WashMoBridge.com
The KSLQ 4 SOMO team will be back at it again raising money for Missouri Special Olympics. This year’s event is schedule for Saturday, October 7th, 2017. Please save the date if you would like to part of our team. The sign up page will be up sometime in late February or early March. We’ll…
It opens March 1st and runs for 45 days. It’s the WashMo Home Show. It’s a virtual home show. For information on advertising check out WashMoShows.com
Live in the Westplex? You know, St. Peters, O’Fallon, Lake St. Louis, St.Charles, Wentzville, Weldon Spring, Cottleville or other communities in “The Heart of St. Charle County”? We’ve got a website for you. Check it out at Westplex.com
Not the cranes you usually associate with water. These cranes are working on the supports for the new Highway 47 WashMo Bridge across the Missouri. This picture was taken on Sunday afternoon, February 5th looking down stream. Keep up to date on all of the construction progress at WashMoBridge.com
The WashMo Home Show is coming March 1st. You won’t have to worry about driving to a convention center or an auditorium because KSLQ is bringing you the WashMo Home Show to you. Want to make your business a part of the WashMo Home Show? Click here for complete details.
It’s one of KSLQ’s best advertising packages ever. Here’s what you receive: Your Ten Second ad played EVERY HOUR between 6 AM and 12 Midnight That’s EVERY HOUR from 6 A to 12 Mid 7 days a week. That’s EVERY Hour 6 A to 12 Mid 365 for 365 consecutive days And the price? Freakishly…
It was a warm first Saturday in February. The construction crews took advantage of the weather and poured concrete on one of the supports in Warren County for the new WashMo Bridge. You can watch the day to day progress of the new WashMo Bridge at WashMoBridge.com