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How Cities Can Best Use ICSC to Attract Retail How Cities Can Best Use ICSC to Attract Retail Presentation Transcript

  • Oklahoma OpportunitiesBringing Retail to Oklahoma Cities Through ICSC Shows And Events
  • What is ICSC?• International Council of Shopping Centers• Clearinghouse for Retail• Fast and Focused• Meeting Driven at larger events
  • RECon - Las Vegas
  • RECon - Las Vegas• Quick, focused meetings• Preparation is key
  • RECon - Las Vegas• Know what you have to offer • Demographics • Opportunities • Incentives • Land/Sites/Spaces• Know what you want
  • Questions You’ll Get• It’s Vegas. We know why you want to go.• Will you come back with a deal?• How do we prepare?
  • What You Need To Know• Get a comprehensive list of available commercial parcels and sites• Aerials are a must• Know the zoning & pricing for any sites you present• Get solid demographics and market data
  • Before Vegas• ICSC OK/Ark idea exchange Monday, Sept. 19th at the Skirvin in OKC• Texas ICSC Dealmaking show Nov. 2-3-4 in San Antonio
  • Oklahoma Opportunities• In 2010, a dozen Oklahoma cities large and small decided to go to the Texas show as a coalition and try to make an impact.
  • the Booth, 2010
  • The Booth
  • The Booth
  • Reception - Relationships
  • Participants2011 2010 Guymon Glenpool Enid Cushing Ponca City Sulphur Woodward Collinsville El Renoand Collinsville! Shawnee Bethany Choctaw
  • The Message
  • The Outcome?• Anecdotal evidence: Very positive!• Bystanders, other cities and Economic Development agencies visited the booth, took pictures• Developers who did not make it to the reception came by... word spread.
  • Questions? Mandy VavrinakCrossroads Communications, LLC918-633-4397 | mvavrinak@mac.com mandyvavrinak.com