Business Leaders Working with City Leaders and Residents for the Mutual Benefit of Our City

 

NEXT MONTHLY MEETING

THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 4-7PM

BUSINESS EXPO

Overland Community Center

9225 Lackland Road


OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!


SPECIAL EVENTS COMMITTEE MEETING
THURSDAY, APRIL 2,
7:30AM

Shepard Funeral Chapel
9255 Natural Bridge Road at I-170

 

TOPIC:

  • 2015 BUSINESS EXPO - MARCH 19
  • 2015 BLOCK PARTY - JUNE 6
  • 2015 AUTUMN IN THE PARK - SEPT. 26

Overland City Hall
City of Overland's Website

ATTENTION – 2015 OBA Dues


If you have not renewed your dues for 2015, please use this reminder to get your check in. The fee this year is again only $75. Please mail the check (O.B.A., PO Box 142784, Overland, MO 63114) or drop it by Overland Hardware for our Treasurer, Gregg Wesche.


March Business Expo


Annual Business Expo will showcase many of the local area businesses, churches and charities. This is a great opportunity to meet local residents and potential clients.  We will be having free drawings including three $50 cash prizes throughout the evening to attract attendees.  The Expo is a free to benefit to the Overland Business Association’s members.  Any business, church or charity in and around Overland can be featured at this event by simply joining the organization.


The Expo will take place on Thursday, March 19th from 4-7 p.m. at the Overland Community Center, 9225 Lackland Road. Each space comes with an 8’ table and two chairs for your display. Reserve your space by calling or emailing Nancy Harrison at Jenah Realty Group (314-426-7575  nancy-jenahrealty@sbcglobal.net).


Not an OBA member – simply join by paying our annual dues of $75.00. Checks can be mailed to: OBA, PO Box 142784, Overland, MO 63114 or dropped off at Overland Hardware.


This event will be publicized on the OBA’s Woodson Road billboard, The Localite Shopper and mailings to our area’s residences.  Historically, this event has had a great turnout from the local community and is an excellent opportunity to network with our residents and local businesses.  Don’t miss it!