.Zack - Not Just Another Venue

.Zack - Not Just Another Venue

Nestled just outside of Saint Louis’ Grand Center is .Zack, which many St. Louisans fondly remember as the once-home of Plush. Many raucous nights spent with live music and wild parties happened in Plush’s heyday, but the historic Cadillac Building’s current state is more sophisticated. The 40,000+ sq foot, 4-floor behemoth is now almost unrecognizable as the sleek and welcoming .Zack—and we can’t wait to welcome you there for Not Another Marketing Conference!

The Kranzberg Arts Foundation took over the Cadillac Building in 2016 and have transformed the space into an inviting, multi-use establishment. You’ll find a 200-seat theater on the first floor, where we will be hosting our event panels. Also on the first floor, locals can find dinner, drinks, brunch (did someone say biscuit flight?), and vinyl records setting the ambiance at Turn, a restaurant and catering company run by David Kirkland of Cafe Osage fame.

The second floor features retail space and is also home to Sophie’s Cocktail Lounge, where our post-panel happy hour will take place. The vintage-meets-modern lounge has a rooftop patio for networking conversations and luxurious velvet chairs for resting. The top floor is home to Sally’s Rooftop Garden & Terrace, where Urban Harvest STL tends a garden that provides food to Turn, Sophie’s, and the nearby Grandel Theatre Dark Room, and helps to combat food deserts in in St. Louis city.

It makes perfec sense made perfect sense to hold our digital marketing conference at . Zack because, just like us, it’s unique!

We look forward to providing you with a new spin on the typical marketing conference, and are excited to meet so many talented marketing folks from Saint Louis. Many thanks go to .Zack for hosting us!

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What Makes It Not Just Another Marketing Conference?

What Makes It Not Just Another Marketing Conference?

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