April 13, 2012
Landmark Survey Reveals the Latest Thinking of St. Louis Professionals
(St. Louis, MO – March 23, 2012): The Regional Business Council (RBC) announces the results of a first-time, milestone survey of 1200 young, ethnically diverse professionals, members of the Young Professionals Network (YPN), who live and work in the St. Louis region.
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With 400 respondents, the survey reveals answers to key questions never before asked of diverse leaders in St. Louis. The respondents represent 300 top local companies, including Build-A-Bear, Bunge, Cassidy Turley, BJC Health Care, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, McCarthy Building Group, Save-A-Lot, Scottrade, The Boeing Company, and Wells Fargo Advisors.
The background of the respondents, primarily 21 to 45 years of age, is:
- African American/Black: 64%
- Caucasian/non Hispanic white: 20%
- Asian: 10%
- Hispanic/Latino: 8%
- Bi-racial: 5%
- Middle Eastern: .5%
- American Indian: .5% Read the rest of this entry »
April 25, 2011
The Center would like to recognize those members that have already pledged their support to help the tornado storm recovery efforts. The tornadoes which wreaked havoc in St. Louis on Friday night damaged over 2500 homes and offices and blew out the windows at Lambert St. Louis International Airport.
Recovery efforts were underway almost immediately and our corporate members were some of the first to respond. As of Monday afternoon the following organizations had already pledged their commitment:
- The St. Louis Cardinals and Cardinals Care pledged $30,000 to the American Red Cross.
- Monsanto gave $100,000 to the American Red Cross
- Wells Fargo Advisors commits $100,000 to the United Way of Greater St. Louis
- Peabody Energy delivered a check for $275,000 to the American Red Cross (for local and international disaster relief efforts.)
- Centene along with St. Louis Bread Company delivered hundreds of sandwiches on Saturday to relief workers and victims (see picture below).
- Build-a-Bear Workshop has committed bears to the American Red Cross for the relief efforts.
- Regional Business Council gives $50,000 to the American Red Cross and $10,000 to Lambert St. Louis International Airport.
- Boeing gives $50,000 and Boeing St. Louis Employees Community Fund gives $20,000 to the American Red Cross.
- United Way of Greater St. Louis invests $200,000. $50,000 will go to the American Red Cross, $50,000 will go to the Salvation Army, and $100,000 will go to United Way 2-1-1.
- Enterprise Holdings Foundation is donating $50,000 to the American Red Cross and $50,000 to the United Way of Greater St. Louis.
- St. Louis Blues 14 Fund is making a $10,000 to the American Red Cross. The Blues players are also donating $10,000 to the American Red Cross.
- Laclede Gas gives $25,000 to the United Way of Greater St. Louis. They will also give 100% match of employee donations made to the United Way through May 9.
- Maritz commits $20,000 to the United Way of Greater St. Louis.
- Mastercard is giving $25,000 to the United Way of Greater St. Louis and $25,000 to the American Red Cross. The company is also doubling matching gifts made by employees through May 25.
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