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Saturday, February 28, 2009

What would shoppers at Chesterfield Commons change about St. Louis? posed this question: We know you love St. Louis, but what would you change about it?

For some reason, they stalked shoppers at Chesterfield Commons to elicit answers.

I don't know if it was careful editing or there were good sales going on, but negative responses were no where to be found (minus one lady griping about traffic)!

Watch the video here.


Mark Groth said...

Nice find thanks for posting. Surprisingly kind, considering Chesterfield mega-lo-strip-mart was the sampling section. Notice the oldest person was the only negative one? Old people who once lived, or had relatives in STL and moved to Chesterfield usually don't have kind things to say about the city.

Lolololori said...

Chesterfield's not even a borough/streetcar suburb of St. Louis, I don't know what they were thinking A) when they drove that far B) why they thought that'd be a good place to ask about St. Louis.

My point is, you don't see New York Magazine asking Greenwich, Connecticut what it'd change about NYC.

Anonymous said...

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