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Marketing Cities

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Marketing Cities

Marketing Cities

Marketing Cities

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How would you "sell" the city where you live to other people? Would you market its restaurants, parks, public transportation? NPR's Neal Conan leads a discussion about how urban areas are making themselves attractive to potential residents.

Guests:

Tracy Gosson
*Executive director of Live Baltimore, a non-profit that markets Baltimore as a desirable place to live

Carol Coletta
*Host of Smart City, which originates from member station WKNO in Memphis, Tenn.
*President of Coletta & Company, Inc.

Gary Gates
*Research associate and demographer at the Urban Institute

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