List of retailers' cooperatives

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The following businesses are or were retailers' cooperatives, which are owned by retail businesses, and provide centralised marketing and buying services.Western Retail Lumber Association nearly 3000 attendees people of all ages attended, tripling last year's event.“Hosting organizations like NTA and UMA provides us the opportunity to show first-hand everything St. Louis has to offer from our cultural institutions, great live music, amazing restaurants and all the wonderful places to stay,” Kitty Ratcliffe, president of Explore St. Louis, said.

The conventions are expected to have an economic impact of $4.2 million for the region, according to figures from Explore St. Louis. About 9,275 room nights are projected to have been booked for both events, according to St. Louis Business Journal research.

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  22. ^ Advertising Cooperative
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