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Belleville, Illinois

If you are searching for a Promotional Products Dealer in or around Belleville, Illinois we would love to talk to you. We are located in the Metro East and are able to meet, either in person or over the phone to discuss your promotional product options. We have designed hundrends of promotional products in the last five years and several of them are located in Belleville, Illinois. We offer custom promotional product to theBelleville, Illinois area. Unlike typical promotional product dealers we do not use templates. We have a unique promotional product process that we utilize to find out what you like and don' tike. Contact Us Today, since you are located in Belleville, Illinoiswe are close enough for you to meet at our office or we can meet at yours. We look forward to talking to you.

Belleville, Illinois
The people of Belleville, Illinois are looking forward to celebrating their 200th birthday in 2014. Belleville was founded by George Blair and named the county seat of St. Clair County in 1814. Although founded by the French, Belleville was primarily settled by Germans in the 1830’s and is rich with German architecture and history.
Over the years, Belleville, Illinois has become a diverse community with the National Register Historic District including over 700 homes in the styles of Greek Revival, Italianite, Gothic, Queen Anne and more. In Belleville, the residents boast one of the finest examples of mature nineteenth-century neighborhoods in all of Illinois. Since 1974, three neighborhoods have been declared historic districts, the “Old Belleville Historic District”, “Hexenbukel” and “Oakland”.
The German settlers were primarily university educated men who quickly built the Belleville Public Library, now the oldest library in the state of Illinois. The settlers formed literary and musical societies, choral groups and drama organizations. The Belleville Philharmonic musical society, founded in 1864, is the second oldest continuous playing philharmonic orchestra in the United States.
The area around the settlement in Belleville, Illinois has expanded over the past two hundred years with highways 15, 159, 177, 13, 161, I-255 and I-64 all within easy access. Educational opportunities are available from preschool to Belleville Area Community College, as well as the Belleville Philharmonic Society, the St. Clair County Historical Society, and excellent area libraries. The Belleville schools have been nationally recognized as Blue Ribbon Schools for providing quality education at below average costs. Nearby St. Louis, Missouri provides big-city services and universities for residents of Belleville, Illinois. Belleville, Illinois is also the largest city to border the Scott Air Force Base.
Today, the community of Belleville continues to thrive in cultural opportunities including sports complexes, movie theaters, public parks, and a daily newspaper. The Cahokia Mounds and visitor center dedicated to early Mississippi Indian culture is located in nearby Collinsville. Fort de Chartres is found near Ruma and the historical village of Maeystown is also close by. Transportation in and out of Belleville is available through the MetroLink transportation system, the MidAmerica Airport and numerous highways that connect to the city.
Belleville, Illinois is also a hub of business activity with ten banks, two major hospitals, manufacturing, and agribusinesses as well as a variety of small, locally owned businesses.
Residents of Belleville, Illinois who are interested in learning more about the German heritage of the community are invited to join the Belleville Sister Cities, Incorporated. The purpose of this local organization is to promote the social, cultural and business exchanges with the citizens of Paderborn, Germany, Belleville’s sister city.
Business Owners in Belleville, Illinois can take advantage of the services offered by BEPI (Belleville Economic Progress, Inc.). The 600 member organization is a private, non-profit corporation combining the functions of a chamber of commerce, tourism bureau and community economic development. Services include business retention programs, new business recruitment, networking opportunities, direct assistance to new and expanding businesses and community improvement programs.

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