The Wall Street Journal blog posts a shout out to JumpStart.

Cleveland Rocks? JumpStart Wants To Make It So

It’s never been quite clear why Cleveland has not embraced the Rock Hall in it’s branding and leveraged it to promote a younger, edgier entrepreneurial image (as clearly Youngstown and Akron are doing). Maybe this article signals a starting point. One barometer of how lost the Rock Hall is to Cleveland is the airport, where the Rock Hall reveals itself in a small corner store, one short hallway of posters (Concourse B) and a small wall poster with a microphone stuck in front (Concourse D).

Of course, Thomas Mulready has seen the gap and is filling it with CoolCleveland and Neotropolis.

Last 5 posts by Ed Morrison

Random Posts