By: Staff Writer
Created in November 2017, the District was formed as a much-needed portal for our community. It focused on a small area that resides in part of downtown Casper, and the Old Yellowstone District–with David Street Station being at the heart of it. This small 6 block radius features art galleries, music venues, coffee shops, bars and restaurants, as well as community events, concerts and much more. Like in other urban cities who have these focused sectors, we followed suit to give Casper and the people of Wyoming an information hub about all the great happenings.
Several parties were involved in the creation of The District idea and the execution of it. The BARK Firm was brought in to have the strategic role of building the site and helping with some marketing efforts. We have seen it grow and take on a voice of its own in the last two years, and it’s been a fun project along the way. With that being said, the controlling parties have either moved away, moved on, or are on the move. So, we open it up to you! The sale of the District includes its website, social media channels, and the brand as a whole.
The website allows you to post upcoming events, rich content features and has a map of locations in the District. There is also an advertising platform built into the site where ads can be sold to generate revenue. The social platforms include Facebook and Instagram and have a strong local following.
If you’ve ever been interested in getting involved in the community, running a blog, becoming the source for cultural news and information, you might want to consider this opportunity. The whole brand is set at $8,000 and is open to negotiation. For more details, or if you have any questions please call The BARK Firm who currently has control of the website.