BID Launches New Website


Superior Business Improvement District Revamps!

The Superior Business Improvement District (SBID) announced the launch of their new website –

The new site marks the next step in the SBID’s rebranding process. The new site features a fresh new look, responsive mobile-friendly design and expanded content including a directory of SBID businesses.

Lindsey Jacobson, SBID Exec. Director

“It was really important to create a site that was a useful tool for supporting our SBID stakeholders,” said Lindsey Jacobson, SBID Executive Director. “We wanted to make it easy for people to learn about all the great things happening in the district and well as connect with our fantastic SBID businesses. And likewise, we want to support our business stakeholders with regular promotions, updates and resources to help them succeed.”

The new site also features information on current news and events in the district, as well as information on community issues such as updates regarding the current Belknap Construction project.

“The Belknap project has a huge impact on our SBID business as well as the community,” said Jacobson. “That’s why we committed to taking a lead role in providing updates on the project and keeping our stakeholders apprised on how the construction will affect their business. The new website has a section dedicated to the Belknap project and will be updated frequently. The key to remember is that Belknap is still open for business, so please be patient and shop local!”

The site will officially be debuted at the SBID’s Annual Meeting to be held on Wednesday, May 24th from 5-8 p.m. at VIP on Tower Avenue. SBID Stakeholders and the community are welcome to attend.

The new Superior Business Improvement District website. Click the picture to go to their new website.

About the Superior Business Improvement District:

The Superior Business Improvement District (SBID) is the largest BID in the state of Wisconsin, covering 89 blocks and features over 300 businesses. The SBID represents property owners for the purpose of sustaining, promoting, and enhancing a vibrant commercial district for the greater good of the community.

Contact SBID: 

Lindsey Jacobson
Executive Director
Superior Business Improvement District

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