Develop QC holiday campaigns that engage residents and benefit businesses

Davenport, Iowa (KWQC) – Now that the 2022 Christmas holidays have officially begun, INSI6HT will explore how leaders in Davenport, Rock Island and Bettendorf are developing programs and activities that engage the public and allow everyone to businesses in the community benefit.

All downtowns in every city will really be decked out this year. That certainly includes Maureen, though representatives were not involved in the discussion.

INSI6HT would like to thank the following roundtable participants:

  • Kyle Carter, Executive Director, Downtown Davenport Partnership
  • Ryan Jantzi, Executive Director, Downtown Bettendorf Organization
  • Jack Cullen, Director, Downtown Rock Island

Discussions revolved around a number of “decorating downtown” projects, including Davenport’s Hunt for the Holiday pickle decoration, inspired by German heritage, Rock Island’s Hunt for the Holiday Train decoration, and Bettendorf’s Hunt for the new I-74 Bridge decoration Taste.

For more information on the former, visit, or the Downtown Bettendorf Facebook page.

About the show: INSI6HT is a new show on TV6 focusing on the business landscape of the Quad Cities. Every Sunday, Redrick Terry speaks with area business leaders and coordinates with reporters from the Quad-City Times on topics affecting our community. It airs Sunday morning on KWQC TV6 at 8am.

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