Bob Snow has been asked to create, manage, develop, and/or consult on dozens of projects all over the globe.  His friend and business colleague, Jim Rouse, the famous retail developer who created the “festival marketplace” concept with Faneuil Hall in Boston, led Bob to projects in Europe and Asia as well as every corner of the US. Bob is given credit for creating the Urban Entertainment Complex concept with his Seville Quarter in Pensacola, a project still drawing huge crowds non-stop from its creation in 1967. Today, Snow & Associates is busy creating exciting new uses for former steamboats and passenger liners.  Subsidiaries Riverbend Steamboat Company and Golden Era Steamship Company are actively involved in the site selection for two ships the company has targeted to become condo-hotel-restaurant- entertainment centers in two large port cities. Bob once owned the 270-foot sidewheel riverboat Willow.  He eventually sold the 85-year-old vessel to foreign investors who placed it into active cruising on the Thames River in London (photo left).
 Riverboats  -  Hotels  -  Casinos  -  Promotional Aviation  -  Urban Entertainment Centers
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