It seemed fitting to launch the state’s birthday party from its capitol, Jefferson City. Fun fact – it’s the only city in the country that has these three things: a State Capitol, a River and an Historic Penitentiary!
Our partners in Joplin helped us celebrate! Odds are, you have a beverage in your refrigerator right now that was bottled in Joplin, Missouri.
Cape Girardeau celebrated with us as well! Cape Girardeau is located on the Mississippi River in southeast Missouri. Cape Girardeau has evolved from a tiny trading post to a thriving, culturally rich community serving as a regional hub for education, commerce, and medical care. Although the city’s population is around 39,000 people, it’s estimated as many as 100,000 travel there daily to work, shop, go to school, or visit healthcare facilities.
Happy birthday from Kansas City, the home of stand-out sports teams, delicious barbecue, and a whole lot of Heartland pride!
Happy Birthday from Kirksville, located in the Missouri Northeast. Kirksville is known for its great colleges such as Truman State University and A.T. Still University, the founding school of osteopathic medicine.
The St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce gave a shout out to Missouri’s Bicentennial. The St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce is proud to lead economic development efforts and business and community engagement in Northwest Missouri.
Missouri’s St. Louis region is ready to celebrate! With 2.8 million residents, more free attractions than anywhere else on the planet, and a spot on TIME Magazine’s World’s 100 Greatest Places of 2021 – #STL has a lot to celebrate.
WireCo WorldGroup, Governor Mike Parson and Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County celebrated Missouri’s Bicentennial by announcing WireCo’s $15M expansion at their flagship manufacturing facility in Sedalia!
Happy Bicentennial from Springfield, Missouri’s third largest and the fastest growing city in the state!
The Houston, Missouri, community sends a happy birthday to Missouri for 200 years of providing to the citizens.
Happy 200th birthday Missouri! Here’s to 200 more!!!