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Missouri’s Central Location Makes It Great For The Eclipse & Business

Today, millions of people from around the world are gathering in Missouri to get a view of the total solar eclipse. But Missouri central location means the Show-Me state has more to offer than just great views.

Centrally located in the U.S., Missouri is a booming epicenter of commerce, and you can send your goods anywhere in the world via our international airports, extensive river barge infrastructure or on any of the US Class 1 railroads.

Additionally, Missouri’s central location allow you to reach more than 50% of the continental US in less than one-day’s drive, and most of the rest within two, and it’s easy to get there from anywhere in Missouri due to the number of highway miles in Missouri which total 32,318.

Not keen on driving, then from Missouri you can fly nonstop to 73 cities across North America.

Missouri is the Midwest and everything that encompasses. Booming with both rural and metropolitan culture Missouri benefits from the best of all the Midwest has to offer. With a strong and experienced blue- and white-collar workforce and numerous world-class universities Missouri is the perfect location to find the talent you need to watch your company grow into the future.

And for companies looking to engage in foreign trade, Missouri has three foreign trade zones spread throughout the state.

In fact, Missouri’s central location is one of the reasons why companies like Anheuser Busch, Boeing, Monsanto, Cerner, Centene, Express Scripts and more call Missouri home.

So come to Missouri today to see one of the best views of the eclipse anywhere in the world, and stay for our strategic location, low business costs and world-class companies. We promise you wont regret it.

For more information on Missouri, contact Steve Johnson, CEO of Missouri Partnership, at 314.725.2688 or via our contact form, with any questions you might have, and learn how Missouri Partnership can help with your business expansion and investment needs.

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