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Posted on: June 11, 2018

Missouri Governor Mike Parson to Visit Branson

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The City of Branson is excited to welcome Missouri Governor Mike Parson to Branson on Tuesday, June 12, 2018. Governor Parson will meet with City officials, local leaders and business owners to learn more about Southwest Missouri, Taney County and the Branson community.


While Governor Parson lives in Bolivar, Missouri and is no stranger to our region, Branson Mayor Karen Best jumped at the opportunity to facilitate this meeting. Mayor Best along and Branson City Officials are looking forward to talking to the Governor about the unique assets and challenges this area brings to the State.


The meeting will be held at 10:00 am in the “Short Creek Room” at the Branson Convention Center. Media is welcome to attend.

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