Associated Industries of Missouri Celebrates 100 years at event
April 16, 2019 – Associated Industries of Missouri celebrated 100 years of serving as the Voice of Missouri Business at a celebration held at Jefferson City, MO in the historic Millbottom Event Center.
Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe addressed the crowd and presented AIM with a Declaration celebrating the anniversary. Amy Susan of Missouri Enterprise also addressed the crowd and applauded Lt. Gov. Kehoe and Governor Mike Parson for implementing the Buy Missouri program.
Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe, Darrell Schubert, Ray McCarty and Amy Susan
Jefferson City Mayor Carrie Tergin also presented AIM’s Chairman of the Board Jerry M. Hunter (of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner) with a Pride and Progress Certificate and the Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce celebrated with a ribbon cutting honoring AIM’s special occasion.
Jefferson City Mayor Carrie Tergin, Steven Burger and Jerry M. Hunter
Darrell Schubert brought his restored 1919 Ford Model T to the event and gave rides to attendees, including Lt. Gov. Kehoe, Mayor Tergin and many others.
Lt. Gov. Kehoe and Darrell Schubert
Steven Burger of Burgers’ Smokehouse provided the delicious meal for the group, including their famous country ham – the original Burgers’ product that started the business.
AIM President/CEO Ray McCarty gave a presentation on the history of Associated Industries of Missouri. Be on the lookout for special articles with historic tidbits in our newsletter throughout this anniversary year. See below for the first one.
Jefferson City Mayor Carrie Tergin and Darrell Schubert
DID YOU KNOW AIM was formed before women had the right to vote? AIM was formed on April 14, 1919, and women’s right to vote was not ratified until August, 1920.