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What to know about President Trump's visit to St. Louis

The president arrived in St. Louis at 2:25 p.m

ST. LOUIS – President Donald Trump will visit St. Louis on Wednesday to tour Boeing and have a roundtable discussion with Missouri business leaders.

Trump arrived in St. Louis at 2:25 p.m.

He participated in a tour of Boeing Defense, Space and Security Facility, followed by a roundtable discussion. CEOs and employees of 10 Missouri-based companies participated in the roundtable with Trump highlighting the benefits of tax reform.

Video: Trump hosts roundtable with Missouri-based companies

The President was greeted by Attorney General Josh Hawley, who announced a run for U.S. Senate Tuesday. Trump will headline a fundraising event for the Hawley campaign.


  • Boeing Defense, Space & Security, a St. Louis-based division of The Boeing Company
    • Delivered $100 million in charitable donations, $100 million for workforce development, and $100 million for infrastructure and facilities.
  • College of the Ozarks, a Point Lookout-based Christian liberal arts college
    • Announced a $204 bonus for all full-time, permanent employees
  • Mid-Am Metal Forming, a Rogersville-based metal fabricator
    • Announced a $250 bonus to all employees
  • Dynamic Fastener, a Raytown-based tool and fastener manufacturer
    • Announced $200 to $1,000 bonuses to all full-time employees
  • Kansas City Power & Light, a Kansas City-based electric utility company
    • Announced $100 million in annual tax savings for customers
  • Central Bancompany, a Jefferson City-based bank
    • Announced $1,000 bonuses for full-time employees and $500 bonuses for part-time employees
  • Hawthorn Bank, a Jefferson City-based bank
    • Announced $1,000 bonuses for full-time employees and $500 bonuses for part-time employees
  • Great Southern Bank, a Springfield-based bank
    • Announced $1,000 bonuses for full-time employees and $500 bonuses for part-time employees
  • Kansas City Southern Railway, a Kansas City-based transportation holding company
    • Announced $1,000 bonuses to all non-executive employees
  • Hunter Chase & Associates, a Springfield-based construction contractor
    • Awarded all foremen and superintendents 1 week of vacation

Roundtable participates

  • President Donald J. Trump
  • The Honorable Steven Mnuchin, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury
  • Dan Mehan, President and CEO, Missouri Chamber of Commerce
  • Dennis Muilenburg, Chairman, President, and CEO, The Boeing Company
  • Hazel Jean Mims, Employee, The Boeing Company
  • Dr. Jerry Davis, President, College of the Ozarks
  • Bonnie Brazzeal, Employee, College of the Ozarks
  • Renee Crooker, Employee, College of the Ozarks
  • Dave Johnson, CEO, Mid-Am Metal Forming
  • Brandon Pister, Employee, Mid-Am Metal Forming
  • Kevin Perz, Owner, Dynamic Fastener
  • Terry Bassham, Chairman, President, and CEO, Kansas City Power & Light
  • Bryan Cook, Chairman and CEO, Central Bancompany
  • David Turner, Chairman, CEO, and President, Hawthorn Bank
  • Kevin Baker, Chief Credit Officer, Great Southern Bank
  • Patrick J. Ottensmeyer, President and CEO, Kansas City Southern Railway
  • Chad Devenney, Employee, Kansas City Southern
  • Mary Beth Hartman, Owner and President, Hunter Chase & Associates