Sprint vice president Kevin McGinnis (left) gave Gov. Jay Nixon a tour of the Sprint Accelerator in the Crossroads Arts District before Thursday’s announcements. Kansas City Mayor Sly James also attended.
Sprint vice president Kevin McGinnis (left) gave Gov. Jay Nixon a tour of the Sprint Accelerator in the Crossroads Arts District before Thursday’s announcements. Kansas City Mayor Sly James also attended. The Kansas City Star
Sprint vice president Kevin McGinnis (left) gave Gov. Jay Nixon a tour of the Sprint Accelerator in the Crossroads Arts District before Thursday’s announcements. Kansas City Mayor Sly James also attended. The Kansas City Star

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