Name that Flyover City — November 1, 2019
Welcome back! We hope you are enjoying our little trivia game.
Here’s a quick review of the questions:
- An iconic American record label in this city was initially called “Hitsville U.S.A.”
- From this city, drivers can reach 50% of American households and 30% of Canadian households in a one-day drive.
- In the early 20th century, this city was controlled by political boss Tom Pendergast.
And, now, the answers:
- Detroit, MI—The city was the first headquarters of Motown. Barry Gordy purchased a former photographer’s studio in 1959 and initially called it Hitsville USA. The building is now a Motown museum.
- Columbus, OH—Columbus’ strategic location in the U.S. Interstate system means major cities like Atlanta, Chicago, and New York City are less than a day’s drive away.
- Kansas City, MO– Pendergast directed the flow of illegal alcohol during Prohibition and rigged elections to keep his friends in power.
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