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Hunt Midwest

Hunt and Steadman merge Great Midwest Corporation and Mid-America Enterprises to form Hunt Midwest Enterprises, Inc. that includes three subsidiaries: Hunt Midwest Entertainment, Inc., Hunt Midwest Mining, Inc. and Hunt Midwest Real Estate Development.

Oceans of Fun, a 60-acre water park, opens adjacent to Worlds of Fun.

Lamar Hunt and Jack Steadman purchase Great Midwest Corporation and revert it back to a private company.

Lamar Hunt builds Worlds of Fun

Worlds of Fun, a 300-acre amusement park, opens at NE Parvin Road and I-435.

The Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl --- Lamar Hunt invests in Great Midwest Corporation.

The Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl — Lamar Hunt invests in Great Midwest Corporation.

A storage company is formed to begin leasing space in the underground, welcoming Ford, Pillsbury and Russell Stover as its first tenants.

Hunt Relocates The Dallas Texans To Kansas City

Lamar Hunt relocates the Dallas Texans to Kansas City, changing the team’s name to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Midwest Precote begins lateral underground mining of limestone in what is known today as SubTropolis.