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Sunset Hills, Missouri

If you are searching for a Promotional Products Dealer in or around Sunset Hills, Missouri we would love to talk to you. We are located in the Metro East and are able to meet, either in person or over the phone to discuss your promotional product options. We have designed hundrends of promotional products in the last five years and several of them are located in Sunset Hills, Missouri. We offer custom promotional product to the Sunset Hills, Missouriarea. Unlike typical promotional product dealers we do not use templates. We have a unique promotional product process that we utilize to find out what you like and don' tike. Contact Us Today, since you are located in Sunset Hills, Missouri we are close enough for you to meet at our office or we can meet at yours. We look forward to talking to you.

Sunset Hills, Missouri celebrated its fifty year anniversary of incorporation in 2007, but the history of this community starts long before that.
Sunset Hills is bordered on the west by the Meramec River and on the east by bountiful hills with fresh water springs. The Mound builders and other Native American tribes enjoyed the abundant farmland provided by the flood plain of the Meramec River. They established their communities around the sulfur and salt springs where the first European settlers bought the salt springs.
John Hildebrand received a Spanish land grant in 1777, with Gabriel Cerre following two years later and Jacques Clamorgan a little over a decade after Cerre. Eventually, the land owned by Hildebrand was sold to Clamorgan, who ran the mineral spring in Fenton. Cerre ran the sulfur spring in Sunset Hills. These men got things started, but were soon followed by other French-Canadian settlers who came to receive the Spanish land grants and try to make a go of life in the area that would come to be known as Sunset Hills, Missouri.
Daniel Boone was attracted to Sunset Hills by the opportunity afforded by Spanish land grants. Boone eventually settled in an area north of the Missouri River, but returned to Kentucky to entice others to travel to Missouri. The Sappingtons, John and Jemima, were some of the people who heard the tales of Daniel Boone about his adventurous in the plentiful land of Sunset Hills, Missouri. The Sappingtons sent two of their sons to find and purchase land for their family. The Sappingtons traveled with their seventeen children in 1805 to settle Crestwood and Sappington. The family homes were dispersed over the areas that would become Crestwood, Sunset Hills and Concord.
The Kentuckians who traveled to Missouri were soon joined by German immigrants in the 1830’s. A German author named Durin wrote a book describing the Meramec Valley’s similarities to the Rhine Valley in Germany. Many who read this book were eager to leave the tyranny of Germany and start a new life of religious freedom in America, and many of them ended up in Sunset Hills, Missouri.
Gravois Road through Sunset Hills started out as a wagon trail that turned to a market road for farmers; served as a cattle trail for a time and once was a stage line. In 1914, the Gravois Road was the first county road in the state to be paved. This newly paved road would help the area of Sunset Hills, Missouri to grow.
In the early 1900’s Rott Road in Sunset Hills was known as a prime location for building a residence or business. Today, the people of Sunset Hills know of Laumeier Place on Rott Road, where an 1800’s log home sat until the 1980’s when it was moved and preserved as a piece of history. August Busch Sr. bought forty acres in Sunset Hills and built the Sunset Inn, a place of fine dining and entertainment facilities. Today, with the additional of more land and facilities it is now known as the Sunset Country Club.

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