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Missouri State Fairgoers Sing National Anthem After Sound System Fails in Arena [VIDEO]

The Missouri State Fair rodeo took a lot of heat for the unfortunate “Obama Mask Rodeo Clown Incident.” Well, I really hope this story gets as much national attention as that one did.

At the Draft Horse Hitches event over the weekend, there were some technical difficulties with the sound system at the Mathewson Center, and the national anthem couldn’t be played over the speakers. Well, it was a problem, until the entire crowd stood up and sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” on their own.

It was pretty amazing. THIS is what Sedalia and the Missouri State Fair are all about. Watch the video captured by JAM Marketing below.

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