About Michael Hinton:
Michael Hinton was born and raised in rural Central Kansas. After career moves to Nebraska, Iowa and Arkansas, he and his family make their home in West Plains, MO – located in the country’s beautiful Ozark Region. Michael’s expanding collection of antique tractors, passion for machinery of the past, and admiration of the community in which he lives, led to his desire to develop http://www.TheAntiqueTractorShow.com
About West Plains, MO:
West Plains (Pop. 11,986) is located in south-central Missouri and serves as the county seat of Howell County. The 2010 U.S. Census cited the county's population to be 40,400. It is the largest city within an 80-100-mile radius (approximately 86.7 miles from Springfield, MO and 139.2 miles from Little Rock, AR).
Much of the scenic beauty surrounding West Plains, Mo is part of the Mark Twain National Forest. Notable residents of West Plains throughout the years include baseball players Preacher Roe and Bill Virdon, singers Porter Wagoner and Jan Howard, actor Dick Van Dyke, author Daniel Woodrell, and pilot Stephen W. Thompson. For more information, visit http://westplains.net/tourism/tourism.php