Get your Bottle of Blue! Unique Memento Supports Kansas City Fountains


A limited number of #KCTrueBlue bottles of water are still available. Contact for details.

Show your pride for both the Royals and the City of Kansas City, Missouri, by acquiring a commemorative bottle of blue fountain water. Eight major City fountains will flow blue throughout the World Series, and small bottles of blue water are being sold for $5 each as good luck souvenirs. Proceeds go to the City of Fountains Foundation.

Mayor Sly James, foundation board member Pat O’Neill, Director of Kansas City Parks and Recreation Mark McHenry and Blue Valley Labs President Waymon Hofheins announced the sale of #KCTrueBlue 2014 blue water this morning by scooping water from the J.C. Nichols Memorial Fountain into commemorative bottles at the Country Club Plaza.

The 4-ounce bottles are being sold at Plaza Customer Service, 4750 Broadway Blvd. (near the corner of Ward Parkway), Kansas City, Missouri; 816-753-0100. Hours are 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday and noon-6 p.m. Sunday. The water is non-potable and for display purposes only.

“Sure, you have a Royals T-shirt and maybe a ball cap, but do you have this?” asked Mayor James as he dunked a commemorative bottle into the blue spray of the J.C. Nichols Fountain. “It would be a great stocking stuffer or treasured keepsake from this outstanding baseball season. Go Royals!”