Come early October 2014 and the cake makes a special appearance alongside their 'other' cake. This was believed to be part of the occasion for a get-together (or company picnic, or some such thing) which is usually held this time of the year for Ameren workers. Several, I mean several, scores of obsessed cake-hunters (myself included) hurried the first October weekend to get that cake! It was believed that it was originally going to disappear again. On October 6, it was announced that Ameren will keep their second cake open to the public for the rest of the year. So, it gave people less reason to worry and to add another cake to lists.
This is not an official 'STL250' cake, but I am including it since it is was made on the typical fiberglass cake model used by all the others. Plus, it is so unique in its own way, like all the other cakes. It will probably not be mentioned on the stl250 website cake list. But, while its there, my advice to any caker is to go out there (again) and get a snapshot of it!
Here are the sides of the unique cake, which provide a pictoral history:
|Top of the cake|
|Left side of the cake|
|Back side of the cake|
And lastly, the two cakes side by side:
NOW: Both Ameren cakes are no longer on public display.
1901 Chouteau Ave., ST. LOUIS, MO, 63103
Cake artist: Rudy Zapf (she decorated the other Ameren cake too)