Over the weekend, the city of Sioux Falls, S.D., was showcased for it's economic and financially stability on CNN's "Fareed Zakaria GPS." Raven Industries has its corporate headquarters in Sioux Falls.
The second segment of the show's five-part series called "Where America Works" pegged Sioux Falls as a "boom town," and praised the city for it's low unemployment rate.
Raven Industries and Citi Bank were included in Sunday's segment, used as examples as to why Sioux Falls' economy has remained strong.
Mayor Mike Huether was also featured, speaking on the successes of the town behind Citi Bank and other companies.
"We find our goal and our other resources in the hard working people," Huether said in an interview.
The segment also highlighted Sioux Falls' infrastructure, construction, roadways and unemployment rate.
"Where America Works" is a five-part series focusing on how "intractable problems are being solved in towns across America."
City officials will host a news conference Monday at 1 p.m. in response to the feature.
"Fareed Zakaria GPS" is a weekly global affairs program that airs Sundays on CNN International. Fareed Zakaria, the show's host, is also a Washington Post columnist and a bestselling author.