Topeka, Kansas is offering a free trip to New York City residents after Mayor Eric Adams mentioned the city in a speech. The Greater Topeka Partnership, Visit Topeka, and Kansas Tourism have teamed up to offer a three-day, two-night stay in Topeka to one lucky winner and three guests.
This offer is available to all residents of New York City, including those living in The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. The prize includes roundtrip airfare for four people from nearby Kansas City, hotel accommodations, tickets to local attractions, and $500 in gift certificates to local restaurants and shops.
According to Bob Ross of the Greater Topeka Partnership, Mayor Adams' comments about Topeka inspired the promotion. While it is unclear if the Mayor will take advantage of the opportunity, Sean Dixon, President of Visit Topeka, hopes to welcome him one day.
Topeka, located in northeast Kansas, is known for its rich history, diverse culture, and natural beauty. Visitors can explore local attractions such as the Kansas State Capitol, the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site, and the Topeka Zoo.
Kansas Tourism Director Bridgette Jobe expressed excitement for the promotion, stating that it is an excellent opportunity for New Yorkers to experience the beauty of Kansas. "We hope that New York City residents will take advantage of this offer and discover all that Topeka and Kansas have to offer," Jobe said.
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