Wild West Country Museum Passport Program Launched
Judd Weil-News Director firstname.lastname@example.org
[FORD COUNTY, Kan.]
The Wild West Country (WWC) Tourism Coalition of Southwest Kansas recently announced launch of the 2022 Museum Passport Program.
The program hosts 31 museums, art centers, and information centers across the 22 counties of Southwest Kansas on the digital app, TurfHunt, available through the Google Play and Apple App Stores. Each location offers a variety of challenges participants can do to earn extra points.
“We wanted a fun way to bring awareness to the wide variety of attractions and museums southwest Kansas has to offer,” said WWC President Robin Bailey. “We believe this digital treasure hunt is a fun way to involve the whole family in discovering southwest Kansas’s hidden gems.”
To get started, download the TurfHunt app, select “Redeem Invitation,” and enter code JUAGCB or search Wild West Country in the app. Then visit any of the locations featured in the hunt to start earning points.
The Museum Passport will remain active through December 31. The drawing will be held in January of 2023.
Find out more about the Wild West Country tourism coalition and the Museum Passport Program at www.wildwestcountry.com.