Read between the lines of a recent promotional screed and realize that flyover county needs a desperate marketing ploy even in the midst of a pandemic. Whilst keyboard warriors boast of "safety" in the suburbs . . . And even the "security" that comes with vast fields of dirt in rural areas . . . A quiet life of desperation remains a tough sell.
Accordingly, here's just a bit of proof that Kansas life stays losing and only illegal immigrants working garbage jobs offer the last chance to save so many sparsely populated areas of the Sunflower State:
Earlier this month, Kansas lawmakers heard from leaders of our state's tourism industry about the economic impact COVID-19 has had on the industry and predict a three-year recovery at least.A recovery for our state's tourism industry is not something that will be instantaneous, given the multitiered nature of the industry and a likely downtown turn in conventions and conferences.