What Will Kansas City Learn From Qatar World Cup 2022?!?

Not sure if the lessons form an authoritative oil-rich nation apply to Kansas City.

Then again . . .

The lack of real Democracy and so many allegations of corruption aren't really new to 12th & Oak. So this junket might be yet another waste of time & money.

Check-it . . .

"Kimiko Black Gilmore, the deputy city manager of Kansas City, Missouri, is in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup. She's there to learn how to be the best host possible when the event comes to Kansas City in 2026."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Kansas City's deputy city manager is in Qatar to learn how to host a World Cup

For any country or city, hosting the World Cup is an astronomical undertaking. That's why Kansas City's Deputy City Manager Kimiko Black Gilmore is in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup: to observe the festivities there in preparation for 2026.