WICHITA, Kan., March 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Wichita Mid-Continent Airport will begin featuring travel photos submitted by passengers on its Web site (www.flywichita.com) beginning in April. The airport is asking patrons to upload their favorite digital images from vacations, mission trips, sporting events or any adventure that originated from the airport. Photos submitted between March 1 and March 21 will be judged and the person submitting the best photo will be awarded two round-trip airline tickets to any destination in the continental United States. "We know thousands of great adventures begin at the airport," said Valerie Wise, Manager of Air Service and Business Development at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport. "We really want to engage our customers so they think of Mid-Continent as their airport."
Anyone wanting to submit a photo should go online to www.adventuresareabreeze.com and follow the simple three-step upload process. Photos should be in a horizontal (landscape orientation) format and saved as a jpeg file type. The best of the photos will be featured on the airport's home page beginning April 5. Others photos can be seen in photo albums on the airport's Facebook fan page.
Assisting in the promotion of the photo contest are KAKE-TV Channel 10 and KFDI-FM Radio. The winner of the contest will be announced on or about April 5, 2010. Complete contest rules can be found at www.adventuresareabreeze.com .
"You can see the world from Mid-Continent Airport," added Wise. "We're excited to see photos of our customers experiencing the world and share those experiences through our Web site."
The photo submission tool will be integrated into the airport's Web site (www.flywichita.com) after the contest so passengers can continue to share their travel images.
SOURCE Wichita Mid-Continent Airport
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