Selling Kansas as a Tourist Destination

Kansas tourism officials are marketing the state's austere scenery and quirky attractions in an effort to sell what they say is an authentic, American experience. They've enlisted a famous native son in their efforts, former senator and Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole. Frank Morris of member station KCUR reports.

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