TOPEKA – (September 4, 2013) – The Kansas Attorney General’s office and Kansas Bureau of Investigation will provide Kansans with consumer protection and public safety information at the Kansas State Fair, Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced today.
“An important mission of the Attorney General’s office is to educate Kansans about ways to protect themselves from scams and crime,” Schmidt said. “As thousands of Kansans gather to celebrate the 100 years of the State Fair, we look forward to sharing this important information once again at our fair booth.”
The booth will be in the Meadowlark Building on the fairgrounds in Hutchinson. Staff from the Attorney General’s Office and KBI will be available throughout the fair to answer questions.
Attorney General Schmidt will be at the fair on Sunday, September 8, and available at the booth to answer questions and listen to Kansans’ concerns from noon to 1:30 p.m.
The Kansas State Fair opens Friday, September 6, and runs through Sunday, September 15.