Contest and Promotion Winners


Winter 2019 Timeless Trivia Winners:

Graham C. - Kanas City, MO
Ingrid D. - Olathe, KS
Joyce D. - Livingston, TX
Karen P. - Topeka, KS
Leah M. - Overland Park, KS
Nancy M. - Topeka, KS
Rebecca H. - Andover, KS
Sherrill M. - Lawrence, KS
Teresa B. - Lake Quivira, KS
William T. - Olathe, KS

Winter 2019 Timeless Trivia Answers:

Q1. The Bronze Lion sculpture residing outside of the MGM Grand Casino and Resort is the largest sculpture in the country, how much does it weigh?
Answer: 50 tons

Q2. The Grand Canyon is one of the most visited national parks in the United States. Approximately how many tourists visit annually?
Answer: 5.9 million

Q3. What body of water eroded rock over millions of years to form the Grand Canyon?
Answer: Colorado River

Q4. What three states does the Hoover Dam help provide power for?
Answer: California, Arizona, and Nevada

Topeka Home Show 2019 Winner:
Jeanne D. - Amazon Echo Show

Flint Hills Home Show 2019 Winner:

Miranda D. - Amazon Echo Show

Shawnee Branch Grand Re-Opening Winners:
Kelly P. - 55" Smart TV
Howard W. - $250 Price Chopper Gift Card

Fall 2018 Timeless Trivia Winners: 

Dave B. – Topeka, KS
Ingrid D. – Olathe, KS
Loretta F. – Olathe, KS
Penny L. – Mulvane, KS
Brenda N. – Olathe, KS
Jack R. – Overland Park, KS
Loretta S. – Wichita, KS
Darla W. – Olathe, KS
Janet W. – Lawrence, KS
Evelyn Y. – Kansas City, MO

Fall 2018 Timeless Trivia Answers:

1. Of the five New York City boroughs (Manhattan, The Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island), all but one are located on an island. What is the one NYC borough that is connected to the mainland?
Answer: The Bronx 

2. What is inscribed on the tablet the Statue of Liberty is holding?
Answer: It’s inscribed with the date JULY IV MDCCLXXVI (July 4, 1776)

3. What is the tallest building in New York City? 
Answer: One World Trade Center

4. The Empire State Building has its own zip code. What is it?
Answer: 10118

2018 CapFed® Adventure Contest Winners:

Bree G. - Kansas City, KS
Christina P. - Rochester, MN
Lori S. - Blue Springs, MO
Pattie H. - Lenexa, KS
Rachael A. - Overland Park, KS
Jeremy W. - Topeka, KS
Gretchen C. - Kaysville, UT 
Holly P.  - Overland Park, KS

Summer 2018 Timeless Trivia Winners: 

Bruce B. - Overbrook, KS
Sondra F. - Topeka, KS
Margaret K. - Olathe, KS
Bruce K. - Overland Park, KS
Deborah P. - Topeka, KS
Helen N. - Lenexa, KS
Sheila T. - Topeka, KS
Nina T. - Olathe, KS
Bob L. - Topeka, KS
John K. - Olathe, KS

Summer 2018 Timeless Trivia Answers:

1. This famous Myrtle Beach attraction provides scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean and stands at a height of 187 feet, the equivalent of a 20 story building!
Answer: The SkyWheel Ferris wheel

2. On April 12, 1861 Confederate forces opened fire on this South Carolina military base and is often referred to as the location in which the Civil War began.
Answer: Fort Sumter

3. This type of tree gives South Carolina its nickname and is featured on the South Carolina State Flag.
Answer: Palmetto Tree

4. This mountain range is responsible for the white sands of Myrtle Beach.
Answer: The Appalachian Mountains

2018 Be A Favorite Winner
Elizabeth M. from Kansas City won $100 Visa® Gift Card and a basket filled with summer treats and goodies.

Maize Branch Grand Opening Winner
Floyd B. from Wichita won the $1,000 grand prize from the Maize Branch Grand Opening.

Spring 2018 Timeless Trivia Winner

Dwane W. - Overland Park, KS
Bernice W. - Overland Park, KS
Kimberly S. - Bonner Springs, KS
Leah M. - Overland Park, KS
Alane J. - Salina, KS

Spring 2018 Timeless Trivia Answers:

1.) What four presidents are on Mount Rushmore?
Answer: Washington, Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Jefferson.

2.) How many years did it take to build Mount Rushmore?
Answer: 14

3.)Which President authorized the Badlands as a National Monument?
Answer: Franklin Roosevelt in 1939.

4.) Where did the name "Black Hills" come from?
Answer: From the Lakota Indian words Paha Sapa, which means "Hills that are black."