The 2020 contest runs from
May 18 – August 21.

It’s time to post your favorite travel-themed Wichita flag pictures in the annual social media contest. Since the first contest in 2016, your city flag has been photographed all over the world and has visited every continent on the planet. So spread some Wichita love on your staycation or vacation. The rules are easy.

  1. Follow @WichitaFlag on Instagram.
  2. Post your original photo(s) repping ICT on Instagram.
  3. Tag @WichitaFlag and use #WichitaFlagSummerTravelContest.
  4. Tag your location so we know where you are.

Enter as often as you wish. Photos taken any time since January 1, 2020 may be entered by reposting your picture and following contest guidelines. Judges will select winners at
their discretion following the close of the contest at midnight (CST) on August 21, 2020.

Instagram profiles must be public. Winners will be notified via Instagram. Usage of #wichitaflagsummertravelcontest in your post grants permission for reposting. This contest is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by or associated with Instagram, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, or any other social media platform. Per Instagram, you must not inaccurately tag your content. Per Instagram rules, entrants confirm they are 13+ years of age, release Instagram of responsibility and agree to Instagram’s term of use. Prizes will be mailed to contest winners, who must provide a mailing address to receive their prize. This contest is open to all residents of Planet Earth.

NOTE: Stay safe and don’t endanger yourself or others when taking photos. When traveling outside of the USA, be sure to inquire from security personnel at cultural landmarks or historical locations if photographing an actual flag at the site is allowed before you pull it out of your backpack or purse. Wichita flag fans in Greece and France have been restricted from taking pictures of an actual flag at landmarks in those countries by security personnel and warned that noncompliance could result in financial fines. Flag t-shirts have passed the test in those areas, but not an actual flag.