Kansas (PRWEB) July 19, 2012
Everyone knows everything is bigger in America and the saying is especially true for food and that is why so many food challenge devotees are taking off from our fine shores and touching down in the Land of the Brave looking for the perfect meal to conquer.
The team at Bristol Airport Parking Shop have noticed a significant rise in the amount of customers booking their cars in before they fly off to Kansas City in an attempt to emulate Adam Richman, the actor and food enthusiast that spends his time travelling around America trying to defeat major food challenges.
KansasCityRestaurant.org have also recorded a rise in the amount of customers they have that couldn’t help singing the praises of Bristol, and the website even has a special section welcoming them in.
With a variety of different styles, tastes and sizes of City Restaurants across Kansas City, people wishing to take on the American big food offerings available to them are sure to find something to whet their appetites.
The two companies come highly recommended on both sides of the Atlantic and together they are growing steadily in popularity, much like the show and the fans’ needs to find the next big food challenge.
Kansas City Restaurants have opened many different styles of eatery in recent times and passengers arriving from Bristol Airport can avail themselves of a selection like BBQ Restaurants, Fine Dining, Ethnic and Steakhouse. The Steakhouses in particular are a final resting place of Man vs Food fans.
Customers leaving their cars In a space booked through Bristol Airport Parking Shop are guaranteed the best value for money, and the utmost safety for their vehicles, whether they rely on the CCTV, 24 Hour Patrols or Automatic Number Plate Recognition and Vehicle Damage Recognition software. So while travellers are stuffing themselves full of some of the best food that the state of Missouri has to offer, and perhaps taking in the sights behind the wheel of a truly American motor, they can be rest assured that their vehicle at home is being taken care of in their absence.
A survey taken among passengers at Bristol Airport on July 4th, found that the majority of people flying to Kansas City had booked their long-stay parking, through Bristol Airport Parking Shop. 60% of the people asked, that were travelling for pleasure, said that they were looking forward to checking out just how much bigger the food portions were in America, and the general consensus was that Kansas City Restaurants where high on the list of places to visit, and most male passengers where excited by the thought of a Man VS Food type scenario when they finally landed.
While Kansas has so much more to offer than just great food, and the potential to eat too much of it, it is safe to say that Kansas City Restaurants are a big tourist attraction to people visiting the city.
Whether customers are visiting for 2 days or 14 they can book their parking back in Bristol with the Bristol Airport Parking Shop and really enjoy their holiday, knowing their car is being looked after by the team back home as well as they are being looked after by the team at one of the many Kansas City Restaurants, in the Missouri.