The Kansas City Chiefs announced that for the second year in a row, fans will have the opportunity to discover Chiefs-themed draft hats randomly scattered across the city with the "Fit for a Kingdom" social scavenger hunt in honor of the NFL Draft.
The one-day event will be held Friday, April 29, the second day of the 2016 NFL Draft. Throughout the day, hundreds of official New Era Chiefs draft hats will be given away to fans throughout the Kansas City area at several public places. These same New Era hats will be worn on stage in Chicago by the Chiefs first round draft pick.
"We are excited to once again involve the most passionate fans in the NFL in our draft celebration," Chiefs President Mark Donovan said. "This social scavenger hunt will help generate excitement for draft weekend and engage with our fans all over Chiefs Kingdom."
Fans will be able to follow the social scavenger hunt on the Chiefs official Twitter (@chiefs), Instagram (@chiefs) and Snapchat (officialchiefs) accounts for clues to find the locations of the draft hats around the metro. Fans who track down the location will receive a free hat until all hats at that location are gone.
Everybody in the Kansas City area is encouraged to participate in the search for the hats, whether you're a die-hard Chiefs fans or just a casual football spectator. From the Northland to Overland Park, Lenexa to Independence, the hunt for these hats will take you all around the greater Kansas City area.
Fans who share photos using the hashtag #FitforaKingdom can visit www.FitforaKingdom.com to see their pictures on the social feed.
For more information on the promotion, please visit www.FitforaKingdom.com. The 2016 NFL Draft will air live from Chicago on NFL Network and ESPN, beginning at 7 p.m. CT on Thursday, April 28 and concluding Saturday, April 30.