KANSAS CITY, Mo. — With a population of 435 people, Kismet, Kansas, is far from the largest town in the world.
But the town, which is closer to Amarillo, Texas, than to Wichita, Kansas, does have a largest claim to make.
That's where Rocky Ormiston comes in.
The southwest Kansas farmer tweeted Wednesday an aerial view of what he's calling the world's largest Kansas City Chiefs logo arrowhead.
No photoshop here! Worlds largest @chiefs arrowhead is in SW Kansas. Still need the multi varieties to change color but it’s coming out as nice as a Super Bowl win! @PatrickMahomes @Mathieu_Era @espn @NFL @nflnetwork pic.twitter.com/JOCsIw14X4— Rocky Ormiston (@rockormiston2) August 6, 2020
Ormiston said the plan is to have the plans in the field change color this fall, which will help to match the colors of the team's actual logo.
Ormiston believes his farming skills are as “as nice as a Super Bowl win!”