TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — It looks the Evel Knievel Museum will seemingly be jumping from Topeka, Kansas, to Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas newspaper reported Monday the museum devoted to the profession of Robert Craig Knievel, who became known for his death-defying stunts and tricks on motorbikes, will switch to the Las Vegas Arts District.
Amanda Seaside, the museum’s marketing director in Topeka, acknowledged Tuesday the file became as soon as “moderately untimely” nonetheless the deal is “impending.” The museum opened in Topeka in 2017.
If the deal is finalized, the Topeka team would set up and operate the museum in Las Vegas. The switch is now not going to happen immediately and would possibly per chance well well purchase a pair of years, The Topeka Capital-Journal reported.
“This museum deserves to be in a tourism destination, and I don’t judge anyone would question that Las Vegas makes essentially the most sense for the Evel Knievel Museum to be there with Evel’s history in that city,” Seaside acknowledged.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported developer J Neat acknowledged Monday he would work with landlord Jonathan Kermani to switch the museum.