Over the years, Greg has spent time - & collaborated with a variety of groups - in Kansas. On a personal level, he has taken part in fun experiences in the state like attending RiverFest & spending an afternoon at Freedom Hooves Therapeutic Riding Center.. On a professional level, the books based on Greg's story & the posters based on the books have been utilized by organizations & companies in Kansas (i.e. Jeff Siegal Cheerleading, Sunflower Bank, Raintree Montessori School, Sylas & Maddie's Homemade Ice Cream) with their own staff or students and/or as part of their efforts to make a positive difference in the community. Groups (i.e. Visit Wichita & Love To Travel) have sponsored Kansas-based editions of The Elevator Project (a kindness recognition project based on the books).The Page 1 reviews in The Silhouette Man include one from the head of a school in Kansas. SCROLL DOWN TO CONTINUE
Greg has spoken at a variety of other events in Kansas for people of different ages & backgrounds (i.e. private events for senior citizens in Lawrence & Lenexa, an annual event for KU Endowment staff, an annual meeting for Mid-Kansas Jewish Federation's donors), At the latter event, Johnson's Legacy Landscapes ordered copies of Greg's Legacy Poem poster for dozens of attendees. He also did a reading of his illustrated picture book (The Milkshake Man) for students at an awesome elementary school in Lawrence. During the 2020 Pandemic, he collaborated on an activity involving his books and selected seniors in Kansas.