TOPEKA, Kan (WIBW) --- Potential presidential candidate, Howard Schultz, stopped in Topeka Tuesday afternoon.
The former Starbucks CEO toured the Brown V. Board of Education National Historic Site.
He then attended a local meet and greet at the Greater Topeka Partnership where he took questions.
Earlier in the day he visited the University of Kansas campus to tour Allen Fieldhouse. He then hosted a town hall on the campus for local residents.
He said he learned about the issues important to many Kansans.
"We heard a lot of people talking about what the issues are facing people in the agriculture and farming business in Kansas, he said. "And clearly the policy that President Trump has brought forth with regard to the trade and tariffs and China were hurting many families throughout Kansas."
Schultz said he will announce whether or not he will run for president this summer.