Introducing our 2017 Leadership Wichita class

Thirty-three citizens from the Wichita region have been selected to participate in the 2017 Leadership Wichita class, a leadership training program presented by the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce. This class will join the nearly 1,000 other individuals who have committed to become stronger leaders for the community since the program was launched in 1983.

Leadership Wichita participants are identified through a nomination process, followed by submission of a formal application to the program’s Board of Trustees for selection. The Chamber received a record number of both nominations (202) and applications (101) for the 2017 program.

“Leadership Wichita provides professionals the training to use their talents and skills to tackle local needs, such as education and economic development,” said Tyler Heffron, Chair of Leadership Wichita Board of Trustees. “Past participants of Leadership Wichita have made significant contributions in our community, and this year’s class will graduate equipped with the insight to build upon their professional successes to make Wichita the premier place to grow companies, careers and communities.”

The 2017 class will participate in eight sessions that cover issues such as economic development and the future vision for Wichita, workforce development and the impact of ensuring a highly educated workforce in our community, the importance of consensus within government, along with building leadership skills through real-life examples, group discussions and collaboration.

The 2017 Leadership Wichita class will begin Thursday, Aug. 24 and will conclude Wednesday, Nov. 8.

2017 Leadership Wichita Class:

  • Abigail Arthur, FreeState Healthcare
  • Keturah Austin, Sedgwick County
  • Kyle Blasdel, Conco Inc.
  • Maggie Butler, Via Christi Health
  • Anne Chandler, Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Kansas
  • Carrie Cox, Allen, Gibbs & Houlik, LC
  • Mike Ellis, Delta Dental of Kansas
  • Amy Feimer, Hunter Health Clinic
  • LaShonda Garnes, City of Wichita
  • Clay Germany, Wichita Police Department
  • Michele Gifford, Textron Aviation
  • Andrew Gough, Reverie Coffee Roasters
  • Jeff Hersh, USD 265 Goddard Public Schools
  • Jennifer Hughes, High Touch Technologies
  • Danielle Johnson, Wichita State University Office of Diversity and Inclusion
  • Justin Kasel, USD 259 Wichita Public Schools
  • Jason Knobbe, Kansas Air National Guard
  • Melissa Knoeber, Fidelity Bank
  • Paul Lavender, Sasnak Management Corporation
  • Jonathan Long, T-Mobile
  • Sheila McGuire, Hutton Construction Corporation
  • Cindy Miles, Nonprofit Chamber of Service
  • Robert Moody, Martin Pringle Attorneys at Law
  • Justin Pfeifer, Wichita Area Technical College
  • Mark Pierce, Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office
  • Jake Ramstack, Insite Real Estate Group
  • Tyler Roush, 18th Judicial District
  • Courtney Sendall, Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Sharla Smith, University of Kansas School of Medicine Wichita
  • Ty Tabing, Hudbella Government Affairs
  • Jacob Wayman, e2e Accelerator, Inc.
  • Rachel White-McQuillan, Westar Energy
  • Rachael Woods, Spirit AeroSystems

Introducing Kirby, the Chamber dog

Kirby is being trained to become a certified assistance dog.

If you have visited the Chamber building in the last month, you may have noticed the pitter patter of little paws or been greeted by requests for belly rubs by Kirby, a 15-week old female black lab. While more and more workplaces are becoming pet-friendly, Kirby is no ordinary pup because she is being trained to become an assistance dog.

Kirby is owned by KSDS Assistance Dogs Inc., located in Washington, KS. The nonprofit organization is fully accredited by Assistance Dogs International (ADI) and provides guide dogs for the visually impaired, service dogs to assist individuals with physical disabilities, and facility dogs that assist professionals in the field of education, counseling, health care, retirement or the legal system.

Kirby once received an invitation to City Hall to meet Mayor Longwell.

Volunteers known as “Puppy Raisers” are an integral part of the KSDS mission. The Puppy Raiser is responsible for teaching the puppy basic obedience, house and public manners, and socialization. Chamber staff member Courtney Sendall and her husband Jeremy are Kirby’s Puppy Raisers, and key to her socialization is accompanying her humans wherever they go (hence coming to work at the Chamber each day). So really, the entire Chamber staff is contributing to her raising.

When Kirby reaches four months of age, she will receive her official “Assistance Dog In Training” vest. If you see her when she is wearing this vest, we ask that you refrain from petting her because wearing the vest is her signal that she is on duty.

When Kirby reaches two years of age, she will return to KSDS for a year of formal training, after which she will be matched will an individual in need of an assistance dog.

So for the next two years, Kirby is will be an official part of your Chamber team. Will it be difficult to give her back? Absolutely. But will it be worth it knowing that she is changing someone’s life? Absolutely.

Even though she is a future assistance dog, she is also still a puppy, so we appreciate your patience if you hear her barks while you’re at our building for a meeting or if she doesn’t display proper manners when she meets you. We’re working on it and she looks forward to meeting you.

Note: A fully-trained KSDS dog is valued at $25,000 and is provided to individuals at no cost, and there is currently a three year waiting list due to a shortage of Puppy Raisers. KSDS reports that 90 cents of every dollar donated goes directly to the support and placement of assistance dogs. Learn more at ksds.org.

Web marketing expert Marcus Sheridan coming to Wichita

Author and web marketing expert Marcus Sheridan will be speaking in Wichita on Oct. 27. His speech is titled “The Digital Consumer: How Today’s Buyer Has Changed and What Your Business Must Do About It” and is specifically designed for marketers and small business owners. The program, presented by Digital Wichita and the Wichita Regional Chamber,  will be held from 7:15 to 11 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 27 at Abode Venue and includes breakfast.

Marcus is the author of the Sales Lion, a sales, marketing and personal development blog, and a partner in River Pools and Spas, which he is credited with saving during the 2008 economic crisis.

An internationally sought after speaker and strategic marketing consultant, Marcus brings clarity to what B2B and B2C companies must do to not only align themselves with the recent shift in buyer patterns, but take advantage of the digital age as well.

Forbes magazine named him one of seven “Best Speakers for Business Growth,” while Entrepreneur magazine last week named him among “11 Marketing Experts Whose Insights Could Change Your Business.”

Early-bird ticket are available for $40 through Aug. 31. A Social Host Package is also available for $375, which includes eight tickets and logo recognition at the event. Each ticket holder will receive a copy of Sheridan’s book They Ask You Answer: A Revolutionary Approach to Inbound Sales, Content Marketing, and Today’s Digital Consumer. Find more information register here before prices go up.

Event sponsorships are still available. Contact Rachel Douglass for more information.

Rachel Douglass promoted to Director of Engagement

Rachel Douglass

Gary Plummer, Chamber President & CEO, announced today that Rachel Douglass has been promoted from Manager of Engagement to Director of Engagement effective July 1. She joined the Chamber in September 2015, and her responsibilities include planning and implementation of events and programs which deliver visibility, education and peer connections for Chamber members. She has a comprehensive background in project management, marketing strategy and brand management. Douglass is a graduate of Wichita State University and a volunteer for several organizations including the Ronald McDonald House Charities and the Barton International Group.

Plummer said that Douglass has proven herself to be a valuable part of the Chamber team. “Rachel has shown a great talent for assessing Chamber member needs and connecting them with the most valuable program. Her ability to develop meaningful relationships with our members, vendors and the community at large makes her an important part of the Chamber’s membership engagement efforts. I’m very pleased that Rachel is assuming greater responsibility for the direction of Chamber programming.”

Tram Ngo joins Chamber Government Relations team

Tram Ngo has joined the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce as the Government Relations Project Manager. In her new position, Tram will coordinate the logistics of Government Relations events and sub-committees, in addition to assisting with advocacy-related research and community outreach efforts.

A Dean’s Scholar who recently graduated from Wichita State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, marketing and management, she previously worked as a human resources coordinator at INVISTA, a subsidiary of Koch Industries.

Toni Porter, Director of Government Relations, said the skills that Tram brings to the team will serve her well in the role. “Tram’s work and volunteer experience, as well as her commitment to the Wichita community, have quickly made her a key addition to the Chamber team. I am confident she will play a key role in providing an exceptional service experience to our members, public officials and community partners. We’re pleased to have her on board.”

Her first day at the Chamber was May 30. Please help us welcome Tram to the Chamber team!

Conference topics help your small business achieve big success

Interested in leading-edge ideas and enlightening discussions about the fundamentals of running a small business? Then you’ll want to attend the Chamber’s 2nd annual Engage & Ignite Small Business Conference on Wednesday, May 24.

The Details
9 to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 24
Hyatt Regency Wichita
Choose three of nine breakout session topics (listed below).
Register here for only $15 per person.

Rachel Douglass, Manager of Membership & Engagement for the Wichita Regional Chamber, says the success of the 2016 conference made hosting a second rendition an easy choice. “The best part of the Engage & Ignite Small Business Conference is that it is the brainchild of the Small Business Awards planning committee. All the sessions are planned specifically by small businesses, for small businesses.”

Ed O’ Malley of the Kansas Leadership Center was one of our 2016 presenters and is returning this year with “The Experimental Nature of Leadership.”

The conference will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency Wichita. Three sessions are available for attendees every half hour with a short break in between. Topics range from social media marketing to optimizing HR and hiring practices. Douglass said the Small Business Awards committee worked to keep the conference cost affordable at only $15 per person. “We’re hoping that businesses will send more than one person to the conference since we have so many interesting speakers who are focused on providing valuable take-aways that attendees can immediately implement in their operations.”

The Schedule | Register Here

9 to 9:30 a.m. Breakout Session Options:

  • The Power of Listening and Saying Thank You | Damon Young, Charles E. Mahaney Roofing Company
  • Stories from a Serial Networker, Not a TED talk, but Close | Brad Painchaud, Squid Ink Creative
  • The Experimental Nature of Leadership | Ed O’ Malley, Kansas Leadership Center

9:45 to 10:15 a.m. Breakout Session Options:

  • Boosting Team Morale | Ashley Thill, Zernco, Inc.; Scott Ludwick, Builders Plus Construction; and Heidi Perez, Mahaney Roofing Company
  • Interviewing Techniques for Optimized Retention | Shawne Boyd, ARSI
  • Social Media Success In Just 3 Minutes a Day  | Tim Fruits, Malibu Creative, LLC

10:30 to 11 a.m. Breakout Session Options:

  • Redefining and Prioritizing Sales Activities for Small Businesses | Allen Clouse, Star Lumber & Supply Co. Inc.
  • Unique Employee Benefits Small Business Can Offer | Carrie Cox, Allen, Gibbs & Houlik, L.C.
  • Telling Your Why | Brandy Willett, e2e Accelerator, Inc.

The Awards
The Small Business Awards Luncheon will begin at 11:15 a.m., where two businesses will be named the Small Business of the Year. Scott Redler, co-founder of Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, will deliver the keynote speech. This luncheon always sells out, so get your tickets today.

Find more information about all the activities schedule for May 24 at wichitchamber.org.

Friends of McConnell receives national award

The Friends of McConnell, an affiliate of the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce, was announced as the recipient of the 2016 Abilene Trophy on April 28 at the Phoenix Rally at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois. Since 1998, the award has been presented annually to the community that demonstrates the most support of its local Air Force Base. Also known as the Air Mobility Command Community Support Award, the trophy is awarded by the Abilene Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee.

To apply for the award, Friends of McConnell submitted a nearly-200 page document outlining how the Wichita region supports the airmen of McConnell Air Force Base. The document included examples of how the community worked alongside the military in preparation for the arrival of the KC-46, the re-designation of the 931st Air Refueling Wing from a group to a wing, and honoring the heritage and mission contributions associated with the 60th anniversary of the KC-135.

Pat Gallagher, Military Affairs Liaison for the Wichita Chamber, said Friends of McConnell was honored to receive the award on behalf of the entire Wichita community. “Wichita loves our Airmen and recognizes the vital role they play in our community,” she said. “I’ve been involved with McConnell for 25 years and I appreciate those who serve there tremendously. They are the very best this nation has to offer.”

A local award presentation and celebration will take place at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 14 where the Chair of the Abilene Chamber will unveil the trophy and present it to the Friends of McConnell. McConnell Commanders will be present to express their appreciation to our regional partners for their overwhelming support. The event will be hosted by Friends University. Find more information and register for the event here.

Col. Al Miller, 22nd Air Refueling Wing Commander, said he was pleased the Wichita area was recognized. “For any Airman who is serving his or her first assignment and is fortunate enough to have been assigned to McConnell Air Force Base, they will struggle for the rest of their careers to find a community as supportive as this one. Wichita and the surrounding communities set the bar extremely high. This community is the very best.”

McConnell Air Force Base has an annual economic impact on the Wichita region of $800 million. The Friends of McConnell seeks to express community pride and appreciation of the area’s military by providing organizational and financial support for Commander-directed programs at McConnell Air Force Base. A primary goal of the group is to make McConnell the most desirable assignment of an Airman’s career.

Managing Underperforming Employees

By Rachel Douglass
Membership & Engagement Manager

Last week’s Small Business Owner Roundtable with Newman University Business Dean Brett Andrews was insightful – to say the least. It had attendees reflecting on not only how keyed into work their employees are, but also evaluating their own performance.

According to a recent Forbes study, four reasons employees underperform include:

  • Instructions were not clearly understood
  • They don’t have the resources
  • They don’t have the ability
  • They just don’t care


Can you tell which of these bullets are a leadership issue versus an employee issue? If you guessed the first three bullets as leadership issues (with the last bullet being an employee issue), you’re right. The activity served as a friendly reminder to all: employee issues usually begin with the leader or management.

Employee performance issues can become toxic if they’re ignored. As Andrews said, “It’s important to understand the difference between misconduct and poor performance when evaluating employee issues.” Misconduct can easily be defined as willful disobedience, while a performance issue is categorized as the failure to meet minimum standards.

Andrews walked attendees through six easy-to-follow steps to help address employee concerns. Those six steps include:

  • Early recognition
  • Early notification
  • Continuous observation and documentation
  • Verbal warning
  • Written warming
  • Conclusive action

Whether you utilize these specific steps or not, Andrews encouraged attendees to strive to adhere to a consistent and trackable procedure to optimize workplace positivity and increased productivity.

Chamber and Plummer recognized for diversity and inclusion

By Suzy Finn
Director of Community Advancement

Chamber President Gary Plummer accepted an award from the Heartland Wichita Black Chamber for efforts to promote the importance of inclusion and diversity in the Wichita business community.

The Heartland Wichita Black Chamber of Commerce held its second annual Black & White Ball on April 22. The Ball is the Chamber’s main fundraising event, as well as an opportunity to honor inductees into the Black Business Hall of Fame.

2017 Hall of Fame inductees included Juanita Hayes-Hill, Ed Givens Sr., and James Arbertha. Wichita Public Schools Superintendent Alicia Morris-Thompson received the new BIG Apple Award, and Cox Business and Walmart were inducted into the Presidents Circle.

At the end of the evening, Heartland Chamber President Bernard Knowles recognized two other individuals in attendance, one of which was Christal E. Watson, President and CEO of the Heartland Chamber, based in Kansas City.  Knowles also recognized Gary Plummer, President and CEO of the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce, for the Chamber’s efforts to promote inclusion and diversity in the Wichita business community, such as inviting the presidents of the Heartland Wichita Black Chamber, Wichita Hispanic Chamber, and Wichita Black Chamber of Commerce to be part of The Chamber Board of Directors.

Chamber Board Members in attendance included Gene Bowen, Suzy Finn, Junetta Everett, Christina Long, Greg Cole, Gary Plummer and Bernard Knowles.

“We are truly honored by this recognition,” Gary said, “and I accept it on behalf of Junetta Everett, Suzy Finn and many others who are dedicated to this important initiative.”  Junetta, of Delta Dental of Kansas, is the Chamber’s Vice Chair of Inclusion, and Suzy is the Chamber’s Director of Community Advancement and Young Professionals of Wichita.

Inclusion is one of the Wichita Regional Chamber’s four strategic priorities in 2017, with a goal of convening business leaders and partners to enhance Wichita’s image as an inclusive community that values the many aspects of diversity.

Welcome to our 245 new members!

And thank you to our volunteers! Because of their efforts, the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce set a statewide record of most members recruited during a 56-hour time frame when we welcomed 245 new members (listed below) during a recent membership event. During the event on April 18-20, more than 200 community volunteers gathered to invite their peers and colleagues to join the Chamber.

A celebration was held for volunteers at the conclusion of the membership event, where several individuals were recognized as top performers. The following individuals were recognized for recruiting at least six new memberships: Kyle Blasdel of Conco Construction; Brandon Brungardt of Hutton Construction Corporation; Dan Madrigal of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices; Bob Reyes of Envision, Inc.; and Sean Tarbell of Davis-Moore Automotive, Inc.

Diane Iseman of INTRUST Bank and Michael Monteferrante of Envision, Inc. were also recognized for their exceptional efforts during the membership event.

The Chamber’s 245 new members raises the Wichita Regional Chamber to more than 1,800 members, solidifying its role as the voice of the business community and the distinction of being the largest business membership organization of its kind in Kansas. View a complete list of new members below.

Our thanks to Westar Energy for serving as the Presenting Sponsor of the 2017 Membership Event. Other sponsors include: AVI/Corporate Caterers, Drury Plaza Hotel, Foulston Siefkin, House of Schwan, Jason’s Deli, Kansas Sports Hall of Fame, Lubrication Engineers, Sam’s Club, Starbucks, The Kitchen, and Truffles Catering.

View photos from the calling sessions and volunteer celebration on our Facebook page.

New Members

  • 3G Supplements
  • 3R-Mechanical
  • A Better Solution In Home Care Inc.
  • AA Auto Clean
  • ACM Removal – Kansas, LLC
  • Advanced Personnel
  • Advantage Marketing
  • Aerospace Turbine Rotables, Inc.
  • Agile HR
  • AKG Office Solutions
  • All Angles Collision Repair – East
  • All Elements Auto and Marine
  • All Saints Health Care
  • All Seasons Construction, Inc.
  • Allstate Insurance – Kevin Hutchinson Agency
  • Ally Construction
  • American State Bancshares
  • Ametek Advanced Industries
  • Andover Family Dentistry
  • Andrews Cleaning Service
  • Applianz
  • Approved Auto Sales
  • Ariagno, Kerns, Mank And White
  • Artistic Builders
  • Ascension Lutheran
  • Ascension Lutheran – Maple
  • Barton Solvents, Inc.
  • Baxter & Associates, Inc.
  • Bell Mirror & Glass, Inc.
  • Benchmark Mortgage
  • Billy Sims BBQ
  • Bishop Carroll High School
  • Black Water Fire Protection, LLC
  • Blake Clotia
  • Bruce & Lehman LLC
  • Buckert Contracting, Inc.
  • Buffco Engineering
  • Burwell Construction, Inc.
  • Butler County Backhoe Services LLC
  • C & S Appraisals, LLC
  • Candle Club
  • Candye Daughhetee, Rodan & Fields Consultant
  • Ceco Inc.
  • Central Mechanical Wichita, LLC
  • Central Standard Brewing
  • Clean Harbors
  • Click Bond
  • Clint Bowyer Autoplex
  • Comfort Systems HVAC
  • Cook’s Heating and Air
  • Corporate Safety Compliance, Inc.
  • Cory Ayres – Wealth Legacy Advisors
  • Cowskin Creek Farm
  • Cox and Company
  • Creative Business Resources
  • CrossFit Wichita
  • D & H Auto Transport
  • DB Construction of Wichita, Inc.
  • DCS, Inc.
  • Dellrose United Methodist Church
  • Designer’s Home Gallery
  • Dickson Distribution
  • Diggs Construction
  • Dirtwork Contractors
  • Dugan & Giroux
  • Duty First Holdings
  • e2e Holdings
  • East Wichita Dentist
  • Eastridge Cleaners Inc.
  • Engineered Door Products
  • Ergonomic Solutions, Inc.
  • Everyday Beaut
  • Eviction One
  • Express Print & Signs
  • Farmers Insurance
  • FedEx Express
  • Fetch Bistro
  • Fleet Feet Sports Wichita
  • Frederick Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning
  • Galdean Law Firm
  • Gateway Wireless & Network Services
  • Global Partner Solutions
  • G Mac Construction
  • Golf, ETC
  • Goode Pool & Spa
  • Gottschalk Brothers Roofing, Inc.
  • Great Plains Diabetes
  • Greenwich AeroGroup
  • Grumpy Old Men
  • Guthridge Property Maintenance
  • Hairy Sofa Pet Grooming Boutique
  • Harman Huffman Construction Group
  • Harris & Co. Frame Shop
  • Hayford East
  • Healing Waters
  • Heartland Animal Hospital
  • Hephner TV & Electronics Inc
  • Hobby Town USA
  • Hollow Metal Door Co.
  • Hopper’s Glass
  • Hopping Gnome Brewing
  • Hub Supply
  • Hurricane Sports Grill
  • ICS Construction
  • Ignite Strategies LLC
  • Inside Out Fitness
  • J Cox Realty Group
  • Jackson Mortuary
  • Sky Contracting Co Inc
  • Jersey Mike’s of Wichita
  • Jet AirWerks LLC
  • Jimmie’s Diner
  • JPI Glass
  • Kansas Eye Bank & Cornea Research Center, Inc.
  • Kansas Foot Center
  • Kansas Gastroenterology
  • Kansas Grain Sorghum
  • Kansas Secured Title
  • Kansas West
  • Karl’s Tire
  • Kendrek Electric
  • Kim Koester, Monat Market Partner
  • Kim Rhodes – JP Weigand
  • Koehn Painting Co
  • Kristie Nedbalek Agency
  • Kyodo Yushi Manufacturing
  • LaCrone Enterprises
  • Launch Prep
  • Lawn Buddy
  • LED Source City
  • Lee Air
  • Liebau Greer Wealth Management Group – Wichita
  • LifeTeam Critical Care Transport
  • LightSpeed VT
  • LINE-X
  • Liquidynamics
  • Lola’s Bistro
  • Longhofer Lawn & Tree Care
  • Lou’s Place
  • Lucky’s Convenience & Tobacco
  • Lucky’s Everyday
  • Main Place Youth
  • Maize Digital Billboard
  • Makino
  • Manheim Wichita
  • Martin Event Services
  • Mary Kate and Company
  • Max Aerostructures
  • Maybee Home Inspections
  • McKenzie & Associates
  • Metalform Industries Inc.
  • Mid America Equipment
  • Midland Insurance
  • Mill-Tel
  • MK Consignment Store – East
  • MK Consignment Store – West
  • Mobile Comm
  • Music Scene
  • Net Pay Capital
  • Northstar Therapy Center
  • O.M.T. Inspections
  • Opti-Life
  • Optimal Performance
  • Park Aerospace Technologies Corp
  • Pat’s Concessions
  • Perfection Builders
  • Pet Supplies Plus
  • Phones To Go, Inc.
  • Pinnacle Homes
  • PrimeCo Painting
  • Pro Kansas Recycling
  • Professional Cleaning Systems
  • Promo Depot
  • Propane Central
  • Rachel Clark Landscape Design
  • RBP Inc.
  • Revolution Bag
  • Rise Up for Youth
  • River Vista, LLC
  • Rockin M Media
  • Seven K Company
  • Shaken or Stirred Bartender
  • Shelton Collision Repair
  • Shire Signs
  • SignLab.net
  • Sims and Associates
  • Smile Craft Family Dentistry
  • Smith Chiropractic
  • Songbird Juice Co
  • South Seneca Car Care
  • Southeast Chiropractic Center
  • Specialized Service Co
  • Stearman Field Bar & Grill
  • Steve Hausmann Agency
  • Stifel-Moser-Lowe Financial Group
  • Stuart and Assoc
  • Studio 420
  • Sweeney Bookkeeping LLC
  • Sweetly Scrumptious
  • Sweetman Investors
  • Tablerock Ventures
  • Tactical Safety Solutions
  • Tami Koester – Xyngular Distributor
  • Taylor Made Cleaning
  • Ten Talent
  • Tenbrink Enterprises
  • The Alternative Board
  • The Anchor
  • The Barbary
  • The Growth Plan
  • The Incubator for Nonprofits of KS
  • The Living Room Salon
  • The Mattress Hub
  • The Windshield Shop
  • Tim Hartman – CoreNorth Capital Planning
  • TMD
  • Tobie Andrews Photography
  • Tortilla King
  • Trajectory RCS, LLC
  • Transpacific Oil
  • Trax Express Carwash
  • TriMark Signworks
  • TriMet Group
  • Uniquities Home
  • Urban Air Trampoline Park
  • Via Fone
  • Village Tours
  • Visibility Optics
  • WAAL Wichita Animal Action League
  • Warsh My Windows
  • Welcome Home
  • Westurban Little League
  • Whiskey Dicks
  • Wichita CDK
  • Wichita Construction Group, Inc.
  • Wichita Littlest Heroes
  • Wichita Rentals Property Mgt
  • Wilcox Painting
  • Wilks Underground Utilities
  • Window Blind Outlet
  • WMW Consulting
  • Woodard Mercantile
  • World Studios
  • Wyatt Kesler Educational Foundation
  • Your Chamber Connection