Wichita Restaurant Week Sponsorships
Wichita Restaurant Week was created by the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Kansas in partnership with Visit Wichita and the Kansas Restaurant & Hospitality Association. This event is designed to spotlight Wichita as one of the state’s premier dining destinations, to support the local restaurant community and nourish the youth in the Wichita area.

Wichita Restaurant Week is now seeking sponsorships for 2017. For unique ways you can partner with this award-winning campaign, please contact Jan Hiebert at (316) 265-2800.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Kansas
For more than 20 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Kansas has helped kids BE GREAT providing hope and opportunity for those who need it most. Today, our three clubs serve some 2,500 young people through club membership and community outreach. Boys & Girls Clubs provide young people 6-18 years old with guidance-oriented character development programs conducted by trained, professional staff. Clubs positively impact lives and help young people reach their full potential as productive, caring citizens. Key programs emphasize leadership development; education and career exploration; community service; technology training; financial literacy; health and life skills; the arts; sports, fitness and recreation; and family outreach. Learn more at begreatwichita.org.

About Visit Wichita
Visit Wichita markets the greater Wichita area as a major convention and tourism destination, thereby enhancing the economic development of the city, county, region and state. Visit Wichita is led by President and CEO Susie Santo. In 2015, more than $1 billion was spent by visitors to the Wichita area. Learn more at visitwichita.com.

About Kansas Restaurant & Hospitality Association
The Kansas Restaurant & Hospitality Association represents Kansas’ restaurants, hotels, motels, country clubs, private clubs and allied businesses and serves the interests of the members of the foodservice and hospitality industries in Kansas. Learn more at krha.org.