This year, the AMA Wichita Chapter’s annual Holiday Mixer was held in Siena Tuscan Steakhouse at the Ambassador Hotel. It was the perfect scene for networking with marketers across the city.

Not only was the event great for socializing, but half of the proceeds went to a charitable cause. AMA Wichita raised $265 for the Kansas Food Bank – that adds up to 1,060 meals!

The mixer started with lots of laughs and catching up over Snowflake Martinis – the event’s signature cocktail – and a spread of meatball skewers and bruschetta bites.

As the festivities continued, we took a quick break to announce winners of prizes donated by wonderful organizations around Wichita:

  • Christine Pileckas – Night at the Ambassador Hotel, Wichita
  • Jessica Atherton – Gift card to Scotch and Sirloin
  • Mike Rivera – Gift card to Siena Tuscan Steakhouse

Congratulations to the winners!

As the evening wrapped up, we left with happy hearts and full bellies, ready to tackle the holiday season. All in attendance are prepared to hit the ground running in 2020, especially with our exclusive flash drive of the latest marketing tips and tricks from the event.Thank you, AMA Wichita, for a great evening with friends and colleagues, and the work you do to continually push marketers forward.Happy holidays and a wonderful New Year to all!

Sydney Runyan
BG Products, Inc.

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