Wichita, KS – The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas Wichita Open is pleased to announce the addition of Advance Catastrophe Technologies (ACT) as the newest Wichita Open Major Sponsor.
“ACT has come to the Wichita Open and immediately asks us to start dreaming a little bigger. Their energy is infectious, and not only do they see the value of our ambassadors, but they create and add tremendous value for everyone in the room. They are not here to be another person in the room, they have joined the Wichita Open to be an influential advocate of this community. We want strong local leaders to be a part of us, and we firmly believe in their leadership,” said Dusty Buell, Tournament Director.
“The ACT Family is thrilled to join the Wichita Open as a major sponsor,” said Ashlea McDonald, President of ACT. “A signature event like the Wichita Open provides critical support for organizations like KU Wichita Pediatrics and delivers such a positive economic impact throughout the city. As a Wichita-based company, we want to do our part and invest in those that work tirelessly to make this community a better place to live.”
Founded in 2001, Advance Catastrophe Technologies (ACT) provides disaster planning, response and recovery for over 10,000 commercial properties across the United States and Canada. Specializing in water, fire, environmental, and storm restoration, ACT is dedicated to serving its clients with a proactive approach to any and all disasters. With the goal of minimizing business interruptions, ACT utilizes state-of-the-art technologies along with a heartfelt compassion for those affected by disaster.
The Wichita Open Ambassador program encourages and provides a way for its members to get involved by:
- Raising Charitable Donations for Local and National Organizations
- Improving the Overall Quality and Success of the Event
- Stabilizing the Tournament’s Future
The 2024 event will be held at its reigning home for the last 24 years – Crestview Country Club – from June 6 to June 16, with competition rounds from the 13th to the 16th. Since the inception of the Wichita Open Ambassadors, close to $3M has been donated to local charities.