Southwestern Electrical is a Wichita Open Ambassador.
With their addition, the Wichita Open has the most ambassadors since the inception of the Wichita Open Ambassador program in 2013.
“Southwestern Electrical has supported our event since our arrival at Crestview in 2001,” said Roy Turner, Tournament Director. We are honored that they have chosen to step into the role of Ambassador. “Their addition is a milestone in our Ambassador program”.
“Southwestern Electrical Company is thrilled to support our local market as an Ambassador for the Wichita Open. We have been headquartered right here in Wichita, KS since 1908. So it only makes sense to partner up with the Wichita Open to support local charities,” said Aaron Drake, President of Southwestern Electrical Co., Inc. “We are excited to see the positive impact that the Wichita Open brings to our community and are proud to be part of the team! We have grown into the largest Electrical Contractor in the Wichita area and are the oldest licensed Electrical Contractor in the state of Kansas still in operation. This has been accomplished by the hard work of our employees and their commitment to quality and safety.”
Southwestern Electrical offers a wide variety of commercial and industrial design, installation and services including Electrical, voice, data, fiber optic, security cameras, access controls, audio visual, building automation and wireless network infrastructure installations. In addition, is committed to improving and advancing with the industry to offer its customers state of the art support with the latest technologies available.
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 Wichita Open Benefitting KU Wichita Pediatrics will be returning to Crestview Country Club the week of June 14 – 20th.
The Wichita Open Benefitting KU Wichita Pediatrics is a 72-hole competition featuring 156 players from around the world. Debuting in 1990, the tournament is one of four original tour stops that remain on the current schedule. The event has been played at Crestview Country Club since 2000. The event was the Korn Ferry Tour’s Tournament of the Year in 2019.