ESPN features Kansas native, Special Olympics competitor

High Touch Technologies is a Special Olympics Kansas sponsor. Check out the below ESPN feature of Pittsburg, KS native Ashley Spriggs. She competes in 12 different winter and summer Special Olympics sports and is currently in Austria competing in the Special Olympics World Games 2017 in snowshoeing. Join her and High Touch for the Cutthroat… Read more »

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Holiday Open House

Last Thursday, December 8, High Touch Technologies and Great Plains Communications hosted the annual community and client Holiday Open House. The event had 130 community and client attendees and was held at the Sterling Building (recently purchased by High Touch). Held from 4 to 6 pm, guests enjoyed catering and drinks by Blue Moon Catering…. Read more »

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Leadership Wichita Recognition Night

On November 18, Tracy Lucas with High Touch Technologies was recognized as a member of the 2016 Leadership Wichita on behalf of the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce. The annual event recognizes the members of the Leadership Wichita group as well as their employers – thanking them for their participation. This year’s event was held… Read more »

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Annual food drive and display builds

Last Friday, High Touch Technologies employees from all locations (Wichita, Kansas City, Corpus Christi, Dallas, San Antonio, and Denver) as well as Great Plains Communications participated in the annual food drive and display build. Teams were by location and in Wichita, divided by the floors of offices (6-9) as well as the Great Plains team…. Read more »

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WSU Scholarship Recipient – Colby Ratzlaff

Since 2010, High Touch has awarded a $10,000 scholarship to a Wichita State University (WSU) junior or senior majoring in Management Information Systems. High Touch established the scholarship in memory of Ted Cary, a co-founder and former WSU professor who founded the company in 1984 alongside WSU graduates Dave Glover (’75) and Mark Lenz (’78)…. Read more »

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Partnership for Wichita Concert Series

High Touch Technologies is partnered with Fidelity Bank, KMUW and the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum to bring the Carnegie Concert Series to Downtown Wichita. Each Wednesday in September, a different band will play from 11:45 am to 1:15 pm in Heritage Square for free. A varying lineup of food trucks will also accompany the concerts… Read more »

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Room Sponsor at New Child Advocacy Center of Sedgwick County

On September 6, the Child Advocacy Center of Sedgwick County held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new home in a former Wichita elementary school. High Touch Technologies sponsored the Front Conference Room. Here are a couple articles about the opening: KMUW’s “New Home For Child Advocacy Center Of Sedgwick County“ The Wichita Eagle’s “A better… Read more »

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Tracy Lucas selected for Leadership Wichita

Yesterday, the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce announced the 2016 Leadership Wichita class and our very own Tracy Lucas was selected. Lucas is the Senior Executive Assistant to Wayne Chambers, President/CEO; she’s been with High Touch for 20 years. Leadership Wichita is a training program and 31 Wichita-area citizens are selected to participate each year…. Read more »

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High Touch recognized for Enterprise Award

This morning the Wichita Business Journal (WBJ) announced the “Day 3” Enterprise Award winners and High Touch Technologies was in the mix. It’s the first year of the WBJ’s Enterprise Awards and the organization states “There is a new spirit of entrepreneurship in Wichita these days.” The WBJ “supports that effort and wants to recognize… Read more »

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e2e Accelerator Opening Celebration

Late yesterday afternoon, the e2e Accelerator hosted an Opening Celebration on the first floor of the High Touch building in Downtown Wichita. The entrepreneurial program recently moved into the space. More information: “e2e Accelerator Resident in High Touch Building.” Through the event the program featured the first class of participants which were chosen from a… Read more »

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