Special Olympics KS Charles E. Watson Golf & Softball Tournament.

High Touch serves as corporate partner for Special Olympics KS, coordinating the annual state golf and softball tournament in Wichita, KS. This even brings 450+ athletes and coaches to the city of Wichita for 3 days of competition and plenty of fun. If you are interested in volunteering during the tournament, download our volunteer form here. If… Read more »

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Second Year for Cutthroat Cookoff benefiting Special Olympics of Kansas

Friday, April 21 was the second year of the “Cutthroat Cookoff” benefiting Special Olympics of Kansas (SOKS). Last year’s event was the same theme (more about 2016’s event). This year High Touch Technologies teamed up with Fidelity Bank to host this fundraising event for this summer’s Charles E. Watson Golf and Softball Tournament for SOKS…. Read more »

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Cutthroat Cookoff to benefit Special Olympics KS

2017 marks the ninth year Special Olympics Kansas athletes will arrive in Wichita for the Charles E. Watson Golf and Softball Tournament! Over 450 athletes and coaches participate in this annual event taking place July 28-30, 2017 in Wichita. High Touch and Fidelity Bank have teamed up to host Cutthroat Cookoff, a fundraiser that supports… Read more »

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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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Charles E. Watson Golf and Softball Tournament

High Touch Technologies partners with Special Olympics Kansas to host the Charles E. Watson Golf and Softball Tournament in Wichita, KS. Hundreds of athletes from across the state participate in this annual event that includes golf at Sierra Hills, softball games and home run derby at Two Rivers Youth Club and a celebratory dance at Best Western…. Read more »

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Dinner and a Show to benefit Special Olympics Kansas

Only the brave and most resourceful will emerge from the 2016 High Touch Technologies annual Dinner and a Show event: Cutthroat Cookoff. This year’s show will feature a culinary competition where one chef will be able to hold the title of Cutthroat Cookoff Champion and claim the Golden Spoon Trophy! Prepare yourself for a night of… Read more »

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High Touch Continues Support of Special Olympics Kansas

Wichita, KS – High Touch Technologies, a managed information technology solutions provider, announced today that it will be the presenting sponsor for the 2015 Special Olympics Kansas Softball and Golf Tournament to take place during August in Wichita. In order to support the 4,677+ athletes, attendees and sponsors for these events, High Touch will be… Read more »

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Special Olympics State Softball Tournament This Weekend

Come to Wichita’s Two Rivers Youth Club (TRYC) this weekend and support the Special Olympics Kansas State Softball Tournament. High Touch Technologies is a presenting sponsor of the event and we hope to see you there! View the Schedule This is the sixth year the Special Olympics State Softball and Golf tournament has been hosted… Read more »

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KWCH Channel 12 Interview for Special Olympics

Yesterday, our very own Jennifer Hughes was interviewed by KWCH Channel 12 Eyewitness News‘ Kara Sewell regarding sponsoring an athlete for Special Olympics of Kansas. Watch the Interview Learn more or Sponsor an Athlete

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Benefit Special Olympics of Kansas this Friday

Join us Friday evening for a Dinner and Show at Mosley Street Melodrama benefiting Special Olympics Kansas. More information and registration. Enter to win a cooler full of a variety of meat for your summer grilling valued at $250. Other auction items include electronics, entertainment packages, basket items, jewelry and more. Dinner will be Pig… Read more »

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