Welcome To Kingman Area Chamber

Press Release

Wanda Kelsey has been promoting businesses in Kingman and Kingman
County for more than seven years. That tenure came to an end on Friday when
Kelsey resigned as executive director of the Kingman Area Chamber of
Commerce (KACC).

Kelsey said she has really enjoyed working with the Chamber, but is excited
for the new chapter that is about to be written in her professional career.

“The years as executive director of the Kingman Area Chamber have been some
of the best years of my life,” she said. “I will miss the incredible members
and directors I have had the pleasure of working with throughout the years.

“I am looking forward to my new adventure, and I wish the Chamber all the
very best.”

Chamber president Tina Watts, co-owner of Folks Homecenter and Radio Shack,
said Kelsey has been one of the biggest supporters of Kingman and Kingman
area businesses during her time with the Chamber.


Remember the first day of school:

A Benefit for Main Place Youth

The inaugural Kingman Kong Runathon race will take place in Kingman, Kansas, on
Saturday, November 1, 2014. Proceeds will benefit Main Place Youth – a non-profit
origination whose mission and passion is to change lives of teenage girls and restore
families. For more informa t ion: http://mainplaceyouth.org

Registration & Entry Registration is through Ultra Sign up at:


The Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce recently presented a pair of proposals to the Kingman County Commission and the Kingman City Commission suggesting a partnership between the Chamber of the two governing bodies to provide ongoing promotional services for the City of Kingman, as well as other county cities and area businesses.
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