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KU Graduate, Ron Riggle at the Kansas City Sports Commission Awards Banquet.

Veracity employees’ Hillary Stamper, Employee Engagement Manager,  Melissa Salazar, Web Practice manager,   Justin Zambo, Sales Director along with members of Veracity neighbors, NACWAA (National Association of Collegiate Woman Athletics Administrators) and Co Sentry attended the 42nd Kansas City Sports Commission Awards Banquet on Wednesday.  The sold out event honored six area athletes  for their inspiring contributions to sports and the the Kansas City area.

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Veracity Consulting’s, Sales Director, Justin Zambo with Veracity’s friends from Co Sentry.

Rob Riggle was the featured guest and final speaker.  Riggle, a Shawnee Mission South and KU graduate, entertained the crowd with humorous jabs at Kansas City sports teams. 

“This sold-out event is an opportunity to celebrate all levels of sports in Kansas City including professional sports and collegiate sports to youth clinics and local sports celebrities,” said Kathy Nelson, President & CEO.  “We will also honor six deserving individuals for their contribution to sport.”

About the Kansas City Sports Commission and Foundation


kc-logo copyThe Kansas City Sports Commission
 promotes Kansas City sports locally and nationally. They work behind the scenes to attract, retain and facilitate sports events and organizations in the Kansas City area.  The Kansas City Sports Commission and Foundation works with Kansas City leaders to realize the economic, social and community-building benefits of sports.  The KC Sports Commission is a privately-funded non-profit.

Veracity Consulting is an avid supporter of The Women’s Intersport Network for Kansas City (WIN for KC), who’s mission is to empower girls and women through advocating and promoting the value of sports, fitness, and providing opportunities for participation and leadership development. WINKC operates under the umbrella of the Kansas City Sports Commission and Foundation. 

 

-quote courtesy of the KC Sports Commission news release-