Kansas SBDC to Recognize 16 Successful Kansas Small Businesses

Kansas Regenerative Medicine of Manhattan is among 16 select businesses from across the state to be recognized at the state capitol next week.
By: Kansas Regenerative Medicine Center LLC
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MANHATTAN, Kan. - March 6, 2015 - PRLog -- HAYS, Kan. -- The Kansas Small Business Development Center (Kansas SBDC) statewide network recently announced the 2015 Existing and Emerging Businesses of the Year.  Sixteen Kansas small businesses will be recognized at a ceremony in Topeka on Tuesday, March 10.

Each of the eight Kansas SBDC regional centers selected one emerging and one existing business for the award. Businesses were selected from more than 2,392 businesses that received Kansas SBDC services in 2014.

Jared Broyles, KSNT News anchor and reporter, will serve as this year’s master of ceremonies.

"The selected businesses were given careful consideration by our Kansas SBDC regional directors and consultants," said Greg Panichello, Kansas SBDC state director. "Collectively, the Kansas SBDC team feels these 16 small businesses are excellent examples of small business innovation, growth, and success in the midst of economic recovery."

Existing Businesses of the Year:

Garden City Propane, Dennis and Risa DeVaney, Garden City.

CS Gas Inc., Karen Horinek, Atwood.

Leading Edge Aerospace LLC, Stan Unruh, Wichita.

The Merchant, Lisa Boyd, Topeka.

The Walters Farm, Becky and Carroll Walters, Burns.

McDonald Marketing, Brad McDonald, Bonner Springs.

Enhanced HomeCare LLC, Randy Block and Cindy Singer, Overland Park.

Advanced Systems Homes Inc., Darin Luebbering, Chanute.

Emerging Businesses of the Year:

Women’s Specialists of Liberal, PA, Dr. Lamberto Flores, Liberal.

Kingsbury Service, Marty and Rhett Kingsbury, Smith Center.

ReJuvv’ Spa, Tracie Gordon, Winfield.

Kansas Regenerative Medicine Center, LLC, John Farley, Manhattan.

Flint Hills Music, Thomas Silkman, Emporia.

Cat Clinic of Lawrence, Dr. Jennifer O’Driscoll.

Velo+ Maps Coffee, Vincent Rodriguez, Lenexa.

Art in Iron, Mike Hill, Garnett.

About Kansas Small Business Development Center:

The Kansas SBDC network provides existing Kansas small businesses, start-ups, and pre-venture entrepreneurs with no-cost business consulting, low- and no-cost training, and resources for every stage of the business life cycle.

The Kansas SBDC network is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration and the state of Kansas. The network receives funding from and partners with higher education and economic development organizations. The Kansas SBDC is nationally accredited through America’s Small Business Development Centers. The statewide host for Kansas SBDC is Fort Hays State University.

For more information on the Kansas SBDC Network, visit http://www.kansassbdc.net.

About Kansas Regenerative Medicine:

Kansas Regenerative Medicine Center is devoted to advancing access and quality care in the area of adult stem cell regenerative medicine in order to help people suffering from a variety of inflammatory and degenerative conditions.

Kansas Regenerative Medicine Center is an affiliate of the highly trained Cell Surgical Network, with over forty of the top multidisciplinary physicians in the world working together under the same (IRB) protocols. This network shares case information and assists other network affiliates with unique cases, to ensure the patient is best served. Kansas Regenerative Medicine now has a wonderful new medical facility in Manhattan, Kansas, focused solely on adipose adult stem cell therapy. For more information on Kansas RMC, visit http://www.kansasrmc.com.

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