More than 5,000 visitors – including more than 1,200 athletes and their supporters – will travel to Wichita for the YMCA’s 77th national tournament, creating an economic impact of more than $2.7 million, said Susie Santo, president and CEO of the Go Wichita Visitors and Conventions Bureau.
More than 5,000 visitors – including more than 1,200 athletes and their supporters – will travel to Wichita for the YMCA’s 77th national tournament, creating an economic impact of more than $2.7 million, said Susie Santo, president and CEO of the Go Wichita Visitors and Conventions Bureau. Courtesy of YMCA
More than 5,000 visitors – including more than 1,200 athletes and their supporters – will travel to Wichita for the YMCA’s 77th national tournament, creating an economic impact of more than $2.7 million, said Susie Santo, president and CEO of the Go Wichita Visitors and Conventions Bureau. Courtesy of YMCA

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