12 People You Need to Know in Springfield, Mo.

Thursday, November 14 at 03:20 PM
Category: Arvest Community News

Arvest Bank is pleased to be the annual sole sponsor of the 12 People You Need to Know monthly breakfast series in Springfield, Mo. 12 People You Need to Know features business professionals in southwest Missouri who the public wants to get to know better and who are becoming experts in their industries. Featured individuals are selected and profiled by the Springfield Business Journal.*

The 2014 list of 12 People You Need to Know has just been released.* We’re excited to learn more about the following business leaders in 2014:

  • Eric Burlison, state representative and a consultant for Cerner Corp.
  • Tim Connell, president and producer at Connell Insurance Inc.
  • Thomas Douglas, president of JMark Business Solutions Inc.
  • Susie Farbin and Diana Hicks, co-owners of MaMa Jeans Natural Market
  • Virginia Fry, partner at Husch Blackwell LLP
  • Brett Godfrey, owner of Built By Brett Inc. and 2013 president of the Home Builders Association of Greater Springfield
  • Peter Herschend, co-owner of Herschend Family Entertainment Corp., Silver Dollar City and the Harlem Globetrotters
  • Memo Latapi, publisher of El Mensajero
  • Kyle Moats, athletic director at Missouri State University
  • Kyle Wiley Pickett, music conductor and director of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra
  • Dr. Robert Steele, president of Mercy Hospital Springfield
  • Carol Taylor, president-elect and CEO of Evangel University

Purchase* a 2014 individual season pass, which includes one ticket to all breakfast events and one gift subscription to Springfield Business Journal for $180. Have multiple people from your organization that want to attend? Purchase* a 2014 group season pass, which includes one table (eight tickets) for each breakfast event, as well as eight Springfield Business Journal gift subscriptions for $1,400.

Links marked with * go to a third-party site not operated or endorsed by Arvest Bank, an FDIC-insured institution.

Tags: Community Support, Missouri, Springfield
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