Western Kansas Manufacturers Association,
sponsor of the annual 3i SHOW would like to thank our exhibitors, volunteers, and WSB Expo staff
for helping make the 2021 show a success!

We would also like to thank the people of Dodge City, Ford
County personnel, the Western State Bank Expo Center, Dodge
City CVB, Dodge City Daily Globe, Dodge City Chamber of
Commerce, and the surrounding communities for coming out
and showing their support!

WKMA would like to thank the following
businesses and individuals for their
services, equipment, and donations:

American Legion Post 47, Arrowhead West, Boot Hill Distillery, Century Business Technologies, Inc., Christina Haselhorst,
Daylight Donuts, Dodge City Appliance,
Dodge City Community College, Dodge City Public Library,
El Charro, Ford County RSVP, Prairie Fire,
Prime on the Nine, Red Beard Coffee, and United Wireless!
Gun Show

The first-ever 3i Gun Show
was a success!

Thank you to all of our gun show vendors, and especially Larry Rabb, for helping to ensure everything ran smoothly! We look forward to seeing the gun show grow in 2022 and become a permanent fixture for
years to come.
Kansas Horseshoe Pitchers Association Tournament

Another first for the 3i SHOW,
the Kansas Horshoe Pitchers Association a sanctioned tournament during the show on the dirt floor side of the WSBE!

Thank you to everyone that participated!
2021 Exhibitor Reception

For the past several years, the United Wireless Arena & The Boot Hill Casino & Resort Conference Center has been the host for our Exhibitor Reception and 2021 was no different!

Thank you for hosting our exhibitors
and allowing us to show our thanks.

We look forward to returning for the 2022 Exhibitor Reception!
Bull Sale
hosted by Sutphin Cattle Co.

Out of Lamar, CO., Sutphin Cattle hosted the first-ever bull sale during the 3i SHOW on Saturday, March 20 in the Special Events Arena!

Consisting of 20 two-year-old bulls, the sale featured five different breeds including Charolais, Red Angus, Angus, Sim Angus, and Lim-Flex

Bulls were on display all three days of the show and were fully tested.
Thank You
2021 Partner Hotels!

WKMA and the Dodge City Convention & Tourism Bureau work closely each year to create partner hotel agreements forming exhibitor room blocks with special rates.

2021 Survey
Did you exhibit at the
2021 3i SHOW??

If yes, submit a 2021 survey to be placed in a drawing for
20% off your companies 2022 show space!

The online fillable survey is an opportunity for our exhibitors
to provide feedback to assist WKMA staff and board members in future decisions.

2022 Priority Renewal
Each year, current exhibitors are given a time frame in which they have the opportunity to renew their same space or request something different for the coming year and

2021 exhibitors have until FRIDAY, MAY 7 to participate in the priority renewal period!

There is an online fillable space request form as well as a print version for exhibitors that prefer that option.

After FRIDAY, MAY 7 ALL spaces will be released and assigned on a first-come, first-served basis!

2022 Mid-America Workforce Summit
Save the Date: January 19-20, 2022
Our Dear Friends will be Greatly Missed
In Memory of Kansas Senator Bud Estes
1946 - 2021
Born on October 4, 1946, in Dodge City, KS, Senator Bud Estes spent 5 decades with Bucklin Tractor and Implement before finding his passion in politics.

He was elected to the Kansas Senate in 2016 and re-elected in 2020. During his time in the Senate, he was the chair of the Federal & State Affairs Committee and Vice-Chair of the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee.

Bud devoted a lifetime to improving his community, his state, and the lives of numerous individuals whom he came to know.

We are thankful for the opportunities we had to work with Senator Estes and are keeping his family and friends in our thoughts.
In Memory of Loretta 'Lory Williams' Johnson
1947 - 2021
Known by her radio name, Lory Williams, Loretta Johnson was born on July 22, 1947, in Las Animas, Colorado.

Before beginning her career in radio, Loretta attended the Kansas City School of Music and the Cliff Mann Accordion School in Kansas City. She was part of an accordion group that played for Elanor Roosevelt.

Loretta moved to Garden City in 1986 and was the Farm Director and Farm Broadcaster for KBUF and KKJQ.

She loved and lived the rural life and was involved in rodeos, saddle club events, 4-H, Beef Empire Days. She served as a Judge at the Kansas Rodeo Queen Pageant for many years.

Loretta's voice will be greatly missed and we pray her family and friends know what a cherished individual she was.

Frank Otter, Chairman
Otters, Inc.
Andy Davis, Vice Chairman
Golden Plains Ag Tech
Jerry Sullivan, Treasurer
Western Bit & Reamer
Vacant, Director
[Nominations Sought]
Eddie Estes, President/CEO

Renee Ricke, Administrative Assistant
Aaron Crotinger, Social Media Manager