For the 2018 National Meeting, Phi Chi Theta adopted the image of The Keeper of The Plains in homage to the host city, Wichita, Kansas.
This famous sculpture towers over the spot where the Big and Little Arkansas Rivers come together in downtown Wichita. This land, considered sacred to Native Americans, became home to the sculpture made by Wichitan and Native American artist Blackbear Bosin (1921-1980) to celebrate the United States Bicentennial
The Keeper of the Plains statue is located near the Hyatt Regency Wichita, our host hotel, so we hope that you will walk over and see it in person. You can also learn more about Blackbear Bosin at the Mid-American All-Indian Center in Wichita.
PHI CHI THETA NATIONAL CO-ED BUSINESS FRATERNITY NAMES JOE MUNOZ, OWNER - ENGINETECH AS NATIONAL HONORARY MEMBER.
Joe Munoz – Owner of Enginetech – the premier domestic and global parts supplier known for delivering the highest quality internal engine rebuilding parts to location around the world – has been named as National Honorary Member.
Joe began working with Enginetech in 1989 in the Inside Sales department. After a few years he was promoted to the position of Purchasing Manager and then later became General Manager and now Owner.
Hard work, dedication to service and his mentoring philosophy are some of the many reasons Phi Chi Theta is recognizing him for this honor.
“I pride myself on having really smart people around me that are very passionate about pleasing our customers. It’s what has permitted our company to weather the economic storms of the past few years – vibrant, robust, and aggressive, ready to reap even more rewards in the future.”
Joe will be honored at the 2018 National Meeting in Wichita, KS on Saturday, August 11, 2018.
2016-2017 AWARD RECIPIENT ANNOUNCEMENT.pdf