About the Program
A look into the rebrand of the Kansas City Monarchs
Join us for this exciting look into the history, rebirth, and rebranding of the Kansas City Monarchs with their Manager of Special Events & Community Engagement, Suzi Hallas. The Monarchs are a brand woven deep into the fabric and DNA of this community. A brand able to unite and inspire a new generation of baseball fans. Meet us at the ballpark, Legends Field, for lunch and an exciting dive into what it means to honor history while building a new brand.
This event is open to members and non members of AMA. For those purchasing tickets with the membership discount, membership will be checked at the door.
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About the Speakers
Suzi is the Manager of Special Events & Community Engagement for the Kansas City Monarchs Baseball Organization. Her current responsibilities include planning events at Legends Field (previously T-Bones Stadium) as well and community outreach throughout the Kansas City area and region. She is also involved in expanding our partnership with The Negro League Baseball Museum. Previously Suzi spent 30 years in the hotel/event planning industry handling group sales and marketing, operational planning for meetings and events as well as strategic alignment with key accounts. She is a graduate from the University of Kansas, with a bachelor’s degree in visual communications. She continues to volunteer at Read to Lead, Leawood Rotary events, K-State mentorship at the school of hospitality as well and many additional annual events.
About the Brand
The Kansas City Monarchs are a professional baseball team based in Kansas City, Kansas. Formerly known as the Kansas City T-Bones, they are members of the American Association of Professional Baseball; which, in 2020, became designated as a Major League Baseball partner league. . The Monarchs are a brand woven deep into the fabric and DNA of this community. A brand that is able to unite and inspire a new generation of baseball fans.