WDS Marketing & Public Relations recognized with honor for committment to minoriity-owned businesses

Overland Park, KAN (Oct. 21, 2013): Becky S. Wilson, President and Chief Visibility Officer, WDS Marketing & Public Relations, has been honored with the 2013 Kansas Minority Business Advocate of the Year Award from the Kansas Department of Commerce Office of Minority & Women Business Development, according to Nancy Zurbuchen, Director, Kansas City Council of Women Business Owners, who nominated Wilson for the designation.

Wilson accepted the honor at the annual Minority Enterprise Development Week luncheon, Oct. Nov. 8, 2013, in Topeka, Kansas. She was selected for the award based on her long-term encouragement and support of Kansas City area minority-owned businesses and minority business leaders and for her assistance in helping to increase visibility in the marketplace for them.

WDS Marketing & Public Relations is an award-winning 17-year-old boutique agency based in Overland Park, KS that remains focused on developing and implementing public relations campaigns, media relations programs, innovative brand building initiatives, and business milestone anniversary celebrations. Agency clients include dynamic entrepreneurial businesses in both the business to business and consumer markets. The web address is www.wdspr.com. For more information, contact Becky S. Wilson, (913) 362-4541.

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