Calling all Cyclones, Wildcats, Sooners, Longhorns, Frogs, Mountaineers, Cowboys, Red Raiders, and Bears fans. It’s been an interesting basketball season in the Big 12 this year with one of our teams still in the Final Four.
Whether you want to mourn or are excited about how the Big
12 season turned out, this is a chance to hear the inside scoop on the 2018-19
season and what we can look forward to in the coming football season.
Brian Hanni, Director of Broadcasting for KU and
voice of the Jayhawks, is our keynote speaker for the return of the Leawood Chamber breakfasts. It’s a new venue and new time (no more 7:30am breakfast meetings), and is a sure bet to get you pumped for your favorite Big 12 team’s upcoming season.
Brian will share his insights on past seasons and what we
will likely see in the coming seasons. Whether you are or are not a Jayhawks
fan, start your day off right and sign up to join us on the 9th!
part of its mission to help the community Feel Whole, AdventHealth, formerly
Shawnee Mission Health, is pleased to sponsor this Leawood Chamber breakfast.
$24 Members | $37.50 Non-members
(prices include breakfast)
Registration deadline is April 4 by 10:00AM or when attendance has reached max capacity.
8:15AM | Guest Arrival & Networking
8:25AM | Guests asked to be Seated
8:40AM | Program Begins
Click here to view a list of member businesses who have registered to attend this event.
Brian Hanni is in his third season as the "Voice of the Jayhawks", broadcasting men's basketball, football, and baseball games for his alma mater. A 2002 graduate from the University of Kansas, Hanni has held several roles at KU prior to earning his "dream job" in the summer of 2016. For ten years, Hanni was the Sports Director at 1320 KLWN in Lawrence - the Jayhawks' flagship station. At KLWN, Hanni created "Rock Chalk Sports Talk" which eventually picked up state-wide network syndication. During those ten years, Hanni also broadcast KU women's basketball and baseball while serving as the understudy to then KU-Voice, Bob Davis, on men's basketball broadcasts. In 2012, Hanni left the Sunflower State in an effort to bolster his resume as the "Voice the Red Raiders" at Texas Tech. While at Tech he had a chance to call two trips to the College World Series and an NCAA tournament run in hoops as well.
Away from the mic, Hanni enjoys lending his voice and time to many
local charitable organizations, including his own... the "Rock Chalk
Roundball Classic", a pediatric cancer fundraiser that has raised over
$400,000 in the last decade for local kids fighting cancer.