Chamber Coffees during COVID

We have missed you all so much and are excited to announce the return of In-Person Chamber Coffees. Please watch for weekly announcements on changes, as even the best laid plans tend to change in this current climate. All Chamber Coffees will be streamed live on Facebook and YouTube. Please note the following when considering your attendance so that we may continue to safely gather week to week:

  • Please practice social distancing by maintaining a six-foot social distance from other individuals.

  • Masks are strongly encouraged and will be worn by Chamber staff.

  •  Hand sanitizer will be available on-site.

  • All refreshments served will be pre-packaged.

  • Coffee service will not be available. Please plan to bring your own beverage of choice.

  • If you are feeling ill, have recently been exposed to COVID-19, or have had a temperature of 100 degrees or more in the last 48 hours, we kindly ask that you refrain from attending and join us by viewing the Chamber’s Facebook or YouTube page. Please join us in-person when you’re feeling well!

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Great Bend Chamber of Commerce celebrates Kansas CPR Training joining the Chamber with a Ribbon Cutting

The Great Bend Chamber of Commerce staff and Ambassador’s Club hosted a Ribbon Cutting at the Sunflower Center, 1125 Williams on April 22nd to commemorate Kansas CPR Training joining the Great Bend Chamber of Commerce. Dean Nuss, owner of Kansas CPR Training said he was “turning my part-time passion into a full-time business.” After 10 years in business and training approximately 1,000 people, Nuss is taking the business to the next level.


CPR training is important for all ages. Nuss said, “Taking one of my classes could save a friend or family member's life”. Last month, Nuss held a CPR Training class for kids who babysit. These classes are usually for kids between the ages of 8 -18. Kansas CPR Training classes can be one-on-one with an individual, for the general public, as well as any business in Kansas. Classes are held at client’s homes, at the client’s business, or The Front Door for public classes. Nuss also stated he will work within a company’s budget to provide affordable pricing for his classes.


Heart disease/cardiac arrest is the number one cause of death. It was responsible for over 23% of the deaths in the US in 2019. Less than 50% of businesses provide CPR/First Aid Training, but 90% percent of employees would enjoy taking the class. The cost for the training is approximately $2 a month for 2 years. This type of training could be utilized at home or work to save a friend or family member's life.


To schedule an upcoming class or learn more about Kansas CPR Training find them on Facebook, Google and online at:; email: or call 620-786-5372.


Mon - Fri 9 AM - 3 PM