2018 Vendors

Ad Astra Running
Arbonne International
Assistive Technology for Kansans
Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center
Body Specific
Commerce Bank
Common Harvest CSA
doTERRA Essential Oils
Douglas County Extension Master Gardeners
Eat Fit Go
EDCare Kansas City
for the love of Peach
Garry Gribble's Running Sports
Genesis Health Clubs
Hamilton Relay
James Otten Dentistry
Jenny Craig
Julie Bear Don't Walk, Acupuncture & Integrative Health
K-State Research and Extension
KU Benefits
KU Center for Sustainability
KU Child and Family Services Clinic
KU Dining
KU Faculty and Staff Wellness
KU Memorial Union HR
KU Police Department
KU Psychological Clinic
KU Public Safety
KU Recreation Services
KU Tobacco Free
Lawrence Transit
Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department
Liv Jane Fitness
Lyme Association of Greater Kansas City
NAMI Douglas County
Natural Grocers
New Directions Behavioral Health EAP
Peace Love Joy Yoga
Premier Martial Arts
Randolph C. Moredock, PhD, LCMFT
Relay For Life of Douglas County
Robinson Chiropractic
Rx Savings Solutions
Schroeder Chiropractic Wellness Center
Southwind Health Collective
Student Money Management Services
The Bodhi Tree holistic healing
The Juice Plus+ Company with BetteSue and John
The Merc Co+op
The Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center
The Willow Domestic Violence Center
Voya Financial Advisors INC
Watkins Health Services


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