Shop Local this Holiday Season!
Visit these stores on Sunday, November 18 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm! Memories, Joni's Stitch by Stitch, T&W Meats, Sue's Ultimate Embroidery, Turquoise Ranch, N'Cahoots Coffee & Shoppe, Hello Beautiful, Simply Southwest, The Flower Shoppe, Balloons & More and visit the Pratt Public Library to see their new maker's space.
UNIQUE ATTRACTIONHOT & COLD TOWERS
In 1956, as a practical joke someone climbed the towers and painted one with the word Hot and the other with the word Cold.
HOME TO THEMISS KANSAS PAGEANT
The Miss Kansas Organization is an official state preliminary to the Miss America Pageant.
MUSEUMSCULTURAL & HISTORICAL
Pratt offers a diverse collection of museums
that have enhanced the cultural quality of life to this region.
GENERATIONALAGRICULTURAL REGION
Seventeen agricultural sectors that have a direct output
of approximately $262.3 million and support over 809 jobs
in Pratt County.
PARKS & LEISUREOUTDOOR RECREATION
Pratt is proud of its 19 parks, four diamond sports complex,
10 court tennis complex, 53 acre lake, states second largest swimming pool...

ABOUT THE PRATT AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The Pratt Area Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit volunteer organization whose mission is to initiate, support and advance economic, civic and cultural growth, enhancing the quality of life in Pratt.

Membership is voluntary and is open to any business, individual, retiree or non-profit organization who wants to help Pratt be a better place to live, work and do business. The Chamber’s most fundamental mission is to generate more business activity for our community.

The Chamber initiates more business to business commerce and more opportunities for networking and connecting local professionals than is available through any other local organization.

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT PRATT KANSAS

ABOUT PRATT

Pratt was founded in 1884 on a site that was once the hunting grounds of the Kiowa Indians. It was named after Caleb S. Pratt, a young Civil War officer from the Kansas Infantry, who was killed in the Battle of Wilson’s Creek.  Known as the “Gateway to the High Plains,” you’ll see the rolling plains of green grassland, broken by the Ninnescah River and the hills along the Elm and Turkey creeks.

Located on the cross section of three major highways; highways 54, 281 and K-61 making Pratt the destination in South Central Kansas.  Shopping enthusiasts will find a variety of unique specialty shops, antiques, gift items, clothing and great places to dine.

THANK YOU TO OUR CEO CIRCLE

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