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Shawnee Chamber of Commerce honors Kevin Tubbesing as 2017 Citizen of the Year

Shawnee Chamber - Original Article
Business and community leader, Kevin Tubbesing, Stag’s Creek, has been named the Shawnee Chamber of Commerce 2017 Citizen of the Year.  During the award ceremony Tubbesing was described as a small business start-up innovator; real estate broker; master developer; and long-time, dedicated Shawnee Rotarian. Tubbesing was presented with the prestigious award by 2016 Citizen of the Year Charley Vogt during t..
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Making the world a better place is goal of humanitarian honoree

Kansas City Star - Original Article
November 4, 2014
Kevin Tubbesing of Shawnee has a clear goal for his life: He wants to leave the world a little better than he found it. So, when he’s not working full-time as a commercial broker and developer for The Land Source, the company he owns, he’s logging countless hours as a volunteer in an effort to improve lives. Tubbesing’s volunteer work with Rotary International has earned him the 2014 Community Leadership Award from BHC ..
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Covering New Ground

Kansas City Business Journal - Original Article
July 6, 2012
The Land Source LLC was an anomaly among local real estate firms even before Kevin Tubbesing became a partner. Now, it's operating on the fringe of real estate brokerages in Kansas City, veering almost into being a technology business. A complicated marriage of businesses brought Tubbesing, an erstwhile owner of a tech company and more recently of real estate development fi..
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Hemingway Building awaits a new chapter in its ownership

Kansas City Business Journal
June 8, 2012
The Crossroads Arts District building where Ernest Hemingway sharpened his claws as a cub reporter is up for sale. The bank-owned Hemingway Building at 103 W. 19th St. is on the market for $975,000. Originally built in 1915 as Kansas City Police Station No. 4, the 14,380-square-foot historic build- ing now sits empty after previous attempts to redevelop it into a nightclub fell short. The Bank of Belton holds title to the property. The two-story building, with its unusual linear architectural design, was where famed writer Hem..
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Companies Consolidate Distribution Centers to Reduce Cost

Kansas City Business Journal
April 15, 2011
There is a paradigm shift underway from 100,000 +/- sq. ft. to 400,000 sq. ft. and bigger distribution centers as businesses consolidate to save on transportation cost. Kansas City is the LOCATION for the next generation of these big box distribution facilities. Worker productivity, business costs, an educated population, good infrastructure and transportation systems; on national surveys, Kansas City is consistently ranked high in these areas of interest to business. Economic development officials tout these aspects to site ..
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