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2023 National Conference Recap

The 101th Annual AMBUCS National Conference took place in Louisville, KY at the Galt House Hotel, August 2-5, 2023. Scroll down for the Conference Recap!

Conference kicked off in the afternoon of August 2nd with an exciting First Timers meeting followed by our opening night dinner. National President, Carmela Davis, welcomed over 300 AMBUCS members and prepared them for a “Magical Week” of AMBUCS impact celebration and reunion. In honor of the conference being held in Louisville, home of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby, a special “Ambucky Derby” was announced. 7 “jockeys” each representing geographic regions, would compete for tickets all week, culminating in a race during Saturday’s business session. The evening finished in style with a riverboat cruise down the Ohio River. AMBUCS members put on their finest Kentucky Derby hats and enjoyed the soothing ride.

Thursday’s schedule started bright and early with the National Big Hat Club Business Meeting followed by a General Business Session. Greg Echols, from the Greater Birmingham Chapter, posted the American flag and Number 1 Superior District Governor, Bryan Jester, posted the AMBUCS flag. Diane and Lloyd Seitzer led the pledge of allegiance.

National President, Carmela Davis introduced the National Board of Directors and officially called to order the first General Session of Conference. CEO Jessica Walls introduced the ARC team, conference volunteers and began role call.

Our keynote speaker for the session was David DeSantis. David is an actor with Downs Syndrome who travels around the country sharing his inspiring message of perseverance. Set to music and incredible dance movies, David shared how he overcomes challenges and shares his gifts with the world. David left the audience with valuable lessons and demonstrated that change does really happen, even if just one person at a time.

After the session, Big Hatters rolled right into the National Big Hat Lunch and Auction. At the lunch, Luke Jackson became Big Hat President, Fina Nett, became Vice President and Terry Lanham came on board as Secretary/Treasurer. The event raised over $18,000!

The action continued Thursday afternoon with the Louisville Amtryke build. Conference attendees lined up to help prepare Amtrykes for the Great Amtryke Giveaway on Saturday. This year, 36 trykes were built for local Louisville residents.

Also on Thursday, attendees could join the annual Golf Outing, or spend the afternoon enjoying Louisville, reconnecting with old friends, and making new ones.

Friday began with Region Caucuses, where chapters received many awards, conducted region business and heard from candidates for national office.

Friday’s activities began with Region Caucuses, where chapters received awards, conducted region business and heard from candidates for national office.

At the Foundation program, National President Elect, Donna Hingtgen, recognized 29 William L White donors (gave at least $1,000) between last year’s conference and this year’s followed by recognition of Named Scholarship individuals and chapters. This award is given to those who reached the $10,000 milestone during the 2022-2023 and will now have Named scholarships in their honor or in honor or memory of a person of their choosing.

Also at the Foundation program, Kathleen Martin was named National Therapist of the Year. Kathleen holds a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy and has gone above and beyond to educate others, support AMBUCS, and promote Amtrykes in her community.

The special guest for the Foundation program was Danielle Pruitt. Danielle has spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) and was one of Bluegrass Chapter’s first Amtryke recipients in 2017. Despite her physical challenges, Danielle has excelled academically and inspired countless people. During her speech, Danielle shared about how much her Amtryke means to her, provoking a standing ovation.

Following lunch, attendees gathered for our Education Sessions. Topics included digital chapter management and promotion, AEFT training, Amtryke updates, fundraising, growing strong chapters, and supercharging scholarships. (Visit the AMUBCS HUB to view presentations).

Immediately following the education sessions, everyone joined together for a high energy Awards Ceremony. The Achievement Awards given at this event included: Tyler Area, TX won for Newsletter, Ponca City Charity Angels won Visibility, Walker Chapter won Community Service, and Southwest Chapter, won the Charities Award with an average of $14,650 in giving per member!

On Saturday, the final day of the conference, started out with the 18th annual Trek 4 Trykes Walk-A-Thon to provide Amtrykes for riders on the AMBUCS National Wish List. Over 90 walkers enjoyed the riverside walk, sporting Christmas (AMBUCS magic) themed t-shirts! The event raised over $13,000.

At the Saturday General Business Session, Chief Executive Officer Jessica Wall presented the 2022-2023 annual report. The session culminated with the Ambucky Derby with Kelly Moore from the Conshohocken Chapter winning the race by a landslide.

Then, the afternoon so many had been waiting for arrived. The Great Amtryke Giveaway started at 1:00 p.m., and over the course of the next several hours, more than 30 Amtrykes were given away at the Galt House Hotel to riders of all ages. It was a great day, with dozens of volunteer therapists, mechanics, and runners working to fit the riders. The room was electric and emotional as AMBUCS donors, families, and community members cheered everyone on. Special thanks to the Bluegrass chapter for facilitating the giveaway with local therapists and patients.

After a short break, the evening got going with the President-Elect’s Reception, followed by the procession of national officers, and the President’s Dinner. Ambucs members were well dressed for the occasion.

The two highest AMBUCS awards were given out: Chuck Gibson (Greenbucs Chapter) won Project Manager of the Year, and Garry Tischler (Grapevine Chapter) won Ambuc of the Year.

Outgoing national, region, and district officers were thanked, and new officers were sworn in.
Then, Sergeant-at-Arms Danny Blubaugh of Enid AM Chapter gave his report to much fear and laughter. Outgoing National President Carmela Davis was recognized for her year of service and made her farewell remarks, becoming the Immediate Past National President. Donna Carlton-Vish of the Emerald Coast City Chapter, Danville Chapter and Greater Indy Chapter, was sworn in as National President- Elect. Donna Hingtgen of the Ponca City Charity Angels (Ponca City, OK) was sworn in as National President.

For her acceptance speech, National President Donna Hingtgen expressed gratitude and excitement for the year ahead before pledging to faithfully carry out her office.

Thank you to all who attended and to those who helped make this conference an success. Shoulders Together!

National Conference 2023 – Know Before You Go

On behalf of the National AMBUCS team, we are honored and excited for you to attend the 2023 National Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. Please see below for conference resources and don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions. Shoulders Together!

Not yet registered?  Click here. 

Galt House Hotel 

140 N Fourth Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am

Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, 7 on-site Restaurants and Bars, Pool, 24-Hour Fitness Center, Laundry and Dry Cleaning

See here for the Galt House website:


Self-parking is available at a discounted rate of $8/day for all National Conference attendees in the covered garage attached to the hotel. Valet parking is available for $35/day.


Uber and Lyft are available in the area, and the city has a robust bus system, the Metro Area Express (MAX). Bus 90, the Magic City Connector, is a tourist-friendly route that makes stops at the Birmingham Museum of Art, City Hall & Linn Park, Vulcan Park, and Downtown Homewood, all for 30¢/ride.

First Timers

If this is your first time attending a national conference, please join us on Wednesday, August 2nd from 3 pm-4 pm in room Willow for a ‘First Timers’ meeting. Here you can get your questions answered, mingle with other First Timers, and learn about conference rules.

Sign up for Trek for Trykes

Join us as we put our mission in motion and get moving for our 18th Annual Trek 4 Trykes on Saturday morning. You can register in the AMBUCS Store (located in Room Dogwood) all week! 100% of the proceeds raised during this event provide funding for Amtryke adaptive tricycles to people on the AMBUCS National Wish List. Sign up here.

Sponsor an Amtryke 

On Saturday afternoon, we will give away 36 Amtryke to members of the Greater Louisville community at the Great Amtryke giveaway! Sign up to sponsor a tryke here.

Big Hat Club Raffle

The winner of this year’s National Big Hat Club Raffle is getting the trip of a lifetime! Choose from five exceptional adventures for a curated experience worth up to $12,000. $20 donation per ticket or 6 for $100. You can buy tickets from Big Hat officers at the conference, buy virtual tickets online, or mail a check to the AMBUCS Resource Center (postmarked by Friday, July 21) to National AMBUCS, PO Box 5127, High Point, NC 27262. More details on the raffle here.

Trip destinations options include:

  • Nashville, Tennessee
  • Jackson Hole, Wyoming
  • Vero Beach, Florida
  • Argentina
  • St. Martin

National Big Hat Club Auction

On Thursday, the Big Hat Club Lunch and Auction will be an afternoon of fun, fundraising, and fellowship. This event will also feature the election of the new National Big Hat officers. Support the auction by bringing unique auction items to drive support for the mission.

Do you plan on shipping your Big Hat to the Galt House?

Please see here for shipping rates and instructions. Galt House UPS info.pdf

Wear a Derby hat on Wednesday night (optional)

After the opening dinner on Wednesday, we will Cruise the Ohio River in style. Make sure to wear your finest Kentucky Derby Hat as prizes for Best Hat and Best Dressed will be awarded.

There will be a hat-shaping station in the AMBUCS store. Getting your hat shaped can help it fit better or restore its shape.

Hospitality Suite

Each evening after our program has concluded, the Hospitality Suite will be the place to gather and socialize with your fellow AMBUCS. The Hospitality Suite is located in East Tower Rm 346

President’s dinner 

There will be open seating and no voucher exchange at this year’s President’s Dinner. Only limited reserved seating will be available for speakers and special guests. The dress code is formal to semi-formal.

Louisville local eats and entertainment

See below for documents containing decadent eating options, popular watering holes, and famous tourist attractions.

Louisville 2023 Official Visitor Guide

Know Before You Go – Louisville’s Top Travel Tips.pdf

Schedule of Events: 

Wednesday, August 2, 2023  

1:30 pm – 4:30 pm Conference Registration Table Open

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm First Timers Meeting

3:30 pm – 4:30 pm National Big Hat Club Executive Committee Meeting

5:15 pm – 6:15 pm Buffet Dinner at the Galt House

6:30 pm – 7:00 pm Board the Belle of Louisville for Riverboat Cruise

7:00 pm Belle of Louisville Departs from Dock | Wear Your Finest Kentucky Derby Hat! Prizes will be awarded.

9:00 pm Belle of Louisville Returns to Dock

Thursday, August 3, 2023

7:30 am – 8:30 am National Big Hat Club Business Meeting

9:00 am – 11:00 am General Business Session

11:15 am – 1:00 pm National Big Hat Club Lunch and Auction (Big Hatters Only)

11:15 am – 1:00 pm Lunch on Your Own (For those not attending the Big Hat Lunch and Auction)

1:00 pm – Until  Free Afternoon/Evening

1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Golf Outing (Must register separately)

1:30 pm – Until Amtryke Build | Possibly Community Service Project

7:00 pm – Until Past National Presidents’ Dinner with Cash Bar (PNPs/Spouses/Guests Only)

Friday, August 4, 2023

8:30 – 9:45 am Regional Caucuses

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Foundation Program (Open to all attendees)

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Giving Society Luncheon (William L. White Society, Amtryke Ambassadors, Chapter Advocates Only)

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch for General Attendees

1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Educational Sessions

3:15 pm – 4:45 pm Educational Sessions

5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Awards Program (Merit Awards)

7:00 pm – Until Dinner on Your Own

Saturday, August 5, 2023

7:30 am – 9:00 am 18th Annual Trek for Trykes Walk-A-Thon

9:30 am – 11:30 am General Business Session

11:30 am – 1:00 pm Lunch on Your Own

11:30 am – 12:30 pm Training for Amtryke Giveaway Therapists and Select Volunteers (Lunch Provided)

1:00 pm – 3:30 pm Great Amtryke Giveaway

6:00 pm – 6:50 pm President-Elect’s Reception (Cash Bar)

7:00 pm – 10:00 pm President’s Dinner with Cash Bar (Achievement Awards and Officer Installation)

Sunday, August 6, 2024

Safe travels home! See you next year!

A complete conference program will be provided upon your arrival.


A Message from AMBUCS CEO Jay Laurens

Dear AMBUCS Friends,

I am writing to let you know that, after a great deal of soul searching, I have agreed to accept another position and will be leaving my role as CEO of AMBUCS. Finding the words to say good-bye is difficult when your life has been so powerfully impacted by those you’re about to leave. I’ve struggled both in making this decision and in composing the letter announcing my departure. Oddly, my thoughts traveled back to the wise and wonderful words of Dr. Seuss. In them, I found the inspiration to properly say good-bye, and more importantly thank you.

“UNLESS someone like YOU cares a whole awful lot, NOTHING is going to get better. It’s NOT.”

More than ever, our world needs people who care. As Ambucs, your actions don’t just change the lives of those who receive Amtrykes, ramps, and scholarships. They transform families and entire communities. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work Shoulders Together with you making the world a better place.

“To the world you may be one person; but to one person you may be the world.”

You may feel insignificant…just an Ambuc tightening a bolt, flipping a pancake, sawing a board, or putting a child’s name on a license plate. To each recipient of your kindness, you are so much more! You’re an answer to a prayer, a source of hope, and a reason to smile. Never forget that. How do I know you change lives? Because you’ve changed mine.

“A person’s a person, no matter how small.”

From the tiny newborn with cerebral palsy in the neonatal intensive care unit with her anxious mother supported by an occupational therapist who once received an AMBUCS scholarship, to the brave toddler with spina bifida excitedly climbing on his Amtryke, to the aging Veteran ramp recipient leaving his home for the first time in months…they all matter to you. As a parent of children with special needs – and very special abilities – I cannot thank you enough for recognizing the unique worth of those you serve.

“Today I shall behave as if this is the day I will be remembered.”

I hope to be remembered as a small nut – well, maybe bolt sounds better 😉 – in the framework of the bridge that spanned from our first century of service to the next. A bridge that shuddered and swayed but survived a global pandemic and delivered AMBUCS to a brighter future. It’s been an honor to serve with you, especially in the tough times.

“You have brains in your head and feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose!”

When I arrived at AMBUCS over six years ago, I quickly identified my likely successor. This servant leader possesses the rare blend of knowledge, skill, and passion required to steer a nonprofit organization. She not only has “brains in her head and feet in her shoes,” she also has AMBUCS in her heart. It brings me great joy that the National AMBUCS Board of Directors has endorsed current Chief Operations Officer Jessica Wall as your next CEO. I will be handing the reigns over officially in early April, but I will continue to work with Jessica and be available over the next four months during the leadership transition.

“You’re off to great places. Today is your day. Your mountain is waiting, so get on your way. Will you succeed? Yes, you will indeed! Ninety-eight and three-quarters percent guaranteed.”

Of course, AMBUCS will succeed! It’s no accident the organization has been around over 100 years. Your passion for the mission of inspiring mobility and independence will continue to fuel everything you do. Plus, you’ll be supported by an incredibly strong and talented AMBUCS Resource Center team. It will be so exciting to see where Jessica, Jake, Tiffany, Janice, Maria, Kayla, and Tony help you go. Like you, they are Ambucs through and through!

“Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.”

Easier said than done. I’ve definitely shed some tears as I’ve spoken with some of you about my departure. Still, thanks to you, I leave here with a smile on my face!

Shoulders Together,

Jay Laurens

2023 National Conference Sponsors

Our 2023 National Conference in Louisville, KY is made possible by these amazing supporters.

Visionary Sponsors ($10,000 or More)

  • Carmela Davis, CPA (National Conference Sponsor) – $10,000

Explorer Sponsors ($5,000 – $9,999)

  • Al Bedell & Dee Frautschi (Opening Night Sponsor) – $5,000
  • Mark Compton (Great Louisville Amtryke Giveaway Sponsor) – $5,000
  • Longview Too Chapter in Longview, TX (“Ambucky” Derby Sponsor) – $5,000
  • Maverick Oil Field Services (Opening Night Sponsor) – $5,000
  • NEC Operating, LLC & Mountain Metro Chapter (Hospitality Suite) – $5,000

Pioneer Sponsors ($2,500 – $4,999)

  • Team Invest (National President’s Dinner Sponsor) – $2,500
  • Southern Connections & Services, Inc (National Award’s Ceremony Sponsor) – $2,500
  • Carmela’s Kids (National President’s Dinner Sponsor) – $2,500
  • 3B Inspection LLC (Awards Ceremony) – $2,500
  • EnerQuest – $2,500

Innovator Sponsors ($1,000 – $2,499)

  • Big Hat Executive Board (Big Hat Business Meeting) – $1,000
  • Adkisson Production & Consulting Services, Inc –
    (General Session & AMBUCS Meeting) – $1,500
  • Steve Davis – (National President-Elect’s Reception & First Timers Meeting) – $1,500
  • Dennis & Vicky Strauss – (Central Regional Caucus and Education Sessions) – $1,000
  • David & Patty Vannoy – (National Board & Amtryke Advisory Board Meetings) – $1,000
  • Gordon & Jenny Shaw – (General Session) – $1,000
  • Mayden Enterprises – $1,000

Founder Sponsors ($500 – $999)

  • Southwest Region (Southwest Regional Caucus) – $500
  • Great Plains Region (Great Plains Regional Caucus) – $500
  • Bill & Pat Buckholt (Mid States Regional Caucus) – $500
  • Cowboy Country Chapter (First Timers Meeting) – $500
  • Priscilla Sacks & Aimee Carter (Amtryke Advisory Board Meeting) – $500
  • Strong Services, LP (First Timers Meeting) – $500
  • Larry & Laurie Turilli (HUB Education Training) – $500
  • Murray Jewelry Company (Educational Sessions) – $500
  • Carmela Davis CPA PLLC & Staff (National AMBUCS Board Meeting) – $500
  • MMH&B Consulting, Inc (Educational Sessions) – $500
  • Great Plains Chapter (Educational Sessions) – $500
  • Billy & Brenda Hagenbucher (Southwest Regional Caucus) – $500
  • Lawton Chapter (First Timers Meeting) – $500
  • Past National Big Hat Presidents (Big Hat Meeting) – $500
  • Danville Chapter (First Timers Meeting) – $500

Trek 4 Trykes Sponsors (Varies)

  • $2,500 Bill & Pat Buckholt (Event Sponsor) – $2,500
  • Walker Chapter – $1,000
  • Alan & Cheryl LeMieux – $1,000
  • Carmela Davis – $1,000
  • Jim Harris – $500
  • Lititz Chapter – $500

In-Kind Sponsors

  • Imagine Your Name Here!


Become a sponsor! View 2023 Sponsorship Packet.

2023 Scholarships for Therapists Applications Open

2023 scholarship applications are now open to students pursuing graduate or doctoral degrees in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology and hearing audiology.

All AMBUCS Chapters are invited to sponsor one (1) student for consideration by the Scholarships for Therapists Committee per year. If you need help connecting with eligible students in your area, contact us.

Individual awards range from $600 to $1,500, with one two-year, $6,000 scholarship awarded annually.

Student Application Deadline: May 1
Chapter Sponsorship Deadline: May 15

Learn More

National Reports Go Live in the HUB

We’re excited to announce that Ambucs can now view our new National Reports page in the HUB. This page is a real-time version of information formerly reported on the quarterly Blue Chip Report, and includes current chapter activity scores, current chapter membership, and current program giving totals. AMBUCS members can head on over to the HUB ( and select National Reports in the top navigation menu on your Chapter home page.

Amtryke Order Status FAQs

We know many of you have been waiting a long time for Amtrykes and parts to arrive, and we’re excited to share that we have 1,000 trykes and hundreds of parts scheduled to arrive by early November. Below you’ll find answers to some frequently asked questions about the upcoming delivery, and how we’ll be communicating about your order and fulfilling orders through the end of the year.

When is my Amtryke coming?
We have 2,500 total Amtrykes expected to arrive between November 2022 and March 2023. All customers with current backorders will be receiving outreach in mid-October to confirm their orders, please keep an eye out and respond. We will also begin communicating the schedule of arriving models and parts in the coming weeks. We’re still working to confirm which products will be in each shipment, so we can’t answer specific questions at this time. In general, parts and tryke orders will be filled chronologically, but not all models or parts will be included on every shipment. Orders placed in 2021 will be filled from the earliest shipments, but certain components and models have continued to be delayed, and customized orders take longer to fill than off-the-rack orders with no customization. Look out for more detailed information later this month about the expected arrival date of your order.

When will I be billed for trykes/parts I’ve ordered?
Trykes and parts are invoiced when orders are shipped to you. A pre-payment can be applied to the sales order prior to shipping. Payments are accepted online at, over the phone with a debit/credit card at 800-838-1845 x114, or by mailed check to Amtryke LLC, PO Box 5127, High Point, NC 27262. Please reference the quote number, sales order number, or rider’s name when submitting a payment.

Why have there been so many delays?
We’re still suffering from manufacturing disruptions caused by COVID-19. Additionally, the bicycle industry was inundated with business during stay-at-home orders (like what happened when everyone stocked up on toilet paper), and the global supply chain crumbled under the sudden demand. Recovery has been slow, and though we are on a clear upward trend, we are still struggling with supply shortages that have prevented us from fulfilling orders. In addition, even after receiving shipments, processing nearly two years of back orders will take time. We thank you for your continued patience.

I don’t need a whole bike, I just need [insert part]. Why hasn’t it arrived yet?
Global supply chain issues have impacted parts in the same way that they’ve impacted full trykes. We continue to work with our suppliers to get both individual components and complete Amtrykes back in stock. Each upcoming shipment contains parts as well as trykes, and parts orders will be filled chronologically as parts arrive. Due to delays in certain parts, partial orders may be shipped as Amtrykes arrive, with additional components shipped at a later date.

Will there be Amtrykes in time for Christmas?
That depends on when they were ordered, and the model and accessories needed. We will make every effort to deliver the 1,000 Amtrykes arriving in November before Christmas, and some trykes may arrive but still be missing rider-critical parts. Unfortunately, we know that a large number of trykes on back order will not arrive in time for Christmas. We will do our best to communicate the status of all orders by November, so that you can plan your end-of-year activities accordingly.

When can I order Amtrykes again?
There is no time like the present! New Amtryke orders can be placed at any time. Orders are filled chronologically, so the sooner you order, the earlier in line you’ll be when new trykes arrive. We expect to be out of our current backorder, with many models back in stock, by early 2023.

When will you be out of back order?
We expect that all orders placed through September 2022 will be filled between now and March 2023. New orders placed after October 1, 2022 will be filled as quickly as possible, though fulfillment of certain models and parts could take up to 6 months under current conditions. We’re working to determine timelines for delivery from our current supplier, and the timeline for beginning production on our new Bicycle Corporation of America (BCA) Amtrykes.

Is inflation going to affect the prices of Amtrykes?
Yes. As with virtually all other products, the cost of producing Amtrykes has gone up. We’ve absorbed most of those costs, and have passed some on to you as customers. We will continue to watch supply and labor costs closely, and balance them to keep our business model sustainable. Knowing that costs may continue to rise, we encourage you to place orders sooner rather than later, when you know you’ll need trykes.

When will BCA begin assembling Amtrykes in the US?
We’re working with BCA and their partners to finalize the first of our redesigned Amtrykes. Right now, we’re hopeful that US-based assembly of this model could begin by Summer 2023.

Still have questions? Email or call 800-838-1845. PLEASE NOTE:  We are unable to answer specific questions about when your order will arrive at this time.

It’s Time for Fall Branding!

What is Fall Branding, you ask? It’s an annual nationwide campaign to recruit new AMBUCS members that runs from October 1 to November 30.

It’s a great time to get your chapter’s visibility up in your community. To help with that, this year we’re focused on rolling out highly shareable videos and photos every week to help you spread the AMBUCS mission. Check out our latest video from The Great Amtryke Giveaway, on Youtube and Facebook!

Keep an eye out on our social feeds for new content each week in October and November.

In addition to the obvious benefits of growing your chapter, and earning the standard 10 points for your chapter score for each new member, you can also earn bonus incentives for recruitment during Fall Branding, including…

  • Chapters that recruit 5 new members between October 1 and November 30 become Top Spread Chapters (major bragging rights)
  • Members who recruit 3 new members during Fall Branding earn a Branding Iron pin, in addition to their Big Hat if they don’t already have it (and ditto on bragging rights)
  • 20 point bonus for chapters recruiting 5 new members during Fall Branding
  • 20 point bonus for each member who recruits 3 new members during Fall Branding
  • 20 point bonus for each recruitment contest held between chapter members or between chapters during Fall Branding

There’s plenty of time to get your chapter out there and to bring in more volunteers. Every day is a great day to be an Ambuc! Good luck!

New AMBUCS Merchandise Store

There’s a new online home for AMBUCS gear! Check out our Shopify storefront, featuring the AMBUCS 100th Anniversary Commemorative Book (with over 100 chapter histories!), a 100th Anniversary Commemorative Art Print, 100th anniversary t-shirts, and more! Additional items will be added and existing items will be restocked in the coming weeks, including stocking stuffers for your favorite Ambucs this holiday season! Visit the store