Mannequins Go Red for Women on Wichita Billboards

February 03, 2011

Mannequins Go Red for Women on Wichita Billboards

Wesley Medical Center is reshaping the landscape of Wichita by installing mannequins on billboards throughout the city on Friday, February 4th.  Each mannequin will done a red dress in an effort to promote the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement. 


“We are excited about promoting February as Heart Health Month along with the Go Red for Women campaign,” said Paul Petite, Wesley Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations.  “It is important to Wesley to shed light on heart disease, the number 1 killer for women.  The idea behind the mannequins is to raise awareness of such an important issue in a noticeable way throughout the city.”


The mannequins will be placed on nine Clear Channel billboards with the message Wear Red for Women.  The billboards are located at:


1419 E. Central  East face

6215 W. Kellogg WF

4677 S. I-135 SF

2075 N. West St. SF

203 N. I-135 SF

832 Webb SF

245 S. Tyler NF

3406 N I-135 NF

7100 E Harry EF


To find out more information about Go Red for Women go to the Wesley Heart Health Facebook page.



Wesley Medical Center is an acute care hospital providing a full range of diagnostic and treatment services for patients throughout Kansas and northern Oklahoma.  Every year, more than 25,000 adults and children are inpatients and more than 6,000 babies are born at Wesley.  Wesley is especially also noted for its emergency care, Children’s Center, cardiovascular services, and pediatric care.  It features the area’s only Pediatric ER and Gamma Knife Center.  Wesley was founded in 1912 by the Southwestern Conference of the Medical Church and became an HCA facility in 1985.  To learn more about Wesley Medical Center, please visit