Community
AMP is dedicated to ensuring that our company and employees have a positive influence on our communities, internally, locally and globally.


AMP is proud to be a positive influence in our local and national communities. Locally, AMP Team members give their time and money to support numerous charities in the Kansas City area. Most recently, AMP contributed to the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Red Cross, Harvesters Food Bank, Midwest Transplant Network, Olathe Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund and Toys for Tots. AMP embraces the opportunity to “give back” to our community, never forgetting our healthcare heritage and the need to remember those less fortunate.


AMP has established several green initiatives to promote sustainable living and conserve our environment for generations to come. Our headquarters is located in an energy efficient building that uses all Energy Star appliances, energy efficient fluorescent lighting and non-CFC-based refrigerants in the HVAC system. We have adopted an extensive recycling program and reuse many boxes from incoming shipments for outgoing needs. In addition, AMP provides environmental education and a green transportation rewards program for employees.

AMP’s corporate headquarters in Olathe, KS has earned the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star® for maintaining superior energy efficiency. The Energy Star® symbol indicates that our facility’s energy performance rates in the top 25% of buildings nationwide. Energy Star® buildings use an average of 40% less energy and release 35% less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than typical commercial buildings. This prestigious designation is a direct result of AMP’s commitment to responsible business decisions that help sustain our environment.


AMP is proud to support the Olathe Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. Key AMP staff are active in both organizations and Lori Tinkler, MBA, Chief Operating Officer is a past Chair of the Olathe Chamber Board of Directors.

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