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Expect the Best

"Life is like a dogsled team. If you ain't the lead dog, the scenery never changes." - Lewis Grizzard

I want you to put this into perspective. Our Chamber operates in this world. We are continuously changing, pushing bounds and creating a strong economic environment for businesses to be their best. As the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, we cannot do what we do without you, our Partners.

I’ve got something important to ask our partners. How can you celebrate businesses in the greater Cheyenne area? The answer, the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet presented by Halladay Motors Subaru. How can you celebrate your own achievements? The Banquet. How do celebrate the achievements of our community as a whole? The Banquet!

By sponsoring events, investing time and skills in the community, you will build your brand and promote your business. Plus, you can even recognize others for their excellence by submitting a nomination.

As you may know March 15th at 5:30 is Annual Banquet at Little America Hotel and Resort. This event is the annual sumptuous award banquet. Submit now; highly respected award nominees of excellence. Submission deadline is January 31st.

The Cheyenne Chamber goal is to continue recognizing both small and larger business excellence. We’ll need your help to hit 2019 sponsor goals. Investors of all levels are profusely thanked! By the way, you must attend. The whole point is to celebrate you, the business professionals that make Cheyenne great! Contact me to Sponsor and bring all the exceptional people who deserved to be recognized to the event. They matter!

Director of Partner Investments

Mary Jane Strickland



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