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  • Writer's pictureGreater Cheyenne Chamber

Now Accepting Annual Banquet Award Nominations

Updated: Feb 27, 2020



The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce's 2020 Black & White Soirée is a celebration of clarity and collaboration.


A focused "black and white" vision will strengthen our business community in the new decade through economic, community, and talent development. Our complimentary skills will ignite the future.


Acknowledge extraordinary accomplishments of the business community by submitting nominations for this year's Annual Banquet Awards. Nominate individual professionals as well as businesses and organizations.


CHAMBER SPIRIT: Chamber Spirit Award Finalists are individuals that are highly engaged in the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce and our community. They demonstrate leadership and are strong ambassadors of the business community.



EMERGING LEADER: Nominees are highly ambitious young professionals who are instrumental in the Cheyenne community, the Chamber, and other community organizations. Young professionals must be 35 and under.



COMMUNITY SERVICE: The Community Service Award Finalists are businesses that make a difference through outstanding initiatives and contributions. They kindheartedly put others first, and are businesses who support charitable organizations.



NON-PROFIT: Non-profit of the Year Award Finalists are businesses that make a difference through outstanding initiatives and contributions, kindheartedly put others first, and must be classified as a non-profit.



LARGE BUSINESS: The Large Business Finalists have made a great impact on the Cheyenne area with their specialized services and are engaged in the Cheyenne Community. (26+ employees)



SMALL BUSINESS: The Small Business Award Finalists exemplify a strong entrepreneurial spirit and provide a unique culture for our community.

(Less than 25 employees)



It's black and white - Cheyenne is an excellent community to live, work, and do business. Help us celebrate our accomplishments and vision for the future! Take a moment to nominate businesses and professionals in the community and be sure to register to attend this evening of celebration.


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