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Secretary Gray to Speak with Cheyenne Chamber Members

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from Secretary of State Chuck Gray as he discusses the important business issues that he handles in his position. The Chamber of Commerce will host Secretary Gray on April 7.

WY We Care: Political advocacy through working relationships with our elected officials sets your Chamber apart as an economic development organization.

  • Unified partnerships empower your Chamber to work on business issues that affect our diverse community makeup.

  • Your Chamber strives to stay informed on the latest developments while seeking common sense solutions to many complex legislative issues.

  • Seating is limited this April, so register early.

The Bottom Line: Advocating for a strong local economy is our highest priority, and your Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to cultivating partnerships with elected officials so we can effectively advocate at the local, state, and federal level.

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