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Striving for Purrr-fection

The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce strives to be the best and the only way to do this is to have a strong business backing to succeed. Each business who invests in our organization is making a commitment to be a solid partner in achieving our mission. Our mission is "To make the greater Cheyenne a more prosperous and quality community." We all have to do our part to accomplish this and as a collective body of businesses we can support one another in the process.

We are stronger together. Like super heroes, we bring all our powers to the table to make one unstoppable force. Catwoman is stealthy, Antman can become really small and really large, some can read minds, see the future, have super strength or the smarts to make weaponry. Overall, it takes a team to accomplish the big tasks that need done and the same goes for the Chamber. We are proudly comprised of over 1,000 businesses and have a large market share of Laramie County businesses as invested partners. We are the largest organization in the State of Wyoming representing the interests of businesses and there is a reason for that! We are able to bring the right people to the table to make the formula work.

Chamber of Commerce entities are unique because we adapt to whatever the community needs. There are no limitations to what the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce can do. Here are some quick facts regarding recent accomplishments of the Chamber:

  • Stewarded the Public WiFi in Downtown Cheyenne with funds from Microsoft & Charter Communications

  • Created 1,000+ Jobs through military mission expansion in 2015 to offset energy downturn

  • Driving forward a 74 Acres opportunity for military housing and commercial development - Enhanced Use Lease (EUL)

  • Secured $225,000 for Crow Creek Restoration

  • Supplied $1.8 million toward local beautification projects

  • Launched a Business Accreditation Program to improve local businesses to capitalize on future opportunities coming to the area with a $25,000 grant.

We encourage everyone to take a few minutes to check out and really get acquainted with all the offerings of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce. Every year it changes but we focus on our mission and do what it takes to move our community forward.


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