Just 1 more day until the Suds n’ Spurs Brewfest (Saturday, August 29) – the Chamber’s major fundraiser of the year and a TON of fun! Unlimited beer sampling from 17 craft brewers … and the dancin’ music of Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band!
Welcome to Sheridan County
… and Its Chamber of Commerce!
In the city of Sheridan and all of Sheridan County, Wyoming, you’ll find a community that honors its pioneering past while embracing its multifaceted future. In the midst of all this is a thriving business community ~ from our Historic District full of unique shopping in historic buildings, to the new business park with cutting-edge infrastructure and hi-tech businesses, to the many new entrepreneurial businesses in all parts of the county.
The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce promotes and celebrates the prosperity of our business environment, which in turn supports all aspects of our community. Sheridan County, Wyoming ~ a great place to do business, to visit, to live and to play!
CITY ON THE GO!
The Sheridan Press gives a great recap of the big investments being made for the future of our community! Major projects ALREADY well underway ~
* Whitney Center for the Performing Arts at Sheridan College
* M&M Center to house the Whitney ice skating rink
* Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building at The Brinton Museum (just completed, in Big Horn)
* Sheridan YMCA aquatics project expansion
* Sheridan Senior Center’s new space, renovations, re-purposed infrastructure
* Sheridan High School Leading the Legacy locker room expansion
* Antelope Butte Ski & Resort Area (Bighorn Mountains)
Not bad for our little community in Wyoming!
A great place to have your business! [more …]
Weekly “Member to Member” E-newsletter
Our Chamber members sharing their announcements and events with all of YOU!
Member to Member, September 3, 2015 (Part 1 of 2)
Member to Member, September 4, 2015 (Part 2 of 2) … to come
City of Sheridan Economic Development Update
July 8, 2015 … the City of Sheridan’s newsletter providing information to help local entrepreneurs, developers, existing businesses, and community leaders in their own economic development efforts. A business’ ability to effectively train new employees, or re-train existing employees to remain competitive, is one of the largest factors for successful business retention and expansion efforts. This issue of the Economic Development Update focuses on a valuable resource to offset the cost of training employees: the Wyoming Workforce Development Training Fund. [more]
Available for charter trips year round… [more]
Call the Chamber at (307) 672-2485.
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