Wyoming Code of Ethics
In March 2010, the State of Wyoming became the first state to adopt an official state code of ethics. The symbolic measure spells out 10 ethics derived from a “Code of the West” outlined in a book by author and retired Wall Street investor James Owen.
The Sheridan County Chamber also holds to these principles ~ as a standard of conduct for all of us who live, work, and play in the great State of Wyoming.
WYOMING CODE OF ETHICS
2. TAKE PRIDE IN YOUR WORK.
3. ALWAYS FINISH WHAT YOU START.
4. DO WHAT HAS TO BE DONE.
5. BE TOUGH, BUT FAIR.
6. WHEN YOU MAKE A PROMISE, KEEP IT.
7. RIDE FOR THE BRAND.
8. TALK LESS AND SAY MORE.
9. REMEMBER THAT SOME THINGS
AREN’T FOR SALE.
10. KNOW WHERE TO DRAW THE LINE.