Chamber Ready for Rodeo Week
Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce
This article was published on the “Community Voices” page
of The Sheridan Press, July 7, 2012
It’s WYO Rodeo week in Sheridan, and you know what that means……boot kickoff, carnival, parade, food, family, friends, dancing…….and of course Rodeo. We’ve been getting calls daily from excited rodeo-goers ready to embark on our great community to enjoy the week’s activities. No doubt area businesses have been busily stocking shelves and rolling out their welcome mats in anticipation of the much-needed economic stimulus the week is sure to bring!
Look for the Historic Trolley out and about this week and remember, complimentary shuttles will be running during all four Rodeo performances to and from Sheridan High School’s parking lot, beginning at 5:30pm and ending at 10:30pm.
In addition to Rodeo, we invite you to check out Optimum Channel 22, aka The Sheridan Channel, launched just yesterday. See for yourself how this collaborative effort – involving the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, the City of Sheridan, Downtown Sheridan Association, Sheridan Travel and Tourism, and Forward Sheridan – AND provided courtesy of Optimum Cable – has resulted in another outstanding tool in our efforts to help build a better community and promote our area.
This coming Wednesday, July 11, the Chamber’s monthly luncheon will take place at the Holiday Inn. Please join us for a top quality program featuring an update from our County’s Government Agencies. You’ll hear from Sheridan County Commissioners Mike Nickel and Tom Ringley, City of Sheridan’s Mayor Dave Kinskey, Dayton’s Mayor Bob Wood, Ranchester’s Town Councilman Peter Clark, and Clearmont’s Town Clerk Annalea Redding. The luncheon begins at 11:30am, and the cost is $15.00 per person.
Are you interested in learning more about what it means to belong to your Chamber of Commerce? Membership can benefit your business by helping you promote your products and services, by providing resources and networking opportunities, by fostering partnerships between local businesses, and by serving as a voice of business to government. The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce also has boundless opportunities for those interested in serving – to help build a better community.
May you all have a fun and safe Rodeo Week, and I hope to see you Wednesday at the Chamber Monthly Luncheon. For more information, please contact us at 672-2485.