Benjamin Tippin Has Winning Stroll Button Design

Congratulations to Benjamin Tippin, winner of the 2019 Sheridan Christmas Stroll Button Design Contest! Benjamin’s design was selected by the Stroll Planning Committee based on how well it reflects this year’s Stroll theme, “The 12 Days of Christmas.”

City of Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller congratulates Benjamin Tippin, the winner of the 2019 Sheridan Christmas Stroll Button Design contest.

Benjamin, the son of Bethany and Seth Tippin, was in second grade at Highland Park Elementary School when he submitted his design. He is now a third grade student.

As the winner of the button design contest, Benjamin received $100 in Chamber Bucks, a framed design entry provided by Expressions Art Gallery and Framing LLC and Button #1.

Buttons are on sale now at the Chamber and participating businesses. Cost is $5 each. Buttons are sold until Christmas Eve unless they run out. A total of 2,750 buttons are available. Proceeds from the Christmas Stroll and button sales go to new and replacement decorations for the community.

Benjamin Tippin’s winning button design and this year’s Christmas Stroll Button. Stroll buttons are on sale now and can be purchased for $5 at any Stroll participating business or at the Chamber of Commerce, 24 S. Main St.

This year’s Christmas Stroll will be held Friday, Nov. 29, from 4 to 8 p.m. on Sheridan’s Main Street and Grinnell Plaza. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be located at the WYO Theater this year along with the free ornament decorating with The Home Depot.

Each participating business will receive a winning button number the night of Stroll. Button holders can visit each participating business to see if their number matches any of those posted in the businesses. Those with a winning number will receive a prize valued at $50 from the business. Button holders also can “Get Caught Shopping” beginning the day after Stroll, Saturday, Nov. 30, and the Saturdays through Dec. 21. Chamber Elves will be out looking for people shopping in local businesses and wearing their Stroll buttons. Those caught have the chance to win up to $250 in Chamber Bucks. A total of $4,000 in Chamber Bucks will be given away.

Sponsors for the 2019 Christmas Stroll are Bank of the West, City of Sheridan, Ramaco Carbon, Rocky Mountain Sign Design & Print, Sheridan Travel & Tourism, Sportsman’s Warehouse and the WYO Theater.

For more information about the Sheridan Christmas Stroll and Get Caught Shopping Campaign, contact the Chamber at (307) 672-2485 or visit or the Sheridan Christmas Stroll page on Facebook.

Stroll Participating Businesses Announced

Purchase your 2019 Sheridan Christmas Stroll Buttons at any of these businesses…and visit their locations to look for your winning button number from Stroll Night through Dec. 24!


307 Auto Glass – 1155 Broadway
45th Parallel – 223 N. Main
Albertsons – 1865 Coffeen
Alpine Climate Control – 2705 Coffeen
Babe’s Flowers – 23 N. Main
Bank of the West – 2 N. Main
Best Out West Antiques – 109 N. Main
BEST Real Estate WY, LLC – 371 Coffeen
Best Western Sheridan Center – 612 N. Main
Bighorn Design Studio – 171 N. Main, Ste. H
Bison Union Coffee Company – 171 N. Main
Black Tooth Brewing Co. – 312 Broadway
Bought Beautifully – 15 W. Brundage St.
Brian’s Boots – 256 N. Main
C & B Operations – 2491 Heartland Dr.
Carroll’s Furniture – 340 N. Main
CB Music – 237 N. Main
CellOnly – 1415 N. Main
Century 21 BHJ Realty – 101 S. Main
Citco Federal Credit Union – 502 N. Main
Clothing Company & Baby Too – 241 N. Main
Common Cents – 3601 N. Main
Cottonwood Kitchen + Home – 234 N. Main
Cowboy State Bank – 232 E. Grinnell
Crazy Woman Trading Co. – 134 N. Main
D & J Coins – 194 N. Main
Domino’s Pizza – 1538 N. Main
Downtown Sheridan Association – 121 S. Main
Epiphany – 619 Broadway
Expressions Art Gallery – 645 Broadway
Farmer’s Co-op Oil Company, Inc. – 1450 Coffeen
First Congregational United Church of Christ – 100 W. Works
First Interstate Bank – 4 S. Main
First Interstate Bank – Sugarland – 1613 Coffeen
Fly Shop of the Bighorns – 201 N. Main
Foot of the Bighorns – 104 N. Main
Frackeltons – 55 N. Main
Fremont Toyota of Sheridan – 1614 Coffeen
Green Boomerang – 226 N. Main
Heartland Kubota, LLC – 2450 Heartland Dr.
Hickory Farms – 51 N. Main
Home Depot, The – 2050 Coffeen
Java Moon – 170 N. Main
Just Computers – 303 S. Main, Ste. 202
Kid Curious – 129 N. Main
Kilpatrick Creations – 39 E. Brundage St.
Kings Saddlery – 184 N. Main
Landon’s Greenhouse – 505 College Meadows Dr.
Legacy Diamond and Gems – 11 N. Main
Let ‘Er Buck Carwash – 624 E. Brundage Lane
Liam’s Furniture – 250 N. Main
Little Willow Traders – 156 N. Main
Luminous Brewhouse – 504 Broadway
Main Street Corner Café – 366 N. Main
Martinizing Dry Cleaning – 1360 Sugarland Dr.
Maurices – 316 N. Main
Men’s Shop, The – 121 N. Main
Nest Home and Holiday – 1815 N. Main
Old General Store Antiques, The – 249 N. Main
Once Upon a Story – 13 N. Main
Over The Moon – 176 N. Main
Paint Post, The – 117 N. Main
Pearl, LLC, The – 54 S. Main
Pizza Hut – 2547 N. Main
Pony Grill & Bar – 3 S. Gould
Rainbow Bar – 264 N. Main
Ramaco (button # at Chamber Office – 24 S. Main)
Red Bison Studio – 227 N. Main
RENEW – 1969 S. Sheridan Ave.
Riddle’s Jewelry – 145 N. Main
Rocky Mountain Discount Sports – 440 Broadway
Rocky Mountain Sign Design & Print – 611 Coffeen
Roosters Market Place – 1755 S. Sheridan Ave.
SAGE Community Arts – 21 W. Brundage St.
Sheridan Antiques – 123 N. Main
Sheridan Commercial Company – 303 Broadway
Sheridan Community Federal Credit Union – 141 S. Gould
Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce – 24 S. Main
Sheridan County Title – 23 S. Main
Sheridan Donut Company – 1935 Coffeen
Sheridan Liquor – 1842 Sugarland Dr., Ste. 113
Sheridan Press, The – 144 Grinnell
Sheridan Stationery – 206 N. Main
Sheridan Travel & Tourism – 1517 E 5th
Side Street Bed & Bath – 160 N. Main
Smith Alley Brewing Company – 150 N. Main
Sport Stop, The – 208 N. Main
Sportsman’s Warehouse – 524 E. Brundage Lane
Star Liquor/Tasting Library – 700 N. Main
Steamboat Outlet – 216 N. Main
Sugar Boot, The – 198 N. Main
T & C Liquors – 727 E Brundage Lane
Tails of the City – 2550 Higby Road
Thrifty Foods Bargain Market – 1415 N. Main
Turned Antiques – 1 Lower Piney Creek Rd.
Twisted Hearts – 35 N. Main
Verdello – 23 Grinnell
Walgreens – 1766 Coffeen
Walmart – 1695 Coffeen
WYO Candle Co. – 41 S. Main
WYO Theater – 42 N. Main
Wyoming Mudslingers – 654 Brundage Lane
Wyoming’s Rib & Chop House – 847 N. Main

Click the file below to download 2019 Stroll program, which includes the list of participating businesses. Please note this list is subject to change. Updated Nov. 22, 2019.

2019 Christmas Stroll Button Design to Be Unveiled Thursday

The 24th Annual Sheridan Christmas Stroll Button Design Contest winning design will be unveiled at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, with a special presentation by Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller at City Hall.

Sheridan County students in Grades 1 through 6 were invited in the spring to submit designs to the Sheridan County Chamber’s Christmas Stroll Committee for the Stroll Button Design Contest. The committee selected the winning design based upon how well it reflects this year’s theme, “The 12 Days of Christmas.” The winner will receive a framed copy of their button, the first button and $100 in Chamber Bucks.

Stroll buttons each have a unique number and are purchased by the public, who begin wearing them at the Christmas Stroll. While shopping locally during Christmas Stroll and through Christmas Eve, button wearers look in participating businesses for the number that matches their Stroll Button. Those with matching numbers win a prize from the store valued at $50 or more.

Stroll button purchasers are encouraged to continue wearing their Stroll buttons throughout the holiday shopping season. Starting Saturday, Nov. 30, and then Dec. 7, 14 and 21, if shoppers “Get Caught Shopping” locally in participating businesses by Chamber elves while wearing their Stroll button, they can win Chamber Bucks in amounts from $25 to $250.

Stroll buttons will be available for purchase by the public Friday, Nov. 8, at the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, 24 S. Main St., and at participating businesses that afternoon. Cost remains $5 each.

This year’s Christmas Stroll will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29, on Main Street and Grinnell Plaza in Sheridan.

For more information on the 24th Annual Christmas Stroll, call 672-2485 or visit the Sheridan Christmas Stroll page on Facebook.

Chamber’s Legislative Forum Schedule Announced

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs Committee will host its annual Legislative Forum in Sheridan starting at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 8, in the Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Downtown Community Conference Room, 61 S. Gould St.

The Legislative Forum provides an opportunity for businesses, organizations, and individuals to schedule time to bring topics before our local state legislators prior to the next session of the Wyoming State legislature.

The public is invited to attend any or all of the presentations. Click below to download the schedule of presentations:

Please note that the schedule is subject to change.

For more information, call the Chamber at (307) 672-2485.

Voting Open for Chamber’s 2019 Awards of Excellence

Voting is now open for the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Awards of Excellence.


All Chamber members and their employees are eligible to vote, and voting will end at midnight on Nov. 5. A complete listing of all Chamber member businesses and organizations is available in the Chamber Member Directory at

All 2019 Awards of Excellence nominees will be honored at the Feb. 12, 2020, Chamber Lunch with the recipients in each of the six categories announced at that time.

Nominations were accepted from the public and were then reviewed by the Chamber’s Business Awards Task Force, who selected five finalists in each category. The awards and their nominees are:

This award honors a Chamber member non-profit organization that has made a significant impact in Sheridan County: a non-profit that serves with enthusiasm and dedication, addressing needs in the community and aligning the vision of its organization for maximum effectiveness.

• Greater Wyoming Big Brothers Big Sisters
• Holy Name Catholic School
• Rooted in Wyoming Youth Gardening Collaboration
• Sheridan Community Land Trust
• Tongue River Valley Community Center

This award honors a Chamber member business or organization that has a long and distinguished tenure in the community (20+ years): an organization that demonstrates consistent service, continually invests in the community, and demonstrates sustained quality performance.

• Carroll’s Furniture
• Sheridan Rotary Club
• Sheridan Stationery Books & Gallery
• Sheridan WYO Rodeo
• WYO Theater, Inc.

This award honors a business or individual who volunteers countless hours for the betterment of the Chamber and Sheridan County: demonstrates vision, ambition, and drive to serve the community and the mission of the Chamber, understanding a community thrives when those in it invest and contribute to its success.

• Jenny Craft
• Christine Dieterich
• Mark Kinner
• Gail Symons
• Matt Westkott

(under 20 full-time employees)
This award honors a Chamber member small business that demonstrates steady growth, solid leadership and a strong commitment to the success of the Sheridan area. This business shows innovation in strategic planning, employee development, and customer service and is actively involved in the betterment of the community.

• BEST Real Estate, WY, LLC
• Born in a Barn, LLC
• Domino’s Pizza
• Red Bison Studio
• Teton Therapy

(20+ employees)
This award honors a Chamber member large business that maintains consistent growth and strong performance, understands its customer, has an engaged workforce with effective leadership, and is continually innovating to support future growth. This business not only invests in its continued success, but also invests its resources in the success of the community.

• Frontier Asset Management, LLC
• Security State Bank
• SWCA Environmental Consultants
• WWC Engineering

This award honors a Chamber member business person who shows outstanding business acumen and strong leadership in business and community efforts. This person is a champion for economic development, constantly strives to exceed customer expectations, delivers industry leading standards of service and quality, and exhibits innovation in business development.

• Antonia Armenta-Miller, Bonafide Foods, LLC
• Melissa Butcher, Confluence Collaborative & Lazy R Campground & Cabins
• Bob Gates, Alpine Climate Control, Inc.
• Kayla Hert, Real Deals on Home Décor
• Andrew McFaul, Excalibur Construction, Inc. & Camelot Realty, Inc.

To learn more about the nominees and to vote, click here or visit the Chamber Office at 24 S. Main St.


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