The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce offers its members opportunities to market and promote their business, provides business education and development, advocacy and representation, and networking. Below are a list of the programs available to members.

For more information on benefits, contact Kaare Sigvartsen at (307) 682-3673 or; or Darlene Robertson at (307) 680-1192 or
Advertising Disclaimer: The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce reserves the right to refuse advertising due to content, quality, or in direct conflict with the Chamber’s mission or services. Advertisements must promote the member business. Advertisers must be Chamber members in good standing when the ad is purchased, and when the ad publishes. Advertising rates are subject to annual increases.


The monthly ChamberPAK mailer is a cost effective way for Chamber members to advertise their business to nearly 750 individuals in the community! Download the form [PDF].

Community Partners

The Community Partners commitment is open to 20 member companies of the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce per year. View more information.

Customer Service Certification

Chamber members who train their employees in customer service are eligible to certify their business and receive additional marketing benefits through the Chamber. View more information.

Event Partnerships

Partnering with the Chamber for an event is an opportunity to introduce people to your business and support Chamber programs. Download the form [PDF].

Gillette Area Leadership Institute

The Gillette Area Leadership Institute is a nine-month program designed to promote a better understanding of the community, build and enhance leadership skills, and develop a strong network of community leaders. Participation in the program requires an application, tuition and review process—applications available at the Chamber office beginning in May each year. View more information.


SharedMall was conceived in April 2010 for the purpose of enabling small independent business across the nation with a unique differentiating sales and marketing opportunities online, and to transform online shopping to make it truly local and community-centric. It was launched for the primary purpose of soliciting feedback and enhancing this unique By Local infrastructure. Currently they are partnered with several business communities across the nation to help businesses in each community harness the power of local and community to counter the threat from big competition while enabling consumers to spend more locally and help boost their respective local economies. To learn more about the benefits of SharedMall visit Mall Memebership Benefits and Value. Also, view ShareMall webinars at

Gold Gift Certificates

Last year your Chamber helped keep more than $410,000 in the local economy via the Gold Gift Certificate program. Participation in the Gold Gift Certificate program is free and voluntary, and members must be in good standing to participate. View more information.

Livability of Gillette-Campbell County

The centerpiece of the Chamber's national relocation marketing strategy is the Livability Gillette-Campbell County megabrand—a magazine brand extending across multiple media platforms to reach readers wherever they go. For information on advertising in Livability Gillette-Campbell County magazine, contact Julie Simon, IOM, at (307) 682-3673 or View the digital version.

Member to Member Discount Program

The Member to Member Discount Program allows Chamber members to offer discounts on a product or service to fellow member businesses, and/or take advantage of other members’ discounts. Participation in the Member to Member Discount Program is free and voluntary, and members must be in good standing to participate. View more information.

Membership Resource Guide

On top of providing alphabetical and categorical member business listings, the Membership Resource Guide is a comprehensive look at the resources and services available to your business as a Chamber member. Some 1,500 copies of the guide are slated for print and delivery to Chamber members by Spring 2014. Request more information


Mixers are a way for members to showcase their company to area business professionals and their guests in a relaxed setting. To host or RSVP for a Mixer, contact Kaare Sigvartsen at (307) 682-3673 or

NEWCA Home Show

The third weekend in March, thousands of people stroll the aisles at the Home Show, providing participants’ maximum exposure on their products. Sales for booth space and sponsorship of the NEWCA Home Show begin in November. For more information, contact Darlene Robertson at (307) 682-3673 or 2014 Show information:

  • Sold out to vendors with around 150 booths, and over the course of the weekend around 13,000 people walked through.

  • Congratulations to Razor City Realty for winning the Home Show’s Best in Show award—the company wins a free booth in the 2015 show.

  • The NEWCA silent auction booth raised more than $2,300 for the NEWCA Scholarship Program, which benefits local high school students going into construction trades.

  • Pictures of the show and booths are available on the Chamber's Flickr page

NEWCA Plan Room

Full NEWCA members are allowed to review plans submitted for construction jobs open for bid in the region in the plan room, located in the Chamber office, 314 S. Gillette Ave. Plans may be checked out for one day. Bi-weekly newsletters containing information on all the plans available for bid is also sent to all full NEWCA members. Chamber membership and membership in NEWCA are required to take advantage of this benefit. For more information, contact Katie Alo at

President’s Circle Investors

The President’s Circle Investors commitment is open to 10 member companies of the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce per year, at the invitation of the Chamber President. View more information.

Profile Display

Profile Display, Inc. provides information and resource displays in the lobby of the Chamber office that allow members to get their message out to every person who walks through the door. Advertising sales for Profile Display begin in the spring each year. To reserve advertising space, contact Profile Display, Inc. at (307) 696-4008, or visit

Spring Hill Press Map

The Chamber partners with Spring Hill Press to produce its Gillette, Wright and Campbell County street maps. The first is a full-color map with information for all of Campbell County that is two feet by three feet, easily folds and is printed on high-gloss paper. The second map is a color tear off “flat map” of Wright. Members who choose to advertise in both maps will receive a discount. For more information, contact Dick Bushman of Spring Hill Press at (800) 627-8141. View the online map.

Website Banner Ads

To deliver even more value to members seeking to maximize their online brands, member-exclusive web advertising opportunities are now available on the Chamber’s website. To learn about these opportunities, and secure your position contact Terry Sjolin at or (307) 682-3673. View more information.

Website: Members Only Features

The following features are available only to members on

  • create events on the online community calendar
  • create coupons or view and print other companies coupons
  • pay invoices
  • register for upcoming Chamber events and workshops
  • update company information
  • view referral reports

Log onto the Members Only section to get started.

Wyoming Chambers Health Benefit Plan

The Wyoming Chambers Health Benefit Plan provides members with comprehensive health, dental and life insurance coverage options designed for small to mid-sized employers. Employers must be a Chamber member for at least 60 days before eligible for the Chamber benefit plan, and must remain a member in good standing to continue to participate. Contact Trish Bartley of BW Insurance Agency, Inc., at (307) 682-9397.

Wyoming Prosperity Project

To help support the Chamber’s role in advocacy, we participate in the Wyoming Prosperity Project—a non-partisan effort dedicated to research and dissemination of information on the positions of Wyoming’s legislators, candidates and state elected officials on matters affecting businesses and their employees. Access to the site provides comprehensive information about issues and challenges facing Wyoming, serving as a reference to increase awareness and facilitate informed participation in the legislative and election processes. Visit