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2013 Releases

October 31: Chamber Announces Winners From Annual Chamber Awards 2013

September 18: Chamber to Celebrate Local Businesses at Annual Chamber Awards November 1

September 5: Chamber to Host First Noon Spotlight Series

May 31: Chamber Introduces 2013-2014 Chair and Board of Directors

March 13: Young Entrepreneurs Academy Will Launch in Campbell County

2012 Releases

December 20:  Chamber Hosts Legislative Breakfast

November 5: Chamber Announces 2012 Annual Chamber Award Winners

October 26: Chamber to Celebrate Business Community at the Annual Chamber Awards

August 23: Chamber Announces 2012-2013 GALI Class

July 26: Chamber Introduces 2012-2013 Chair and Board of Directors

July 10: Chamber Offers Code of the West Seminar: Workshop slated to help professionals create their own business and personal code

June 20: Chamber Graduates 25th Gillette Area Leadership Institute Class; GALI Applications Accepted until July 31

June 19: Cash Mob Alert! Campbell County Chamber holds first cash mob at a local business in Gillette

May 22: What's Your Code? Chamber hosts luncheon on Cowboy Ethics to help business leaders develop a code of ethics

May 9: Energy Council President to Speak at Chamber Lunch; Hear business professionals outline the state’s economic forecast

April 3: Chamber Board Applications Due April 20

January 10: Chamber Hosts Eggs & Issues Legislative Breakfast; Hear Campbell County legislators discuss the issues on the plate for the upcoming State of Wyoming budget session

2011 Releases

November 18: Keep the Cheer Here! Chamber encourages residents to shop local this holiday season with $3,200 in gift certificates up for grabs

October 19: Chamber Invites Community to Annual Chamber Awards, Miami Style; Fundraiser features Calle Mambo, local entertainment and Cuban food

October 18: Chamber Hosts Big Ideas for Small Business Seminar Featuring Patrick McGaughey

September 13: National Speaker Discusses Customer Service at WCP Event; Wyoming Chamber Partnership Fall Conference takes place in Gillette September 28-30

July 7: Chamber Introduces 2011-2012 Chair and Board of Directors

For previous releases, contact Terry Sjolin, Media Relations, terrys@gillettechamber.com.


In The News

Wyoming Business Report, January 4, 2013: From Obamacare to coal, Wyo. legislators have hands full, by Kim Phagan-Hansel

Gillette News Record, January 3, 2013: Eggs & Issues, by Alexandra Sukhomlinova Cockar, News Record Reporter

Gillette News Record, January 2, 2013: Do you have a question for lawmakers?, by Alexandra Sukhomlinova Cockar, News Record  Reporter

Gillette News Record, November 23: There are a few rewards out there for those who plan to shop locally, by News Record Staff

Gillette News Record, November 5: Chamber Honors Members, by News Record Staff

Gillette News Record, October 5: Joe's Pet Depot Targets Overpopulation of Pets, News Record Staff

Gillette News Record, September 10: Gillette is 'Capitol for a Day', News Record Staff

Gillette News Record, August 8: Chamber Cash Mobs Rocky Mountain Discount Sports, by Logan Jones, News Record photographer 

Gillette News Record, July 15: Briefcase—Chamber 0ffers ‘Code of the West’ seminar, by News Record staff

Casper Star Tribune, July 15: Gillette chamber plans ethics seminar, by the Star-Tribune staff

Basin Radio Network, June 28: Cash Mob infuses over $1,000 into local economy, by Nathan Kobielusz

Gillette News Record cover, June 28: Cash Mob. Not to be confused with a flash mob, cash mobs require shopping at a local retail outlets around Gillette area, by Laura Hancock, News Record writer 

Basin Radio Network
, June 27: Chamber announces location of first ever cash mob, by Paul Wallem

Gillette News Record, May 31: Code of the West; University of Wyoming business class comes to town, by Laura Hancock, News Record writer

Wyoming Business Report
, May 16: Rep. Lubnau: Speak up for Wyo. energy, by Kim Phagan-Hansel

Gillette News Record, May 16: It’s time for big coal to share good news, by Laura Hancock, News Record writer

Wyoming Business Report, May 11: Campbell County commissioners consider coal, by Kim Phagan-Hansel

Gillette News Record, May 10: Commissioners, business leaders discuss how to work within a changing energy economy, by Tom Fagin, News Record writer

Gillette News Record, May 8: Got business questions for county commissioners?, by News Record staff

Gillette News Record, April 26: 13,000 pounds of crawfish await Gillette’s hungry on Friday night, by News Record staff

Gillette News Record, April 22: Equality state isn’t so equal when it comes to gender and wages, by Laura Hancock, News Record writer

Gillette News Record, April 17: Gov. Mead says portions of health care law not affordable, by Laura Hancock, News Record writer

Gillette News Record, April 11: You can have lunch with the governor, by News Record staff

Gillette News Record
, March 28: Business owners get some answers from city officials, by Abby Collins, News Record writer

Gillette News Record, March 25: Businesses invited to meet with city, county; Forums will allow business owners to ask questions, by Abby Collins, News Record writer

Gillette News Record
, March 21: Will Gillette be a topic in Time? Magazine story is on communities that are doing OK economically, by News Record staff

Gillette News Record, March 18: Drug tests, firearms, contractors top list of residents’ queries. Lawmakers fielded questions about ideas that will become law and bills that didn’t pass, by Laura Hancock, News Record writer

Gillette News Record, March 11: Beyond Skype - Vast array of technology enables Gillette groups to interact with people in far-flung locales, by Laura Hancock, News Record writer

Gillette News Record, February 27: Letter to the Editor - Main Street project, new water line are separate, by Julie Simon, IOM

Wyoming Business Report, February 1: State budget discussed in Gillette, by Kim Phagan-Hansel

Gillette News Record, February 1: Session will cover money, revenue, cuts, by Laura Hancock, News Record writer

Basin Radio Network, January 26: Legislative Breakfast this Wednesday

Basin Radio Network, January 20: Gillette talk show host presses Sen. Barrasso on federal debt ceiling

Gillette News Record, January 19: Chamber hosts ‘Eggs & Issues’ with legislators, by News Record staff 

Basin Radio Network, January 10: Council rejects resolution establishing limits on PIF waivers

Gillette News Record
, January 10: City won’t change tap fee policy for major connections, by Abby Collins, News Record writer

Gillette News Record, December 21, 2011: Hundreds say they want UW degrees by Kathy Brown, Senior Reporter

Gillette News Record, December 20, 2011: Bidding on charity wreaths ends Wednesday, by News Record staff

Gillette News Record, December 9, 2011: Offering UW degrees in Gillette gets overwhelming support, by Kathy Brown, Senior Reporter

Gillette News Record, November 30, 2011: University will consider adding bachelor's, master's programs, by Kathy Brown, Senior Reporter

Gillette News Record, November 29, 2011: Group to survey residents about earning bachelor's degrees in Gillette, by Kathy Brown, Senior Reporter

Gillette News Record, November 27, 2011: GALI raffles off sculpture to help next year’s class, by News Record staff

Gillette News-Record, November 20, 2011: Shoppers asked to remember little guy; Local shop owners say the money spent at their stores stays in community, by Laura Hancock, News Record writer


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Legislative Watch

The Chamber has partnered with the Wyoming Prosperity Project (WP2) to help keep members in touch with everything that happens on the state and federal level. WP2 is a non-partisan effort dedicated to research and dissemination of information on the attitudes of Wyoming's legislators, candidates and state elected officials on matters affecting businesses and their employees. Other partners in the Wyoming P2 Project are Wyoming Chamber Parternship (WCP) and Business Industry Political Action Committee (BIPAC). Visit http://www.wyoprosperity.org/campbell.

2012-13 Advocacy and Legislative Principles

The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce 2012-13 Advocacy and Legislative Principles represents the Chamber’s commitment to improve the business climate and quality of life for the community. For more information, download the Campbell County Chamber’s 2012-13 Advocacy and Legislative Principles.

Elected Officials Directory

The information provided in the Elected Official  Directory contains contact information for the elected officials in the districts you currently live in. Download a copy.


2011-12 Annual Review and 2012-13 Master Plan

Last year, the Chamber hosted many events with national speakers discussing energy issues, healthcare, leadership development, and more. This year we plan to bring you more professional development opportunities, as well as provide services that help with advocacy and attracting more business through your doors. For more information on the Chamber's achievements and goals, download the Annual Review and Master Plan.


Images of Gillette-Campbell County magazine

Our growing economy makes Campbell County a wonderful and exciting place to live. The Chamber has partnered with Journal Communications, Inc. to produce the dynamic publication, Images of Gillette-Campbell County magazine. View the digital version of this publication.


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