The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Wyoming Wranglers conducted a Fly-In to D.C. to address issues of concern to US Delegation September 26th-28th.
Business professionals advocate for pro-business environment annually through the Chamber.
Advocacy requires having a seat at the table. The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce provides the platform for business professionals to discuss, explore and drive forward results for pro-business environment. For economic advancement, policy makers play an intricate role in the regulatory climate. Because, to be heard, you must be present.
“Being here means something. Otherwise, you are ignored.” Clay Gray, Prudential Financial.
Several of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Partners advocated on specific issues relevant to the Laramie County region in addition to their visit with delegates.
- Healthcare Reform
- Transportation and Infrastructure
- Military Mission Modernization
- Tax Reform
- Energy Advancement
- Talent Development Pipeline
Also, the Wyoming Wranglers is a Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce committee that focuses on federal legislative action through funding a lobbyist. Therefore, the program has successfully brought $750 million to the area for economic growth.
“This program is one of the most effective tools for economic development within the state of Wyoming.” share Nick Dodgson, Chairman of the Greater Cheyenne Board of Directors and owner of Cheyenne Sports Center and Midas of Cheyenne, Ft. Collins and Greeley. This was Nick’s third year to advocate for all businesses through the D.C. Fly-In.
For more information, call the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce at 307-638-3388 or email Tonya Dove, Director of Partner Relations.