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Volume 27 | Issue 3 | March 2018 Chamber Mission: “The Chamber Enhances the Community Through Advocacy and Partnerships.”

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Wyoming Workforce Services Please RSVP by Monday, March 19th by 10:00 AM online or call 307-875-5711. If you need to cancel your registration please let us know by Monday, March 19th by 10:00 AM and you will not be invoiced. Admission is $12 for members, $15 for non-members. Lunch is included in admission cost.

National High Schools Final Rodeo Returns to Rock Springs this Summer! July 15-July 21, 2018 The National High School Rodeo Association is one of the fastest growing youth organizations, with an annual membership of approximately 12,500 students from 41 states, five Canadian provinces, and Australia. The National High School Finals Rodeo (NHSFR) is the "World's Largest Rodeo," featuring approximately 1,500 contestants from across the United States, Canada and Australia. Athletes vie for national titles, assorted prizes and their share of thousands of dollars in college scholarships. Action at the event is non-stop, with rodeo performances being conducted twice each day. The top-twenty contestants in each event then advance to a final round of competition to determine who will walk away with the coveted championship buckles. Boys events at the NHSFR include Bareback Riding, Bull Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, Tie-Down Roping, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, and Cutting. Girl's events include Breakaway Roping, Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, Goat Tying, Cutting, Team Roping, and the NHSRA Queen contest. Boys and girls compete together in Team Roping, but are separate in all other events.

YOUR BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY ADVOCATE 1155W Flaming Gorge Way • Green River, WY 82935 307-875-5711 • 1-800-FL-GORGE www.grchamber.com Published monthly to serve members in business and community needs

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Chamber Staff and Board of Directors Staff: Lisa Herrera Interim CEO Finance and Membership Manager

Board of Directors: Angela Shutran US Bank ~ President Kelli Lennon Hitching Post Restaurant ~ Vice-President Justin Tynsky Stulken and Tynsky Law Firm ~1st Vice-President Laura Meeks White Mountain Lumber ~ Secretary Jeremy Gibson Trona Valley FCU ~ Treasurer Amber Zmolek Summit Title Jason Bartlett Solvay Allan Wilson City Council Liaison Tammy Vaught The Radio Network Eva Dallmann Hampton Inn & Suites Joey Faigle Muley Fanatics Foundation Mike Shutran 2018 Hole in the Wall Gang President

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Thank you members! Greater Wyoming Big Brothers Big Sisters Rolling Green Country Club Uinta Engineering & Surveying Joint Powers Water Board Hampton Inn & Suites Green River Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport Rouse Properties, LLC Tata Chemicals White Mountain Lumber & Rentals High Plains Physical Therapy Rocket Miner Sweetwater County Museum First American Title Insurance Co. Teton Distributors Rocky Mountain Power Fremont Therapy Group Sweetwater County School District #2 Ciner Elwood Staffing Wyoming Embroidery & Sporting Goods Sweetwater County Library System Muley Fanatic Foundation Rock Springs Chamber of Commerce Green River Basin Federal Credit Union United Way of SW Wyoming United Site Services Wells Fargo Bank Summit Title Services Food Bank of Sweetwater County Hilltop Baptist Church Wyoming Rents, LLC Wyoming Wireless Serve Wyoming Western Inn Western Wyoming Beverage Sweetwater County Board of Realtors Trona Valley Federal Credit Union Wyoming Waste Mobilitat/Syncromatics Corporation ExxonMobil Corporation Pioneer Park LLC Green River Imports The Oil Can Sweetwater One Public School Foundation Mission Health Services 307 Salon Flaming Gorge Modern Makers

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IME/Inberg-Miller Engineers Taco Time High Desert Human Resources Association Green River Realty BRC Family Hearing Seedskadee TU Wyoming.com McDonald’s Desert Remodels Union Wireless Springtime Laundromat The Lamar Companies HydraFab, LLC Wild Card Towing Union Pacific Railroad Dominion Energy Green River Pond Tour Red Desert Roundup Rodeo, Inc. U.W. Extension Sweetwater County

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SBDC Webinar to Help Small Businesses with Online Business Presence Small-business owners in Wyoming invest their time, effort and resources into their online business presence. But, do they know what their return on investment is? A Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) business fitness webinar, titled “Tips for Measuring Online Success,” is scheduled Thursday, March 1, from 2-3 p.m. Small-business owners will be able to learn more about the analytic tools available to them; how to track how users interact with their online presence; and fine-tune their marketing efforts. The SBDC is a partnership among the University of Wyoming, the Wyoming Business Council and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The SBDC focuses on educating small-business owners and potential owners on how to successfully start and operate small businesses. The SBDC’s main office is located at UW. Dave Meyer, a speaker for Google’s “Get Your Business Online” program and who has more than 20 years of experience in marketing and communications, will present the webinar. Meyer’s current company, BizzyWeb, has helped hundreds of clients “Generate Buzz Without Getting Stung.” “Dave Meyer is a Google program speaker, so the content should be excellent,” says Cindy Beth Unger, business adviser for the SBDC. “These days, with online marketing such an important channel, many businesses exert a lot of time and energy on their online presence. This webinar will teach them how to gauge the effectiveness of those efforts and improve their marketing results.” The fee for the program is $15, and attendees can register at www.wyomingsbdc.org. This program will be recorded and available to registered attendees who are unable to attend. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made, if requested at least two weeks in advance. Language assistance services for clients with limited English proficiency will be provided. For more information, call Peggy Baker at 1-800-3485194. The Wyoming SBDC Network is a business advising group of the Wyoming SBDC, Procurement Technical Assistance Center, Market Research Center and SBIR/STTR Initiative. The network’s mission is to help Wyoming entrepreneurs succeed. Advising and most market research activities are free of charge to Wyoming res-

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Elysha Cook Allstate 351 Uinta Dr. (307) 875-7544 Insurance Products & Services Insurance is unlike any other product out there you pay for it and hope you never have to use it. And that makes paying more than you need to that much more uncomfortable. With a policy from Allstate, you can help keep your insurance costs low with the wide variety of products. Keep in mind, not all products are available in every state. The best way to get all that you qualify for is to get an insurance quote specific to Wyoming. You can get a rough "ballpark" insurance quote from many companies online, but talking with an agent allows you to ask questions and get a quote for coverage that matters most to you. As an Allstate agent, I can prepare a quote that details the coverage, deductibles (your portion of a loss) and cost (premium) of your insurance policy. Some of the Insurance products and services offered at my Allstate agency include: • Auto Insurance • Car Insurance • Flood Insurance • Insurance • Life Insurance • Motorcycle Insurance • Home Insurance • Insurance Quote • Insurance Agency • Business Insurance • Annuities • Retirement • College Savings Plan • Renters Insurance • Personal Umbrella Insurance • Snowmobile Insurance • ATV Insurance • Boat Insurance • Condo Insurance

Fly Fishing Film Tour March 9th Expedition Island & Pavilion Doors open at 5PM, movie at 7PM Tickets are $20 Cash or check accepted Muley Fanatic Foundation Banquet March 17th Sweetwater Events Complex Doors open at 4PM, dinner at 6PM Tickets are $65 Cash, check, or CC accepted Green River Arts Council Watercolor Class March 17th 7:00-9:00 PM Expedition Island & Pavilion Tickets are $25 Cash or check accepted

As a member of the Chamber, we help promote your upcoming events and include the information in our Weekly Update that goes out every Tuesday. If you are selling tickets to an upcoming event, we can help sell tickets too!

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