By Tom Dixon, Content Marketing Manager

November 9, 2018


Mountain Meadow Wool

Businesses making or growing products in Wyoming are encouraged to take a survey about the Wyoming Business Council’s Made in Wyoming and Grown in Wyoming programs.

The Business Council, Wyoming’s economic development agency, created the survey in conjunction with a University of Wyoming senior marketing class to assess how well the two state-branded programs are meeting the needs of its members and how the programs can improve.

Program members receive benefits like the use of the Bucking Horse and Rider logo, social media promotion and selling opportunities at events like the Wyoming State Fair.

Interested business owners can take the survey at https://tinyurl.com/statebrandedsurvey by Nov. 21 to make their voices heard as the Business Council works to support better Wyoming’s small manufacturers and artisans.

 

Agribusiness , In-State Companies

Related News & Updates

Wyoming Main Street launches Made on Main program in Laramie, Rock Springs

Wyoming Main Street launches Made on Main program in Laramie, Rock Springs
  • Date: Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Wyoming Main Street, a program of the Wyoming Business Council, is launching a Made on Main pilot program aimed at placing small manufacturers and producers in vacant downtown spaces to enhance...

Read More

Wyoming State Fair celebrates ag heritage

Wyoming State Fair celebrates ag heritage
  • Date: Friday, August 9, 2019

From Dock Dogs to the Demolition Derby, and sheep shearing to art shows, the Wyoming State Fair puts the “culture” in “agriculture.”  “The State Fair is a celebration of all things agriculture...

Read More