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Wyoming Office of Tourism Announces a Newly Appointed Board Member

Dec. 19, 2022— Cheyenne, Wyo. — The Wyoming Office of Tourism announces Charisse Meadows Haws as a new Wyoming Tourism Board member. Governor Mark Gordon recently appointed Meadows Haws to represent District 6.


Escape to Wyoming this Winter: What's New this Season and into 2023

October 6, 2022- Cheyenne, WYO – As the weather cools down and blankets of snow begin to cover pristine landscapes, Wyoming becomes a winter wonderland for all types of travelers. With fewer crowds, award-winning ski-resorts, new direct flights and winter events, the Cowboy State offers endless winter experiences. Here is a selection of new and notable this season...


Wyoming Alternatives to Yellowstone National Park

June 14, 2022—Cheyenne, Wyoming— Yellowstone National Park officials announced temporary closures to all entrances into the park due to heavy flooding, rockslides and extreme hazardous conditions. As a result, all in-park operations including lodging, campgrounds, food services and tours, are closed until further notice. While Wyoming continues to support the National Park Service to ensure the safety of citizens, visitors and staff, the Wyoming Office of Tourism (WOT) and its tourism partners have compiled the following resources to ensure visitors find accommodations and safe experiences across the state.

Wyoming Office of Tourism Announces Newly Appointed Board Members

April 4, 2022—Cheyenne, Wyoming— The Wyoming Office of Tourism announced today two new Wyoming Tourism Board members recently appointed by Governor Gordon: Kenneth (Ken) Barkey, owner of Prime Rib Restaurant and Wine Cellar, Mark Tesoro, Publisher of Uinta County Herald and the reappointment of Anna Olson, President of Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce.


Wyoming Office of Tourism Releases 2021 Preliminary Travel Economic Impact Data

February 28, 2022—Cheyenne, Wyoming— The Wyoming Office of Tourism (WOT) released its 2021 Economic Impact preliminary findings, conducted by Dean Runyan Associates. According to the report, Wyoming’s tourism and hospitality industry experienced substantial growth in 2021, with $4 billion in direct travel spending while generating $243 million in tax revenue – a 50.5 percent increase from 2020.

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