Your newsletter for things that are happening in the tourism and hospitality industry throughout the state.
Fall Summit Overview

The 2022 Fall Hospitality and Tourism Summit was held Oct 19-20th at the Ramkota Hotel in Casper. Over 120 hospitality and tourism professionals from around the state gathered to hear updates on the tourism industry in Wyoming along with opportunities available through the Wyoming Office of Tourism. The conference also held panel discussions focused on sharing best practices to grow Wyoming’s second largest industry. The event concluded with a keynote from Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon and a dinner celebrating this great industry.
Wyoming Office of Tourism Co-ops

Tap into the marketing power of Travel Wyoming by participating in the Wyoming Office of Tourism cooperative opportunities (co-ops).
From broadcast and digital advertising to search engine marketing (SEM) and more, these affordable and impactful programs reach millions of potential visitors.
Join our Webinar on November, 9th @ 9 am MST to get a more detailed overview of all the opportunities offered through the Wyoming Office of Tourism.
Media & Press Summary: September 2022
Please note the ‘Top Media Placements’ and ‘Earned Media’ include coverage that is a direct result of the Wyoming Office of Tourism’s (WOT) efforts, while “Wyoming in the News” is coverage that cannot be directly tracked back to the PR program.
September 2022
*This includes domestic media coverage only
Reach: 959,806,244
Placements: 52
International Year-to-Date Coverage
Reach: 510,297,597
Total Placements: 92
Fiscal Year-to-Date
*Domestic media coverage through Month YYYY and international media coverage through Month YYYY
Reach: 4,547,455,937
Placements: 209
Top Media Placements

“The buildings in Cheyenne rise from the semiarid High Plains like trees pushing through a forest floor” was the description given to Wyoming’s capital city in the Travel + Leisure profile piece “This Wyoming City has a Bison Train, Old West Saloons and the Largest Outdoor Rodeo in the World.” The article outlined the best time to travel to Cheyenne and touched upon several traveling tips from places to eat and drink like The Metropolitan or Outlaw Saloon, to where to stay, recommending Little America and Nagle Mansion as two different options. There were also suggestions on what not to miss while visiting Cheyenne whether it be Cheyenne Frontier Days in July, taking in one of the museums like the Cheyenne Depot Museum, or getting a shopping fix at The Wrangler. Distinct experiences such as the Ames Monument and Terry Bison Ranch were given a nod, and ideas about outdoor adventures were included, mentioning Curt Gowdy State Park and Medicine Bow National Forest to name a few.
Hailey Mach
Welcome Hailey Mach, Public Relations Manager
Please join us in welcoming Hailey Mach as the WOT’s Public Relations Manager. Hailey brings a unique background in broadcast news media, previously serving as Weekend News Anchor and Reporter for KSNB Local4 in Central Nebraska. Hailey earned her bachelor’s degree in Mass Media: Multimedia Journalism from Northwest Missouri State University.

Hailey will oversee all Public Relations tactics, including press releases, pitches, media missions, press trips, influencers and more.
Save the Date for the 2023 Governor’s Hospitality & Tourism Conference
January 29th - 31st, 2023
Big Changes Coming for 2023
Industry Relations Manager
Amy Larsen
Industry Relation Manager
Phone: (307) 777-6706

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