Cheyenne Rising

    Our very own Stephanie Prescott was recognized at this year’s Annual Banquet Awards.

    The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce hosts annually an awards banquet recognizing business professional excellence. This year Stephanie Prescott was named one of the Chamber Spirit Award finalists. Additionally, throughout the evening many other great business professionals and businesses were celebrated. Congratulations to them all and when you see them around town, be sure to stop and thank them for making our community as wonderful as it is. This year’s banquet theme was “Cheyenne Rising” because together as a business community and as professionals, we are rising up to make a difference. All of the finalists have demonstrated their leadership in getting our community where it is today and they all rise to the occasion without being asked. Being named a finalist among our business community is an incredible accomplishment. We are so proud of Stephanie!

     

    Congratulations to all other finalists and award recipients!

     

    CHAMBER SPIRIT: Chamber Spirit Award Finalists are individuals that are highly engaged in the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce and our community. They demonstrate leadership and are strong ambassadors of the business community.
    2017 Chamber Spirit Award Finalists:
    • Pat Ashworth, Express Employment Professionals
    • Aaron Courtney, Jonah Bank of Wyoming
    • Stephanie Prescott, RE/MAX Capitol Properties

    EMERGING LEADER: Nominees are highly ambitious young professionals who are instrumental in the Cheyenne community, the Chamber and other community organizations. Young professionals must be 35 and under.

    2017 Emerging Leader Award Finalists:
    • Desiree Brothe, Cheyenne DDA/Main Street
    • Craig Hibberd, Wells Fargo
    • Eric Trowbridge, Array School of Technology

    COMMUNITY SERVICE: The Community Service Award Finalists are businesses that make a difference through outstanding initiatives and contributions. They kindheartedly put others first, and are businesses who support charitable organizations.

    2017 Community Service Award Finalists:

    • Chick-fil-A
    • Cheyenne Stampede Jr A Hockey
    • Simon Contractors
    • Spradley Barr Motors
    NON-PROFIT: Non-profit of the Year Award Finalists are businesses that make a difference through outstanding initiatives and contributions, kindheartedly put others first, and must be classified as a non-profit.
    2017 Non-Profit of the Year Award Finalists:
    • CASA of Laramie County
    • Element Church
    • Safehouse Services

    LARGE BUSINESS: The Large Business Finalists have made a great impact on the Cheyenne area with their specialized services and are engaged in the Cheyenne Community.

    2017 Large Business Award Finalists:

    • Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
    • First American Title
    • Historic Plains Hotel

    SMALL BUSINESS: The Small Business Award Finalists exemplify a strong entrepreneurial spirit and provide a unique culture for our community. (Business cannot exceed a total of 10 employees).

    2017 Small Business Award Finalists:

    • Bella Fuoco Wood Fired Pizza
    • Cheyenne Stampede Jr A Hockey
    • i.Qlinary
    • Ward Insulation
    COMMITTEE OF THE YEAR: Recognizing the outstanding achievements of a Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce committee comprised of local business professionals and community leaders.
    • Chamber Business Council
    BUSINESS ADVOCATE AWARD: Honoring a government employee and/or elected official who advocates for business and supports a business friendly environment for optimal community and economic development.
    • Steve Kravitsky, Director of the Wyoming Military Department Veterans Affairs

    PERSON OF THE YEAR:

    Person of the year is the final award which will not be formally announced until the evening of the Annual Banquet & Bash presented by Halladay Motors on Friday, March 16th. This is  the highest honor bestowed by the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce.

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