Wyoming Tourism Numbers Surge to Record Levels in 2015 »

Wyoming's tourism economy saw another year of tremendous growth in 2015. In a preliminary assessment released today by the Wyoming Office of Tourism (WOT), a record 10.5 million people visited the state in 2015, up from 10.1 million visitors in 2014 or 4.2 percent. Wyoming significantly outpaced the national average visitation growth rate of 2.4 percent.  This follows several years of consistently strong rises in visitation. Over the last decade, Wyoming's tourism marketing has helped contribute
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2016 Legislative Session Resources »

FY17-FY18 Biennium Budget

Budget Summary

 Budget Evolution (1)

 

Budget to Visitor Relationship

Budget To Visitor Relationship 2015 (1)

 

Film Industry Financial Incentive (FIFI)

 Talking Points FIFI 2016 Page 1

 .30 tv commercial "The Good Dinosaur"

 

Wyoming Dinosaur Center - DVD Bonus feature

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Wyoming's Great American Road Trip Sticker Campaign »

In 2016 year additional stickers are being added to the campaign. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the NPS, special centennial stickers are being created to highlight: Yellowstone, the Grand Tetons and Devil's Tower. The "Digging Up History" sticker is receiving updates to showcase Wyoming's rich paleontology history and support WOT's partnership with Disney*/Pixar's The Good Dinosaur.

If you'd like to participate in this campaign opportunity, please contact Angelina Cisneros, Brand Studio Sr.

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Governor's Hospitality & Tourism Conference »

Mark your calendar now for the can't-miss Wyoming Governor's Hospitality & Tourism Conference!  Join more than 400 industry professionals at the State's premier event dedicated to celebrating and educating Wyoming's 2nd largest industry.  Gain cutting-edge best practices, network with colleagues and increase your competitiveness.

Festivities start Sunday February 21st with the Live the Legend Welcome Reception at the Cheyenne Depot.  View the full fun filled program here.

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