Welcome to our newest Chamber Members!

Businesses always appreciate knowing how clients are referred so be sure to let them know!

Providing bookkeeping services to businesses everywhere to help keep your books in black ink. Black Ink Bookkeeping is here to take bookkeeping off of your plate, so you can focus on what you do best.

Daniel Fish Hatchery: Built in 1918, this hatchery is one of ten operated by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. We raise approximately 200,000 fish per year to be stocked across the state for anglers. Did you know this hatchery is home of the Colorado River cutthroat trout brood stock?Producing approximately 1 million eggs per year, the off spring are used in restoration efforts and to provide a diverse fishing opportunity for the public to enjoy. Visitors welcome from 8am to 5pm daily!
Chamber Members:

We want your printed brochures and advertising!

Several conferences are taking place in Sublette County this summer and we anticipate stuffing several rounds of schwag bags. Bring by your items by the end of May.

It's a great time of year to review your chamber member webpage and make updates as needed. Remember you can post jobs, events, member to member deals, and of course update your business info. Those of you with an enhanced marketing package, don't forget to view your photo gallery and video! If you need log on info, give us a call!

Those of you with a July membership renewal cycle , your 2018 membership invoice has been emailed. Thanks to those of you who have submitted payment.
Sublette Magazine
The Sublette County Magazine Business & Real Estate Guide is a well-known, long-standing publication of Sublette County business directory & relocation guide. Copies will be printed and distributed around the region. Chamber members, in good-standing, will receive a 10% discount on ads purchased. 

***Please note, we have scheduled the Sublette County maps to go out in the fall as we have boxes left from 2017-2018 printout. If you would like maps for your establishment, stop by the Chamber!***
Remember! Members have the ability to post the chamber calendar thru their member login. Contact us to reset your account or with questions!


We are working on generating a monthly calendar of happenings for summer and fall events. Please take a look and let us know if there is something we are missing!

We ask that businesses please add their event to the chamber calendar.


May 15, 2018

Business Knowledge Series: Process, Product, and Profit
Presenter: Stephanie Housley of Coral and Tusk
Location: Lakeside Lodge
RSVP: call the Chamber at 367-2242, lunch will be served
FREE to Chamber members and $15 to non members

Founder and designer Stephanie Housley will be giving a presentation on building her product, brand and business. She will talk about her design and development process, Coral & Tusk's ever growing product line, strategies for marketing and most importantly, her recent investment in building her inventory, order fulfillment and financial team right here in Pinedale!
Registration is required for this training! Plenty of spots for the customer service training session but the optional field trip is limited to 25 participants.
It's time to order your
2018 Flower Barrels from
Sage and Snow
Garden Club!

First Come, First Served. Order Deadline is May 18.
Main Street Pinedale is looking for business sponsors for this event. If you are interested, please contact Kate Dahl at: info@mainstreetpinedale.com
Community Clean Up Day
May 19, 2018
Give back to the community and help beautify Pinedale! Enjoy a volunteer BBQ lunch after. Thanks Main Street Pinedale and Pinedale Lions Club for organizing this annual event.

Chamber Members: we invite you to share promos and deals and we will share in the newsletter! Simply email: membership@sublettechamber.com
Spring Service Specials at Rocky Mountain Yeti Pinedale!
For NO CHARGE, we'll check:
  • Wheel Alignment
  • Battery Health
  • Radiator and Hoses
  • Fluid Levels
  • Tire Pressures
  • Front and Rear Brakes
Make your appointment today! (307) 367-3880
Summer Staff
We are so excited for our summer staff to join us. Summer staff will start the end of May and provide their support and expertise during the summer months. These couples are an integral part of our success. Please stop by and welcome them!

Kathy & Bob Ransom

Bob and Kathy met while serving in the US Army in Germany and married in Switzerland in 1980. After 4 years in the Army, Bob went on to serve 26 years with the US Dept. of Justice, Bureau of Federal Prisons from which he retired a Facilities Manager. His career included building, maintaining and managing federal prison buildings, as well as serving as a weapons instructor, and led us to live in 7 states.

Kathy left the Army Medical Corps in 1983 and worked in nursing, elder care, home health and finally in hospital software installations and administration. 

Bob retired in 2011 and Kathy retired in 2013, at which point they moved to an "Active Over 55 Community" in the Arizona desert. In our spare time, they like to camp and spend time in the outdoors on their jeep or motorcycle. Our other hobbies have included beekeeping, organic gardening, Great Dane breeding and golf.

Leon and Lillian Farmer

Leon and Lillian were career postal employees. Leon spent 32 years with the Postal Service covering positions from mail clerk, supervisor, Quality Control expert and Postmaster. Lillian served 34 years as an executive secretary, Personnel Director, Unit Manager, Assistant Postmaster and Postmaster. They have been married for 34 years and have been involved with numerous community organizations and activities. They are currently members of the First United Methodist Church as well as the Runaway Bay Golf & Country Club. They are active members of the Lone Star Ramblers and the Indian Nation travel clubs. Leon has been a member of the Masonic Lodge for 48 years and the Lions Club for 33 years. Lillian is a member of the local Garden Club, the Ladies Golf Association and serves as a hostess for their church. Since retiring they have traveled in their RV in 46 of the 48 states. Their first volunteer adventure was at a state historical site, the Thumb Octagon Barn on the thumb of Michigan. They were there three out of four years, taking off one summer to travel through Canada and Alaska. They also volunteered for three years at a golf resort. This will be their fourth year in Pinedale at the Visitor Center! The first three years after their retirement they camped in Pinedale at Lakeside Lodge. They made a lot of friends and it was wonderful to find a volunteer position that felt like "coming home". Looking forward to another great year in the Winds.

Bill & Lynette Gerweck

Bill grew up in South Orange, NJ and attended Transylvania College in KY and Upsala University in NJ, graduating with a degree in Business. Bill’s college days were interrupted by a stint in the US Marine Corps.  

After finishing college, Bill began working in the family propane business before working as a real estate developer in FL. Bill then ran his own construction company, closing shop in 1999. 
At that time, Bill’s college roommate recruited him to manage a growing standard bred farm named Winbak, located in Chesapeake City, MD. Under Bill’s management, the farm grew to include farms in DE, PA, NY and Canada. 

Bill retired from the farm in 2006 and has spent the last twelve years volunteering in various capacities, some of which include:
  • Cecil County MD Liquor Board
  • Cecil Community College  Board of Trustees
  • MD Racing Commission (governor appointed)

Since 2012, Bill has been volunteering in many capacities around the country. Most recently, he volunteered for the Army Corps of Engineers at the Bonneville Dam site in Cascade Locks, OR. Bill has spent time volunteering for the FL state park system in various positions, from maintenance to campground host. Bill enjoys exploring this terrific country and looks forward to the opportunity to serve the community of Pinedale, WY.   

Lynette grew up in Clark, NJ and graduated from Kean College with a degree in Elementary Education and Special Education. Lynette worked as a special education teacher in NJ for 26 years, retiring in 2013. 

Since retiring, Lynette has enjoyed volunteering around the country with her husband. Her volunteer experience began in earnest after spending a summer volunteering on a golf course in Hillman, MI. That was such an enjoyable experience, that as soon as she retired, she committed herself to exploring this country through volunteering. 

Lynette has enjoyed volunteering for the Florida State Park System in many capacities, running the information and admission gate, to serving as a campground host assisting visitors. Lynette has also volunteered with the Army Corps of Engineers at the Bonneville Dam, Cascade Locks, OR by working in the visitors information desk and gift shop. 

Lynette looks forward to serving the community of Pinedale and its visitors. 

Wyoming Association of
Municipalities Convention (WAM)

WAM represents Wyoming’s 99 incorporated cities and towns, all whom are invited to attend this 2018 annual conference. In addition to the conference, a fun run and golf tournament are taking place the Thursday of the conference. The event will be held in Pinedale June 13-15, 2018.
Contact: Maureen - Maureenrudnick@townofpinedale.us or (307)367-4136. 

Sublette County Chamber of Commerce
We have sponsorship opportunities available that support Chamber events such as Rendezvous, Mountain Man Christmas, and our Business Knowledge Series. These opportunities include a chamber membership and many other perks.
Contact Jennifer Zook: director@sublettechamber.com

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