Our Vision: Lead the industry in innovative and competitive methods that inspire travel for the sustainable economic and social benefits tourism brings to Wyoming communities and residents.
In Case You Missed It: New Wyoming Media Library Webinar
The Wyoming Media Library is a versatile media distribution hub for visual marketing assets across the entire state of Wyoming. The Wyoming Office of Tourism has recently enhanced this platform with the help of Crowdriff. In this webinar, WOT walks through the platform for you, and a special guest from Crowdriff shares about the new Connect Portal, a simple tool for partners to share social media content with WOT.

Watch the webinar here or on our industry site.
For more information, contact:
Lauren Eimers
Industry Partnerships Manager
WOT on the Move: Celebrating the Women's Suffrage Anniversary

From June 7-12, the Wyoming Office of Tourism and Edelman welcomed 10 media for a group trip in celebration of the 150th anniversary of women's suffrage and today's leading Wyoming women.

The ten journalists were primarily female writers, bloggers and broadcast media from the U.S. representing national and regional outlets including: Aventura Magazine, Bustle, Chicago Tribune, Hello Giggles, Insider, Mountain Living, TripSavvy, Seattle Times, The Jet Set (TV) and more.  
For more information, contact:
Piper Singer
Public Relations & Media Manager
We Need Your Help: Call for Local Writers

WOT is looking for bloggers and freelance writers from across the state to participate in a new local ambassadors program. If interested, please contact Lauren Seidl with questions or suggestions.
For more information, contact:
Lauren Seidl
Communication & Content Manager
Reminder: TravelWyoming.com Business Listings
Wyoming partners can create a free listing on TravelWyoming.com for tourism-related businesses and events. Remember, by posting content and photos to a listing on our website, you are confirming that all assets, both written and visual, are your property and that you/the business have the rights to all information on the listing.

What can be submitted as a tourism business listing? Click here for our guidelines and instructions.
For more information, contact:
Chris Hauser
Brand Integration Sr. Coordinator
Tradeshow Recap: Travel Alliance Partners
WOT recently partnered with Visit Cheyenne and Little America in securing the Travel Alliance Partner's annual conference-- TAP Dance, in Cheyenne from June 9-12. TAP gathered their network of operators for this event and arranged appointments between operators looking for new product and destinations looking to sell. Wyoming was represented by Domestic Partnerships Manager, Abigail Martin alongside Carbon County's Leslie Jefferson, Albany County's Scott Larson, and Laramie County's Jill Pope to sell the state collectively. 26 different travel companies were solicited. Contact information for these companies can be found here .
After the conference, WOT sponsored and hosted a special tour for 15 operators who explored attractions and amenities along the eastern side of the state visiting the following destinations:
  • Isabella's Cafe in Newcastle
  • Devils Tower National Monument
  • Gillette's Big Lost Meadery
  • Gillette's Pizza Carello
  • Gillette's Frontier Auto Museum
  • Gillette's Rock Pile Museum
  • Wright's Durham Bison Ranch
  • Casper's College National Finals Rodeo
  • Casper's Yellowstone Garage
  • Casper's Gruner Brothers Brewing
  • Casper's Ugly Bug Fly Shop
  • Casper's Historic West Tours
  • Fort Laramie National Historic Site
  • Cheyenne's Old West Museum
  • Cheyenne's Rib & Chop House

For more information, contact:
Abigail Martin
Domestic Partnerships Manager
Lauren Eimers | Industry Partnerships Manager | (307) 777-6706 lauren.eimers@wyo.gov
#ThatsWY #Wyoming

Join the industry conversation on our