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How COVID-19 Affects Current Business Trends

by Mike Lambert The recent COVID-19 pandemic and resulting public health orders have closed or limited operations for small businesses throughout the state, creating uncertainty among both consumers and business owners. As the country begins to reopen, business owners are rethinking their operations and looking for examples of how they can operate in this uncharted business…

Governor Gordon allocates $50 million in additional funding to the Business Interruption Stipend Program

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon has allocated $50 million in additional funding from the federal CARES Act to the Business Interruption Stipend Program to ensure the program keeps pace with demand from small businesses across the state. The additional funding is available to businesses with 50 employees or fewer to help them recover from…

Albany County Tourism Board COVID-19 Marketing Co-op Program

For a limited time as part of COVID-19 relief, Albany County Tourism Board and Visit Laramie would like to offer a special co-op advertising opportunity to local businesses. The goal of this program is to help our community rebound quicker and to help aid our local businesses, friends, and neighbors in the community with advertising…

statewide orders

Statewide Order pertaining to bars, restaurants, theaters

Governor Mark Gordon announced on April 28, 2020 that new public health orders effective May 1 will allow places of public accommodations to reopen under specific operating conditions.

Statewide order pertaining to Child care facilities

Governor Mark Gordon announced on April 28, 2020 that new public health orders effective May 1 will allow child care facilities to reopen under specific operating conditions.

Statewide Order Pertaining to nail salons, hair salons and barber shops; cosmetology, electrology and esthetic services; massage parlors; and tattoo, body art and piercing shops

Governor Mark Gordon announced on April 28, 2020 that new public health orders effective May 1 will allow nail salons, hair salons, barber shops, massage therapy, tattoo, piercing, cosmetology, etc, to reopen under specific operating conditions.