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  Letter from the Director

Welcome to the first WLRA e-newsletter of 2017 and thank you so very much for your membership within our association. Read More »

Free Service Animal Webinar-Sign Up Today!

The Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association worked with Representative Landon Brown and several other groups during the 2017 legislative general session to pass HB 114- Service Animals. Read More »

Fall Summit and Annual Golf Classic Save the Date

The Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association has set dates for the 2017 Hospitality and Tourism Fall Summit and the 2017 WLRA Golf Annual Classic. Read More »

WLRA is Proud to have you as a Member!

Each month the WLRA features a “Proud to be a WLRA member” section of the e-newsletter with the intention of showcasing member properties from across the state. This column is a fantastic opportunity to introduce yourself and your business to our entire membership. Read More »

Valued WLRA Member Benefits

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing the WLRA as your professional trade association, a trusted, effective and well respected group that you can identify with in your professional endeavors and respective industriesRead More »

WLRA Voices Industry Concerns in Washington, DC.

The National Restaurant Association (NRA) and the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) today announced a partnership for the largest foodservice trade association in the world to acquire the training business assets and products of the American Hotel & Lodging Association Educational Institute (AHLEI). Read More »

Celebrate Wyoming's Second-Largest Industry

Join travel, tourism and hospitality partners across Wyoming and the United States as we celebrate the power of travel during National Travel and Tourism Week, May 7 - 13, 2017. Preliminary stats from 2016 show that Wyoming welcomed more than 8.6 million overnight visitors who spent more than $3 billion dollars. Plus, the state's tourism industry supports more than 31,500 full and part-time jobs, making up 13 percent of the Wyoming workforce. Here are ways you can get involved and join your Wyoming travel and tourism partners in championing our industry: write an op-ed to your paper about what tourism means to your community or meet with your local legislators and let them know the power and impact travel has in your area. You can also join the conversation on social media by tagging your tweets and Instagram posts with #NTTW17.