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WLRA Member Testimonials!

The “Proud to be a WLRA member” section of the E-newsletter showcases member properties from across the state.  Read More »


Lovejoy's Bar & Grill and Altitude Chophouse & Brewery

“There are an overwhelming number of details to consider when running a restaurant and as our businesses grew, we recognized that we needed to focus our energy on the details we knew best and to leave the rest to the experts,” Robillard says. “The support we receive through the WLRA helped us to take the guesswork out of successfully managing our operations.”   Read More »

Pizzeria Venti and 2 Doors Down

With years of restaurant expertise and the hospitality of the world’s greatest neighbors, Cheyenne natives Jerry and Sandy Inniss serve up fantastic made-to-order food at their two restaurants Pizzeria Venti and 2 Doors Down.   Read More »

Taylor Creek Exxon & Deli

Cindy and Rich Dingman bought the Taylor Creek Exxon and Deli in Dubois 7 years ago.   Read More »

Dixon Motel

The town of Dixon, Wyoming is located on the Little Snake River Valley, the south central gateway to the Medicine Bow National Forest. The town of Dixon is proud to be the home of the Dixon Motel.   Read More »

James Yates

The Wyoming legend of Steamboat began in 1894, in the wild western terrain of Wyoming.  Read More »

Skyler Inn

The Skyler Inn in Casper is a home away from home for many people who work and play in the Oil City. Owner Doug Walker is a long-time member of the WLRA and he sat down recently to share his experience in running an extended-stay property and the benefits he finds in membership.  Read More »

Bitter Creek Brewing

Nestled in downtown Rock Springs is a welcome sight for the hungry, weary, thirsty traveler – Bitter Creek Brewing.  Read More »

Nagel Warren Mansion

Tucked away amid the hustle and bustle of downtown Cheyenne on the edge of the historic “Cattle Baron’s Row” is the Nagle Warren Mansion Bed & Breakfast.  Read More »

Hulett Motel

The Hulett Motel is family-owned and operated. Their motto of "still serving customers the old-fashioned way" is a testament to their values and history. In fact, the Hulett Motel was built in 1910 and once housed the area's first livery stable.  Read More »

HQ Southern BBQ

What I value most about being a member in the WLRA is that they provide me with the information and leave the rest to me. I love knowing that if I have any questions, all I have to do is call Devin or Chris, people I know by name.  Read More »

Mill Inn

Though hotels quite often are unique to their owners, you will find in Sheridan a most-unexpected look for a hotel: a former flourmill. Owned by Torrey and Karen Moody since 1992, the Mill Inn has seen its fair share of Sheridan history.  Read More »

Johnson Restaurant Group

John Johnson, current President of the Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association and owner of Johnson Restaurant Group based in Casper has been in the restaurant business for many years.  “If you’re in this business, you need all the help you can get, and the WLRA is a great place to start.”  Read More »

Paintbrush Motel

According to Rod Hoffner, co-owner of the Paintbrush Motel in Riverton, "The WLRA gives us a voice. It's hard as a small business owner to keep informed about the many different things that could affect your business. From government control to special interest groups that think they know a better way to run this industry, we feel it's important to have an ear to the ground."  Read More »

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