• July Quarterly Breakfast!

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    The first Energy Capital Economic Development Quarterly breakfast was held on July 9th and was a resounding success.  The event sponsor, JORDANS, hosted the event and provided a fantastic venue to kick off our Quarterly Breakfasts.  Over 50 community leaders attended and enjoyed a great breakfast, great networking and some important community information.

    Be sure to join us at our next Quarterly breakfast on October 8, 2015 at the Gillette College Tech Center.

    This event will be free to attendees thanks to our sponsor, Gillette College.

    Space is limited! Please RSVP to Mary by October 2nd by email, mary@EnergyCapitalED.com, or by phone, 307-686-2603

  • Department of Interior’s Listening Session

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    Since 2002, Wyoming coal production has generated over $19 billion for federal, state, and local governments.  These funds go to schools, highways, and other essential services across the state. The Administration is trying to hike the cost of coal mining to raise electricity prices.  Increased energy taxes will kill jobs and state revenues. Let your voice be ...

  • Gillette Main Street Rooftop Concert Festival

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    Josh Dorr and the Lazy L Band live from the roof of Big Lost Meadery! (Tickets are $20, $15 if you played corn hole) Corn hole Tournament ($20 per person, $15 if you purchase concert ticket) Chalk Art Festival benefitting Make-a-Wish Foundation ($10 per person) Food Vendors, Beer Garden https://www.facebook.com/events/375169082692041/

  • Governor Mead and Senator Enzi address the Energy Strategy and BLM Hearings

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    To read both press releases addressing Governor Mead's Energy Strategy and Senator Enzi on the BLM hearings, please click here.

  • Peregrine Leadership, Coaching & Mentoring

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    If you're interested in building successful teams? Increase productivity? To attract, retain, and promote quality employees? Then join Energy Capital Economic Development investor, Peregrine Leadership Institute, on August 25 - 26 for their 2-Day Coaching and Mentoring Workshop. The focus of the Coaching and Mentoring workshop is building and developing your team. Register by visiting www.peregrineleadership.com/events ...


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Campbell County population:

46,000

Median Income:

$75,000

Primary industries:

Energy (oil and gas, coal), medical, school district

Top five employers:

Campbell County School District; Peabody Energy; Thunder Basin Coal; Campbell County Health; Cloud Peak Energy

Tax Rate:

Personal income 0%; Corporate Income 0%; Sales Tax 6% (State 4% - County 2%)

Unemployment Rate:

2.8%


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