Category: Ribbon Cuttings

tin wagon ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cuttings

Tin Wagon Boutique

Tin Wagon Boutique has moved across town, closer to a lot of other shopping in the Silverado Center. We cut the ribbon on their new

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core 307 ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cuttings

Core 307 Physical Therapy

​Brittany Farella founded CORE 307 – which stands for Coal, Oil, Ranching, and Education, the four big communities in Gillette – because she wanted to

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gillette orthodontics ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cuttings

Gillette Orthodontics

On May 31, we welcomed Gillette Orthodontics to the Chamber, and toured their new facility on Running W Drive. Dr. Brian Ward showed the Energizers

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rockpile museum ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cuttings

Rockpile Museum

On May 19, the Rockpile Museum in Gillette hosted an Open House to celebrate the opening of the Smithsonian Traveling exhibition “The Way We Worked.” The

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candys ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cuttings

Candy’s Taqueria

We welcomed Candy’s Taqueria to the Chamber on May 2nd! The restaurant has been regularly ranked as one of Gillette’s top restaurants, and reviewed with

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wyoming roofing ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cuttings

Wyoming Roofing

On April 21, we cut the red ribbon on Wyoming Roofing‘s new location, next to Starbucks on Camel Drive.  The Pink Panther even visited with us!

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my junk your trunk too ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cuttings

My Junk Your Trunk Too

“My Junk, Your Trunk” is really more of a flea market than a consignment store, says owner Tony Johnson. The store at 1300 Butcher Court in Gillette

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red daisy ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cuttings

Red Daisy Gifts

The newest consignment shop in Gillette already has a waiting list for vendors. Red Daisy Gifts opened up on Highway 14-16 next to Long’s Plumbing

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bliss nutrition ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cuttings

Bliss Nutrition

Healthy eating is a family affair for Sarah Lehmann. She opened Bliss Nutrition in January, as a place for Gillette to not only grab a

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