Our Mission at the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce is to “Promote an Environment for Business to Grow.”
With that, we work to develop the tools needed from a Chamber to network, advertise, involve, and promote opportunities for our member businesses and individuals.
We hope the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce website helps you understand the wealth of opportunities offered by the Chamber and that you are able to seize these opportunities to help you grow your business. Under the Chamber umbrella, there are several additional organizations/groups. Those of which include: Leadership Cheyenne County, Keep Sidney Beautiful, and Community of Employers.
The Chamber works on behalf of its members and the entire business community to improve Cheyenne County’s economic climate and help businesses thrive. One of the ways is through retail economic assistance and business develop programs in conjunction with the City of Sidney. We provide the chance for our members to network through our Ambassador Business After Hours and ribbon cutting ceremonies, and provide training and enrichment opportunities. We believe in the power of community and encourage and provide opportunities to serve and become involved. The Chamber advocates and lobbies at the federal, state, and local levels on behalf of business interests for our members and community. Being a member of the Chamber offers businesses heightened credibility among their peers and customers. Membership is open to all businesses and individuals. The Cheyenne County Chamber is a non-profit, membership-driven organization supported by member investors.
Cheyenne County Chamber staff are excited to assist you! Please contact us at the information below:
Hope grew up in Sidney and returned to start working at the Cheyenne County Chamber in June 2018. Hope loves working with business owners and community members.
Chamber Membership Relations
Eric brings excitement to the office with his willingness to jump in to new projects and brings a creative mind when working on events and programs. Eric has lived in Cheyenne County since 2007.