Tourism continues to grow in Cheyenne and Wyoming
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Visit Cheyenne is celebrating a stellar year as we end the first quarter of 2023.
And so far, experts say they have seen a growth of 7 percent in 2023 after a banner year in 2022.
Cheyenne tourism keeps growing, and this summer will be no exception.
The summer lineup has Fridays on the Plaza, Hell on Wheels, Edge Fest and Cheyenne Frontier Days are around the corner.
The lineup promises to be big, and the turnout even bigger.
International tourism continues to open up, and global visitors show up to see cowboy culture in the capital city.
Wyoming tourism has about a 4-hundred million dollar impact, and CFD days bring in over 40 million dollars alone.
As the summer heats up, so will the activities, such as the music scene.
“Places like the Lincoln, Outlaw, all of those things have just this great lineup not just for the summer, really for the rest of the year. And we’re really excited to get all of that music out to our residents and our visitors alike,” said Domenic Bravo, CEO and President of Visit Cheyenne.
Bravo says that tourism helps grow our local economies and helps save taxpayers money in sales tax and services.
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