Visit Cheyenne to offer Google training to local hospitality businesses

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (KGWN) -- Visit Cheyenne is looking to help local businesses improve their online presence. Darren Rudloff, President and CEO of Visit Cheyenne, said, "We're now popping in the global world. We're competing against not just Nebraska, not just Fort Collins, we're competing with cities around the globe."

Press Release | On Monday, May 13, Visit Cheyenne will offer free training to improve how local hospitality businesses look online in Google Searches, on Google Maps and Street View, and in new features like the Google Travel Guide.
The training session will take place on Monday, May 13, from 9 am to noon in the Sinclair Room at Little America Hotel and Resort.
Google is investing millions on new features for the travel industry so making sure local business look good in the Google world is vitally important.
Truly360, a certified Google company, will be providing the training.
To RSVP or for more information, please email laura@cheyenne.org or call 778-3133.
In addition, from June 27-July 3, the Truly360 team will be back in Cheyenne with a Google Street View camera to document local tourism attractions, visitor and info centers, lodgings and businesses for Google Street View. The company will also shoot images for ten 360-degree panoramic tours of our top tourism attractions
Visit Cheyenne is the official Destination Marketing Organization for Laramie County, Wyoming and is the leader in developing, promoting and protecting the Cheyenne area's travel industry.