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Thank you to all that attended the Cheyenne County Development Corporation (CCDC) Annual Meeting, held November 18th at the Majestic Restaurant. Many thanks to the Majestic Staff for the wonderful dinner and dessert.
New Officers elected for the coming year are President-Kary Zweygardt (Crossroads Studio), Vice-President-Bud Erskin (Majestic Truck Stop & Restaurant), Secretary-Rebecca Butler (Farm Bureau Financial) and Treasurer-Jason Padgett (Eagle Communications). Additional Board Members are Lila Whitmore (City of St. Francis) and Justin Culwell (Cornerstone Real Estate, LLC).
The big announcement of the evening was the upcoming fundraiser—CHEYENNEOPOLY. Working with a company that has been in business for over 34 years to produce a game, similar to Monopoly, but with local businesses participating, CCDC is taking orders for available spaces on the board. This is a unique fundraising program to promote Cheyenne County and the local business community. Everyone can participate—several sponsor levels. This is a great way for advertisers to get outstanding ad value –this advertising is permanent and targeted to the local families, alumni and guests in the area.
500 of these games will be ordered and sold for $30 each. Advanced game sales are encouraged. The ad deadline is January 10, 2020, in order to have games by March 29, 2020. Spaces range in price from $50.00-$500.00, so every business can participate, and are available now by contacting the CCDC Office at 785-332-3508 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Cheyenne County Businesses are encouraged to participate in this unique game for Cheyenne County. Welcome to the future CHEYENNEOPOLY.
Kade Wilcox with RURAL & REMOTE was here recently to speak with a group of residents interested in working from home, a co-working space, or coffee shop. There are several types of remote work-Technical, Professional and Support. If you think you might be interested in this type of career, or would like more information about Rural & Remote, please contact the Cheyenne County Development Corporation at email@example.com.
From the CCDC Board of Directors—Have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday.
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