2017 WOI attendees

Attendee Amber Still, marketing and Communications Specialist at United Way of Laramie County, enjoys a laugh with friends during the 2017 Women of Influence conference.

Ticket prices for the sixth annual Wyoming Women of Influence Conference and Awards Banquet, August 16th at Little America in Cheyenne, are set to increase on Monday. If you have been planning to go, now is the time to lock in early bird prices:

Banquet only: $50

Conference only: $100

Combination ticket for banquet and conference: $125

On Monday, all ticket prices will increase by $25.

You can purchase your tickets here. https://purchase.growtix.com/e/women_of_influence_2018

From 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., attendees can expect a full day of motivational speakers, networking, informational exhibits and professional headshots provided by Ardent.

“Then, we hope you’ll join us for the awards banquet at 6 p.m. to help us celebrate the contributions of women who have helped make Wyoming the great state it is today,” explained Wyoming Business Report Editor MJ Clark. “You’ll be introduced to all 121 of the award nominees, then learn more about the finalists and then – in an exciting reveal, meet this year’s honorees.”

The identity of the 10 Women of Influence honorees for 2018, the Mentor of the Year and the Best Company to Work For is a tightly kept secret – so nobody, including the honorees, will know who they are in advance. Everyone will share in the excitement.

In addition, many previous honorees will be in attendance. It’s going to be a great opportunity to meet some of the the most influential women from across Wyoming.

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