Enzi visits small businesses for Wyoming Works tour

WYOMING – As part of his Wyoming Works tour, US Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., spent the last two weeks visiting small businesses in the southwestern and central portions of the state.

“Businesses often look pretty simple from the outside, but I’ve found it is important to get an inside look to better understand the decisions business owners have to make about hiring, inventory, accounting and everything in between,” Enzi said. “As a former small business owner, I always enjoy meeting the hard-working folks in our communities that run successful businesses.”

During the April state work period, Enzi visited businesses and attended organizational meetings around Star Valley, Kemmerer, Evanston, Green River, Rock Springs, Wamsutter, Rawlins, Casper and Douglas.

Amanda Moore and Wayne Gotfredson opened Windswept Goods in downtown Rawlins less than a year ago. They offer home décor, kitchen accessories and more. They also host crafting classes toward the back of their business. (Courtesy)

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