JACKSON, Wyo. — Outpost just seems to keep growing. And with more than 100 community members in its employ, it’s not just expanded services the property management company has to brag about. It’s the culture and community it fosters among its own employees.

Outpost’s offerings have grown — both the newly acquired Snake River Roasting Co., and the freshly launched Terrain Landscaping + Snow Removal will operate under the same values as Outpost, putting its employees and the Jackson community at the forefront.

Outpost’s community ethos extends out of the office, too. It’s not hard to cross paths with one of Outpost’s 100+ employees out and about around Jackson. Outpost’s involvement in the community is hard-won. The company is proud of the different causes it supports throughout the community. It has donated to over 14 local organizations in the past year alone, and what it can’t give in money it makes up for in time. Outpost employees regularly volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.

Outpost employees regularly volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and other causes. Photo: Outpost

They also practice good stewardship every day, in their business practices and in their day-to-day lives.

Of course, Outpost employees also know the value of a good time. When Corey Jennings, Outpost’s director of sales and revenue, performed with her band at the Knotty Pine after Music on Main last summer, the whole office showed up to support her. They’re proud to get along with each other and with their fellow community members and neighbors.

Because running a good business isn’t just about having a lot of employees. It’s about having a lot of happy employees. Outpost knows this well. So even though the business serves visitors and second home owners, Jackson locals are its heart and soul.

That might be why the community continues to vote for Outpost as “Best Property Management Company” in Best of Jackson Hole, year after year. And you can vote for them again this year. Cast your ballot before 11:59 p.m. Jan. 31 to have your vote counted in this year’s competition.