JACKSON, Wyo. — Many of the Jackson Hole’s landmarks — the town itself, Wilson, the Bridger Gondola — are named after the men who helped pioneer the place. But for as long as there have been strong men, there have been strong women.
A new video released by Visit Jackson Hole celebrates the fearless, independent, pioneering women who have shaped Jackson’s past and future. From the five women who made up the country’s first all-women government in 1920 to the creatives and athletes who live here today, Jackson continues to inspire trailblazing women to “stay wild.”
The video release marks the 100th anniversary of the first all-woman town council. It honors the women of Jackson’s past and shines a spotlight on the women of Jackson’s present and future — the ones who continue to keep Jackson Hole wild.
The Wild Women campaign is an evolution of the Stay Wild campaign and movement launched in 2017. The video will be featured on VisitJacksonHole.com and supported by a digital media plan highlighting individual women featured in the video.
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