Big Horn County sticker concept contest open


If you could put the essence of Big Horn County on a sticker, what would it look like? Wild horses, dinosaurs, waterfalls, mountains, canyons and much more could be a part of the design.
Big Horn County, Grow Greybull, and the Lovell Area and Basin Area chambers are asking that question of the public because a Big Horn County sticker is set to become a part of the Wyoming Office of Tourism’s (WOT) Track Your Trip program.
Maps of Wyoming are given to visitors so they can track their trip(s) across the state. Each map features locations where stickers may be collected. The back of the maps showcase each sticker that is available.
Big Horn County is included on the Black to Yellow route (Black Hills to Yellowstone). Lovell and Greybull were added to the map last year, even though the county doesn’t yet have a sticker. However, visitors could pick up WOT route stickers at the chamber offices.
The county, chambers and Grow Greybull are collaborating so Big Horn County can offer its own distinctive sticker. Next year, when the sticker comes out, Greybull will be added to the map.
Design concepts should be emailed to or Beyond the design contest, each submitted idea will be entered into a pot to win Lovell Chamber Bucks and Basin Lilac Loot.
Submit concepts by Thursday, Feb. 15.