we are passionately pursuing a Number of Projects
Although LEDA was just formed in January 2014, we are actively engaged in the following projects which were prioritized based on community input, with the goal of spurring economic development. These include:
1.Riverton airport service
Leading the Fremont Air Service Taskforce (FAST) to bring an additional air carrier to Riverton Airport. LEDA recognizes that reliable, consistent air service is a critical component of economic development. Quality air service connects the joys of rural living with the business world.
2. Broadband Fiberoptic Services
Working with national telecommunication companies to install a redundant fiberoptic line, which will encourage competitive pricing and promote e-business development.
LEDA in conjuction with our partners Union Wireless, and the State of Wyoming have secured a lease agreement for a new fiber hub in Lander, which will provide redundant fiber to our community. LEDA would like to thank Atlantic City Federal Credit Union, Central Bank and Trust, First Interstate Bank, and Wyoming Community Bank for their generous donation. County10.com
3. Wyoming Outdoor Weekend and Expo or WOW
Introducing an annual fundraising event to Lander's events calendar!
LEDA and the Lander Chamber of Commerce are co-hosting the WOW Weekend. This will be a special outdoor equipment show, and a memorable experience for attendees featuring top brands, experts, and multiple fun, outdoor field trips for the family.
4. Maintaining a vibrant online presence
Extending our outreach beyond Lander's geographic boundaries.
The LEDA board meets monthly to discuss these projects and to evaluate others that meet our mission statement and vision.
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DONATE TO LEDA TO HELP SUPPORT LANDER'S ECONOMIC FUTURE!
Please donate via Paypal or send your check to:
485 N Fourth Street, Lander, WY 82520
LEDA is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. Contributions may be deducted as a business expense.
Main page photo generously donated by Scott Copeland