Two tasty Laramie businesses have received auspicious (and well-deserved!) awards from the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance. The annual awards spotlight local businesses and business people, celebrating their success and impact on the community.

2024 Laramie Chamber Business Alliance Awards

Two beloved businesses received the top award at the 2024 ceremony. 307 Meat Company and the Sugar Mouse Cupcake House were named 'Large Business of the Year' and 'Small Business of the Year,' respectively.

The LCBA also named several other awardees for different categories:

  • Business Person of the Year: Rebecca Miller - ANB Bank
  • Non-Profit of the Year: Hospice of Laramie
  • The Shuster Award: Jay and Mallory Bond - Bond's Brewing
  • Community Engagement Award: UniWyo Credit Union
  • The Castle Award: Shantel Anderson

About 307 Meat Company

307 Meat Company just expanded to a new location earlier this year. The shop offers various meat products, including sausages, bacon, steak, venison, and fish. The company also provides meat processing for hunters, online orders, and more. Learn more about 307 Meat Company by visiting its website at

About the Sugar Mouse Cupcake House

The Sugar Mouse Cupcake House is a tea shop and bakery in Downtown Laramie. The shop offers British treats and gluten-free cupcakes in addition to traditional cupcakes, lunch items, tea parties, and more. (Learn how the Sugar Mouse Cupcake House got its name here.) For more info on the Sugar Mouse, visit its website at

About the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance

The Laramie Chamber Business Alliance is a member-based, non-profit organization dedicated to bringing and maintaining jobs to Laramie and helping businesses grow, expand, and develop to improve the economic well-being of Laramie and Albany County. Find out more about the LCBA by visiting

Take a Peek at Laramie's Sweetest Store: The Sugar Mouse Cupcake House

The Sugar Mouse Cupcake House charms visitors the second they see the place. Serving up delicious cupcakes and English-style eats in a whimsical pink Victorian setting, the shop is beloved by Laramie residents and visitors alike.

Gallery Credit: Phylicia Peterson, Townsquare Media Laramie/Cheyenne

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