Meet the Crook County Promotions Council (CCPB) Board of Directors
About the CCPB Board of Directors
The Crook County Promotion board is responsible for promoting the growth and development of Crook County in Wyoming. The board was established on the 26th day of July, 1989. A Joint Powers Agreement between the towns of Sundance, Hulett, Moorcroft, Pine Haven, and the board of County Commissioners of Crook County, Wyoming had been signed on the 13th day of July 1989 which paved the way for the Promotion Board to be created.
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Growing up in Cincinnati Ohio and living in Lexington Kentucky after college, Rachel was not overly exposed to the western lifestyle outside of stories at family gatherings, movies and books. When she was 13, her grandparents took her an Airstream adventure which brought them right to Crook County. She remembers the feeling of awe when seeing Devils Tower and experiencing some of the many museums. Little did she know that her future husband was from this same area and she would raise their family in the Black Hills of Wyoming.
Rachel works on their 5th generation family ranch just south of Alva. Together with Vic, they run a Guest Ranch and host hunters in the spring and fall, as well as maintain a small cow calf operation. It's one of Rachel's passions to introduce people to the wonders of Crook County and share the western culture with guests from all over the world.
She is representing the County on the Crook County Promotion Board.
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