Past WRSC Winners

2023 Winners

Robin Manderson and Cheryl White Bull
Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice is a mobile concession business that sells treats such as snow cones and piccadilly at community events. They specialize in creative and custom flavor combinations and fun, fresh, homemade ingredients and toppings.

Pat White, Jr.
White Eagle Tire Service

White Eagle Tire Service, located in Ethete, is the place for friendly, affordable, and professional tire repair. 

RV Hereford, Jr.
Concrete Kingz

Concrete Kingz is a concrete service that does work with sidewalks and slabs, to footers and foundations. Concrete Kingz is there to conquer all your concrete needs.

Lisa Redman
Red Wolf Designs

Red Wolf Designs is a custom quilting business that provides unique and professionally crafted quilts for special occasions, gifts and ceremonies. They offer a wide range of designs, color combinations and fabric for each customer’s specific needs.

Courtney Smith
2 Indigenous Hands

2 Indigenous Hands is a retail craft supply store, to be located in Riverton, that will carry a modern collection of supplies for beaders, quilters and other artisans. They will also support indigenous artisans by selling their work in the retail shop.

Kacy Makeshine and Deynse Ute
Indigi-Meals Pro

Indigi-Meals Pro offers delicious, nutritious, ready to eat meals delivered to your home or office with fresh new options every week.

Jacoby Hereford, Sr.
Warm Valley Smoke Wagon

Warm Valley Smoke Wagon offers home cooked flavor with fast food convenience, and brings smoked brisket to Fremont County (and beyond) through their mobile food trailer. 

Ted Thayer

RezLaw is a Native owned legal aid provider offering legal advice, services, and representation for criminal cases on the Wind River Reservation.

2022 Winners

Brittney Niedo
Brittney’s Baristas

Brittany operates a mobile coffee truck serving quality craft coffee beans locally sourced from Native American roasters. Brittany will also serve select pastries made from fresh and local ingredients. She plans to give back to her community by donating to the Boys and Girls in Fort Washakie.

Sharolyn Jimerson
Native Precision

Shay’s business will be responsible for delivering the best online user experience to enhance customer satisfaction and loyalty for the businesses that she will serve. She will be designing ideas and using various methods and latest technology.

Jessica Swallow
Ootsie Ohant

Jessica plans on opening Ootsie Ohant a “quick stop baby shop”, selling name-brand infant and child apparel at an affordable price! Her shop will feature a photo booth including seasonal backdrops for year-round availability. She will also offer custom heat-pressed t-shirts and onesies!

Jaren Brown &
Ryan Axthelm
Tree Keepers

Ryan and Jaren operate Tree Keepers, a local tree care service. Through professionalism and work ethic, the two are working to keep Fremont County beautiful, one tree at a time.

2021 Winners

Leslie Spoonhunter
Goose’s Kitchen

Goose’s kitchen is a food truck with a rotating menu of high-quality and Indigenous dishes.

Harmony Spoonhunter
Dancing Rain Consulting

Dancing Rain Consulting is digitizing records, creating websites and providing data management for businesses and tribal programs.

Eugene Coulston
Timber Beast

Timber Beast is managing natural resources while producing local timber products.

Eustace Day
Native FX Art and Design

Native FX Art and Design provides custom artwork for t-shirts, hats, signs, murals, decals and so much more.

Hannah Nicol
The Monahooboo Hut

The Monahooboo Hut is a food trailer featuring comfort food and specializing in chicken fried steak.

2020 Winners

  • Heavyhand Fencing
  • Reds Recon Automotive Detail
  • Taylor B’s T’s
  • Intertribal Wellness
  • Wildflower Salon & Spa
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