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November 10-12, 2022


The Grand Summit Hotel, 4000 Resort Drive, Park City, UT 84098

There are approximately 5.2 million sheep in the United States. 923,000 of them are located in Idaho(7th in the nation), Nevada, Utah(5th in the nation), and Wyoming(4th in the nation). November 10-12  we will gather together in Park City, UT for The West Central States Wool Growers Convention for professional development, networking, and delicious food —and we want you there with us!


We would like to take this opportunity to formally invite you to this convention. Any of you. All of you. Because we know without a doubt that we are better together! 

Convention Registration: Registration information can be found here and we urge you to register asap to help us plan for meals.  If you register before October 28, 2022, you will receive the early bird registration pricing and you will be automatically entered in to win a Camp Chef Yukon. Registration is $150 per person, or $280 per couple. 

Hotels: We will be staying at the Grand Summit Hotel in Park City, UT which is only 35 minutes from the SLC Airport. Rooms are $179/night plus a $25 resort fee. To get a room in our room block during the convention dates use this link and book online. If you are coming early or extending your stay you can still get our block rate + or - three days by calling 855-332-1601 - option 1, then option 3. This is a reservation line dedicated to making reservations for group guests. Guests can call every day from 8am-5pm MT. Please have the guests reference the group code (BPCUWG22) or the group name (UWGA Convention 2022).

The sheep industry has always been, and will continue to be a family-oriented organization and we encourage you to bring your families and enjoy the convention. As such, children 10 and under will eat free at the convention. However we still need a count for meals so don't forget to include them on your registration. We can't wait to see you all in Park City in November. 



The West Central States Wool Growers Convention Committee 

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