Cody’s Art and Beer Scenes as Well as the Plains Indian Museum up for Recognition in USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards; Cast Your Vote Daily to Show Support
CODY, Wyo., Jan. 29, 2024 – The latest round of USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards contests have Cody Yellowstone competing in three different high-profile competitions. Readers may vote once each day, and leaderboards track the competition until close to the end of voting.
Current contests include:
- “Best Small Town Beer Scene.” Voting begins today and ends Feb. 26.
- The Plains Indian Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West is in the running for “Best Small Town Museum.” Voting ends Feb. 12
- Cody was selected as the destination with the “Best Small Town Arts Scene” in 2023 and was nominated again this year. Voting ends at the end of the day Feb. 19.
“If you love Cody Yellowstone, show your support and cast your votes daily,” said Ryan Hauck, executive director of Cody Yellowstone, the marketing arm for the region that includes the towns of Cody, Powell and Meeteetse, a large swath of the Shoshone National Forest and about half of Yellowstone National Park. “Just being included in these contests is a high honor, and we think that it reflects the exceptional appeal of our destination’s attractions as well as the dedication of the many professionals who operate the museums, breweries, galleries and tours throughout the region.”
Cody and various attractions were also well-recognized by True West Magazine editors and readers last year. Cody was named “Top Western Town” and “Best Old West Art Town.” The editors also chose the Plains Indian Museum as “Best American Indian Art Collection,” and The Irma was named best “Who Slept Here Hotel.” The magazine’s readers recognized the Cody Trolley for the “Best Historic Town Tour.”
Home of the Great American Adventure, Cody Yellowstone is comprised of the northwestern Wyoming towns of Cody, Powell and Meeteetse as well as the valley east of Yellowstone National Park. The region is known for rodeos, authentic guest and dude ranches, world-class museums and recreational adventures that reflect the adventurous spirit of the visionaries and explorers who brought the remote region to the world’s attention.
Mesereau Travel Public Relations