Bent & Rusty

The Bent & Rusty is the first Albany County retail outlet to offer a Google Business Tour of their beautiful store. Bent & Rusty is located in Laramie’s historic downtown district. Photography is provided by and processing and moderation is provided by based in New Jersey.

Founded in 2013 The Bent and Rusty is a group of Wyoming Craftsman and Artisans who make one-of-a-kind items for those who appreciate quality and unique style. Each Craftsman and Artisan creates beautifully crafted rustic designs, rustic home designs, rustic furniture, and much more! The Bent and Rusty, also creates customized projects to cater to your personal style and specifications.

The Bent and Rusty started at Bart’s Flea Market and within several months moved to historic downtown Laramie, 117 E Grand Ave where they resided for 2 and a half years. In September of 2016 they moved to much larger location around the corner at 308 S.2nd Street.

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Howdy and welcome to! Here’s a quick explanation of what we do. We are a Google Trusted Photographer.*All of the equipment we use is certified by Google. But more important is what we can do for you.

We create a virtual tour of your business  or organization. Every image of the tour from the front door to the back provides a 360 degree view. Your virtual visitors can walk down one aisle and back the other, seeing the layout of your place of business and giving them an idea of what you have to offer the customer. Also consider that by uploading a virtual tour to Google Street View, you allow people to see the interior of your business on four different platforms:

  • Google Maps,
  • Google Search,
  • Google Street View, and
  • Embedded in your own website if you wish.

Anecdotally by way of my own experience and through scientific studies it is shown that entities on Google Maps and other Google products more effectively engage prospective customers when they offer a Google Business Tour.

You can write to us at or call us at 307.314.9818 to learn more, Click HERE >> to see our PowerPoint video and stay tuned to this blog for more information about

* One of the methods for creating a 360 tour is shown in this video. By contrast uses a DSLR camera, professional 8mm wide angle lens, panohead, and professional stitching software to create high resolution tours.