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December 11, 2017

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Intro to the partner and focus on member benefits.
Developing and growing businesses requires a toolbag of business resources and a strong network to draw ideas and solutions from. The Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA) is just that resource. MEDA sponsors educational seminars, workshops and conferences to advance the economic development profession. MEDA is a coordinator for the statewide...
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December 07, 2017

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U.S. Department of Transportation Bonding Education Program (BEP)
Great Falls, Montana December 12th, 13th & 14th, 2017 The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bonding Education Program (BEP) is a no-cost program tailored to small minority, woman and veteran owned businesses competing for construction-related contracts. This class will consist of a comprehensive set of sessions designed to address what a business...
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December 04, 2017

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Business relationships build business: become a Great Falls Chamber Member.
Join the Great Falls Chamber and begin working with a network of professional business leaders who are working to improve the community. Members have access to business resources and are part of a business advocacy group seeking to improve business climate and growth. Additionally, your membership includes workshops and seminars...
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November 27, 2017

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Rich scenery and rugged backpacking adventures found at the Two Medicine Encounter site.
Before Going-to-the-Sun Road was constructed, Two Medicine was a primary destination for travelers arriving by train. After spending a night at Glacier Park Lodge, visitors climbed on horseback to travel to Two Medicine for a night in one of several rustic chalets or canvas tipis built by the Great Northern...
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November 20, 2017

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Wildlife, recreation and the Rocky Mountains converge in Choteau, Montana
Welcome to Choteau, the Gateway to the Rocky Mountain Front.  Choteau was incorporated in 1913 and currently has a population of 1,684, as of the 2010 census. Choteau is the county seat of Teton County and has a rich agricultural history.   For many, Choteau evokes striking images of the Rocky...
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November 13, 2017

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Excellent hunting and recreation opportunities provided by Shelby, Montana.
Shelby, Montana, the county seat of Toole County, is located in north central Montana, approximately 30 miles south of the Canadian border and about 80 miles east of Glacier National Park. Known for the exceptional bow hunting opportunities, Shelby has a healthy pronghorn antelope population within a few short miles of...
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November 06, 2017

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Beauty and relaxation await the travelers to the City of Cut Bank, Montana.
Just a short drive from Glacier National Park, the City of Cut Bank, Montana welcomes visitors and new residents with hospitality and a rich historical past. Hotels can fill early with visitors interested in the rich hunting, fishing or sightseeing. Visitors are also rewarded with spectacular summer activities and festivals. July...
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October 30, 2017

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Malmstrom Air Force Base is an economic drive for Montana.
Malmstrom Air Force Base is a United States Air Force base in Great Falls, Montana that has its roots all the way back to 1939. Today Malmstrom has 3,400 active-duty military personnel and another 4,500 military family dependents, civilian employees and contractors attached to the base, creating an estimated economic impact...
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Toole County named after Joseph Toole, the first and fourth governor of Montana, was established in 1914 from parts of Hill County and Teton County. As of the 2010 census, the population was 5,324. Its county seat is Shelby.