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Small Business Roadshows Scheduled In Harlowton On 11/17 And White Sulphur Springs On 11/18

November 6, 2015View for printing

As part of Governor Steve Bullock's Main Street Montana Project, the Governor's Office of Economic Development and Innovate Montana are hitting the road to support entrepreneurs and small businesses in an effort to enhance their potential to achieve growth and sustainability.

The Governor's Office of Economic Development is partnering with the Wheatland County Chamber of Commerce and Snowy Mountain Development Corporation to produce Innovate Harlowton: Small Business Roadshow and Innovate White Sulphur Springs: Small Business Roadshow. The roadshow is a casual event where business owners and potential entrepreneurs can network, share ideas and learn innovative ways to start or grow a small business. All are welcome to attend.

The Harlowton Roadshow will take place on November 17 at the Loco Creek Grill, 1304 Highway 12 in Harlowton and the White Sulphur Spring Roadshow will be on November 18 at the Peterson Building, 25 Main Street in White Sulphur Springs. Both events will start 5:00pm with a networking meet and greet event followed by presentations from Governor's office staff about Entrepreneurial Spirit and Online Marketing starting at 5:45pm. Two successful entrepreneurs, John Gahlert, owner of Stonehouse Distillery in Winston and Rachel Anderson, President of Markouture, will share their success stories. Refreshments will be provided.

Enjoy an evening with fellow businesses, Snowy Mountain Development Corporation, Montana Business Assistance Connection, the Governor's Office of Economic Development and more. Any and all are welcome.

Davey Madison

Governor's Office of Economic Development

PO Box 200801

Helena, MT 59620-00801

406-444-5634
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