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Destination Montana: Governor's conference looks to capture more #MontanaMoments

March 15, 2017View for printing

"What we're looking for are people who will provide a high degree of economic impact and are excited about Montana,"

TOM KUGLIN tom.kuglin@helenair.com

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Governor Bullock Announces 2017 Montana Tourism Award Winners http://www.matr.net/article-75982.html

Thank You To Our 2017 Governor's Conference on Tourism and Recreation Sponsors March 12-14 in Helena. http://www.matr.net/article-75881.html

Butte.Elevated wins Marketing Campaign of the Year at the Montana Tourism Awards. http://www.matr.net/article-75969.html

Ekalaka, Montana's 'Dino Shindig' wins "Event of the Year" at the Governor's Conference on Tourism and Recreation http://www.matr.net/article-75973.html

Two Butte entities recognized at state tourism conference http://www.matr.net/article-75998.html

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About the Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development: Mission Statement

The Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development markets Montana’s spectacular unspoiled nature, vibrant and charming small towns, breathtaking experiences, relaxing hospitality, and competitive business climate to promote the state as a place to visit and do business. Its goal is to sustain and enhance the quality of life for all Montanans and their communities by strengthening the economy through job creation and business development. In conjunction with other divisions of the Montana Department of Commerce and partners around the state, MOTBD’s programs aim to support businesses through technical assistance, research, and access to grants and loans while inspiring visitation to maximize the economic impact of tourism, encourage private sector investment and ensure that Montana is a great place to live, work and play today and for future generations.

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