Two Butte entities recognized at state tourism conference

March 15, 2017

Two Mining City entities are being recognized for their contributions to tourism and recreation advocacy in Montana.

Representatives for Butte.Elevated -- a tourism campaign launched last spring by a coalition of public, non-profit and private organizations -- accepted the Marketing Campaign of the Year Award Monday night in Helena during a ceremony for the 2017 Montana Tourism Awards. The awards are part of the Governor's Conference on Tourism and Recreation.

Jocelyn Dodge, a recreation forester serving several jurisdictions in southwest Montana, including in Butte-Silver Bow, also won an award. She was named Tourism Ambassador for 2017.

Annie Pentilla

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