Montana’s Gallatin Valley business owner talks about language differences opening a restaurant


BOZEMAN – As the Hispanic community in Bozeman continues to grow some open their own local business they face some language hurdles here in the valley.

Jazmin Guerrero moved to Montana at the beginning of this year, now in a new state and new city she helps to manage Mr. Burritos, a family-owned business that started as a food truck near Belgrade and has grown to a new restaurant in Four Corners.

“When I meet new people they always ask me where I work and I say ‘oh Mr. Burritos, the famous Mr. Burritos here in Bozeman,’” says Guerrero.


By: Edgar Cedillo

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