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The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce is the longest-standing and leading advocate for the Flathead Valley community and business climate.

Economic Development Groups Offer Business Tips Amid Pandemic

As businesses wait for a federal stimulus package, economic development agencies recommend deferring payments, reducing costs

Kalispell Chamber Urges Immediate Adoption of Legislation to Help Workers, Businesses Impacted by the Coronavirus

“The latest proposal by Sen. McConnell and the administration would provide support for businesses of all sizes across all industries that have been significantly impacted by the spread of the coronavirus.” Kalispell Chamber of Commerce president Joe Unterreiner

Kalispell Chamber, Convention & Visitor Bureau Provide COVID-19 Resources to Business and Travel Communities

“Thank you to the citizens of the Flathead Valley for your support of local businesses. Your commitment and support, at this time will help families and small business owners survive the impacts of this pandemic and emerge stronger when the conditions improve in the next few weeks.” said Chamber President Joe Unterreiner. 

As Last Train Rolls Out of Town, a ‘New Era’ Begins in Kalispell

“Wow,” Jentz said, as the last car rumbled by.

Glacier Park International Cleared For Takeoff in 2020

Airport prepares for major expansion as passenger numbers continue to skyrocket

Kalispell Approves Tourism Business Improvement District

The city council voted to reestablish the district, which generates funding for tourism marketing

Statement of the Kalispell Chamber on the announcement of Flathead County termination of the transit agreement for Glacier National Park:

“We are concerned about the negative impacts the elimination of this shuttle service will have for visitation and accessibility to our largest tourism draw,” Joe Unterreiner, President/CEO of the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce, Convention and Visitor Bureau

Kalispell city planners want input on new pedestrian, bicycle plan

An online survey is already in place and they’ve received over 300 responses.

Kalispell, Montana’s Applied Materials is “the world’s No. 1 semiconductor and display equipment company”

Applied employs approximately 550 people in the Flathead Valley. Despite being one of the area’s biggest employers, Nye noted a lot of locals don’t realize what goes on behind Applied’s doors.

Glacier Park International to Add Direct Flights to New York City Starting in 2020

American Airlines will begin seasonal flights to LaGuardia starting next summer