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Montana Business Leader Profile: Lance Trebesch, CEO, Main Street Montana- Rural Partners Private Sector Chair

Lance Trebesch is CEO and co-owner of + Eventgroove and is responsible for all functions and operations across its three primary business units:

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State of Montana officials pledge to help communities find solutions

The one private sector representative with Cooney was Lance Lee Trebesch, who is one of the owners of in Harlowton.

This isn’t a fiber-optical illusion, Harlowton: High-Speed Internet Updated in Central Montana – Just in time for

With 20 employees in Harlo and 15 more working remotely from their homes in Lewistown, Livingston, Billings, and Twodot, Ticket Printing has expanded to become one of the area’s largest commercial employers.

Montana Made: TicketPrinting in Harlowton

TicketPrinting.Com http://www.TicketPrinting.Comwas started in 2001 and has developed into one of the largest online ticket destinations in the country.

Montana’s – What’s so great about tickets?

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Senator Jon Tester to Washington: Don’t Tax Internet Shoppers

"Creating more bureaucratic red tape for small businesses and yet another tax will not help our rural communities. As a small business owner, I stand with Senator Tester against an internet sales tax because it will hinder job growth in Montana." Lance Trebesch, CEO of in Bozeman

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