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Roaming Gnome gets lost in Montana

According to Travelocity CEO Sam Gilliland, the company’s four-month long campaign to promote Montana began two months ago when it began showcasing the state on its Web site. Since then, hotels that advertise with Travelocity have seen a 40 percent increase in bookings, Gilliland said, while featured bookings have seen an 80 percent increase.

Fort Peck: Big water, big fish, big business in Montana

"We’ve had a lot more fishermen, in particular from North Dakota and Wyoming, and I would guess some of that is due to the rising water levels and good fishing," she said. "Fishermen talk and spread the word. We’ve had a good salmon season this year and people are talking."

Billings Chamber of Commerce wins regional promotion contract

The Billings Chamber has said it wants to market Custer Country as a historic adventure.

Iowans ‘get lost’ in Montana — on purpose

When the state tourism office started telling folks to "Get Lost" in Montana, Jody Kelly took it to heart.

Revving Up for the National Model T Tour – Montana Majestic Mountain T Tour rolls through valley Aug. 1 to Aug. 7

Get your century-old motors running, and get ready to head out on the highway – the national Ford Model T tour is coming to the Flathead.

A point made: Montana offers much more than fishing

Consider raspberries, for example.

Visitors get a true taste of Montana at the Last Chance Ranch

Life is good at the Last Chance Ranch.

Montana tourism ads gain added attention

There are signs of illness surrounding some of the state’s tourism marketing efforts this summer – and the director of Travel Montana is delighted.

Forest Grove Lodge – Grove regrown: Couple’s luxury bed and breakfast lodge helps awaken once well-traveled area near Tarkio, Montana

"In the mornings the birds here are unbelievable. Yesterday morning I heard an elk bugle, and I’ve never heard them bugle in the summer."

Montana ad campaign goes viral, upping expectations for tourist season

In marketing terms, “going viral” can mean taking advantage of social media to spread a message, or to relying on other, unpaid media and word-of-mouth to give a campaign legs far beyond its initial exposure and cost.