CASPER, Wyo. — Natrona County’s next tourism chief will be chosen without public input, officials say.
CASPER, Wyo. — The vast expanse of sagebrush 15 miles south of Chugwater appears the same as many such stretches along Interstate 25.
Perhaps anyone who takes a minute to stare at the mountains, forests or rivers understands the natural amenities Montanans enjoy have a value with no discernable price tag. While the intangible values may remain in the memories of family hunting camps or river floats, recent studies continue…
GREAT FALLS — Montana is losing tourism revenue because it isn’t promoting the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument enough, a new study says.
KALISPELL — A family from Alberta visiting Montana this past week would need to exchange $131.22 Canadian for $100 U.S. dollars.
MISSOULA — Tourists in Montana spent a record $3.98 billion in the state last year and that money supported more than 55,000 jobs, according to new data from the University of Montana.
MISSOULA — Tourism in Montana is booming, beef calf prices are at a 60-year high and wages are on the upswing once more, economists told a Missoula audience Friday.
POLSON — At the north end of Flathead Lake sits Bigfork, and its main drag — Electric Avenue — is packed with tourist-driven art galleries, gift shops, restaurants and a summer theater.
KALISPELL — There are two economic forecasts for the northwest corner of Montana — one for Flathead County, which remains one of the state’s fastest growing, and one for everywhere else.
MISSOULA — If you could get every person on earth to spend just 50 cents in Montana once a year, you would pump more than $3.5 billion into the state’s economy.
Tourism is an industry in Billings that, despite its economic impact, is often not considered one of our community’s heavy hitters. Energy — yes. Health care — yes. Agriculture — yes. But with more than $250 million a year flooding into Billings from visitors, the industry is one to take ser…
CASPER, Wyo. — Before snowboarders shred down hills, before skiers jump off cliffs, and before hot chocolate fills cups in lodges, ski area managers are working.
POLSON – They love it – even some of the ones who aren’t sure whether they do.
MISSOULA — Montana is counting on two words to lure tourists into the state starting this winter.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — Yellowstone National Park is reporting a record high number of visitors in October.
JACKSON, Wyo. — A second commercial operation has been permitted to conduct scenic air tours based out of the Jackson Hole Airport in Grand Teton National Park.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Wyoming Office of Tourism has hired an Ohio public relations agency to help promote the state's tourism industry.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Some business leaders and owners in the Wyoming tourist area of Jackson Hole report increased visitors this past summer.
BUTTE — Tourism across the state of Montana continued its rebound since the recession, said representatives at a tourism conference on Tuesday in Butte.
What’s next in corporate travel technology? Your smart phone is your hotel room key? Yes, it’s on its way and in some cases, already here.
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