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The Main Street Montana Project aims to engage Montanans from all walks of life and from every corner of the state to build a business plan for Montana. This plan will build on the strengths that have made Montana great, and finds solutions to challenges that our businesses and workers have faced for years. The plan will find specific steps to address the unique needs of Montana’s diverse communities.
This process can’t be completed without input from Montanans like you. Please take a few minutes to click on the link below to be a voice for your community in this process. We want to hear from you about what should be done for businesses and workers in Big Sky Country. The survey takes less than ten minutes, and gives you an opportunity to impact Montana’s economic future for years to come. The information collected from these surveys will help the Project develop concrete proposals to create jobs and encourage business growth.
Two Month Project Update
Two months ago, Governor Steve Bullock announced the creation of the Main Street Montana Project, an effort to build a business plan to support the creation, recruitment and retention of Montana jobs. Following through on his believe that the private sector knows best how to create jobs in the state, Governor Bullock tasked Larry Simkins, President and CEO of the Washington Companies, and Bill Johnstone, President and Chairman and CEO of D.A. Davidson & Co. with leading the Main Street Montana Project. The Project aims to tap into the work-ethic and ingenuity of Montanans to ensure that Montana’s economy remains strong for years to come.