BOZEMAN, Mont. - The Gallatin Valley continues to announce more and more big-name nationwide businesses opening up locations in the Bozeman area.
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BOZEMAN- Local businesses used their outdoor dining areas to keep customers safe while enjoying the summer weather, but the recent string of winter storms has brought about some tough challenges.
BOZEMAN- With the start of the new year local gyms are preparing for the possible increase in gym-goers with the COVID-19 pandemic still around.
BOZEMAN- Gallatin Recreation has seen nonstop business since the stay-at-home order was lifted selling all-terrain vehicles, side-by-side off-road vehicles, and now snowmobiles for those anxious to get out of the house.
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BOZEMAN- Dempsey and Wyatt Hicks had to wait a few weeks to open their new bar and liquor store Single Barrel during the pandemic which has slowly turned into a booming Bozeman business.
BOZEMAN- With the holidays right around the corner, Jewelry Studio is trying to keep up with the demand while seeing a better-than-expected year during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
BOZEMAN- Treasure State Inc. is a growing Belgrade based concrete construction company looking to get all of their major road projects done before the winter puts them to a halt.
BOZEMAN- Round House Ski and Sports Center believes this winter season could be one of the more anticipated ski seasons in their 50 years of serving the Gallatin Valley.
BOZEMAN- Mitch Bradley, owner of Heebs Fresh Market, said their grocery store ordered more turkeys than they ever have for this uncertain holiday season.
BOZEMAN- Jack and Nan Thanepohn moved out to Bozeman in 1984 thinking they were going to be farm hands but ended up growing a booming mattress company making everything right in the Gallatin Valley.
BOZEMAN- With more and more people choosing to move out to “The Last Best Place,” MOBLHOM rental housing company looks to provide short-term places to live for those who need them.
LIVINGSTON- James Langteaux finds himself making coffee for the people of Livingston after a long career of filmmaking and being an author, but the journey was a long one.