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Tuesday, December 05, 2017
The Big Sky "Chamber Chat" newsletter is sent biweekly and includes business and community news and events.  This edition features:Non-Profit Leadership Roundtable Series Continues TomorrowBig Sky Young Professionals 2018 Kick Off Party TomorrowYour Input is Needed for Big Sky's Future!BSCO Closes on Beehive Trailhead PropertyMoonlight Lodge UpdateGallatin Big Sky Weed Committee now Gallatin ...read more
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Tuesday, November 21, 2017
The Big Sky "Chamber Chat" newsletter is sent biweekly and includes business and community news and events.  This edition features:Small Business Saturday is almost here!What is Big Sky's Destination DNA? We want to hear from you!NPCA Hosting Comment Writing Party TonightHAIR Shop of Big Sky welcomes new massage therapistsVote now for Best of Big Sky!To read entire newsletter click here.  
Categories: Chamber News
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
The Big Sky "Chamber Chat" newsletter is sent biweekly and includes business and community news and events.  This edition features:TODAY! Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening at Kircher Park Tree FortAirport Runway Grand Opening TomorrowEggs & Issues: HousingJoint Madison and Gallatin County Commission Meeting in Big Sky Wednesday, November 1stExciting NEW Membership Benefits at YOUR Chamber!To read ...read more
Categories: Chamber News
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Candace Carr Strauss Named Big Sky Chamber CEOBoard of Directors Builds New Team to Support Members, Strengthen Community Leadership  Big Sky, Montana [March 14, 2017] – On June 1st, Candace Carr Strauss will take the reins as the new CEO of the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce and Visit Big Sky. Her experience over the past 20 years, in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors, has primarily been ...read more
Categories: Chamber News, Press Release
Thursday, February 23, 2017
The Big Sky Chamber of Commerce, with funding support from Gallatin County, Madison County and Big Sky Resort Tax, recently hired Sanderson Stewart, to complete a transportation study to evaluate traffic safety and operations primarily along the MT Hwy 64 corridor and to assist with planning for priority projects.  The selection of Sanderson Stewart was the result of a competitive RFP process. The ...read more
Categories: Chamber News, Press Release