BOZEMAN, Mont. - The Main Street Montana Project is making its rounds in our state.
Wednesday they were on the campus of MSU in Bozeman.
Governor Steve Bullock, along with business leaders discussed the economic situation that business workers are facing in the area.
We caught up with Governor Bullock to see how stopping in Bozeman will benefit the overall project.
"I know of so many smaller businesses and startups here in Bozeman. It is quality of life. It is a talented and trained education facility and workers. To really hear what Bozeman thinks and the surrounding area of what we need to do to take Montana forward," said Bullock.
The next stop for the roundtable discussion is in Kalispell.
It will be held at Flathead Valley Community College on Monday July 8th.
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