$14 for One-Year Subscription to "Big Sky Business Journal" ($29 Value)

Billings / Bozeman

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  • Local & national issues
  • Oldest business publication in Montana
  • Two issues per month

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Big Sky Business Journal - Billings / Bozeman: $14 for One-Year Subscription to "Big Sky Business Journal" ($29 Value)

Before the printing press, most people got their news through a complicated game of telephone, meaning news such as “The King has abdicated” was commonly mistranslated to “The King has killer abs.” Enjoy the benefits of modern media with today's Groupon: for $14, you get a one-year subscription to Big Sky Business Journal (a $29 value).

The oldest business publication in Montana, Big Sky Business Journal spouts a fountain of information regarding economic trends, government, and politics in the Treasure State. Family-owned and independent of any daily newspaper, Big Sky Business Journal’s authoritative and informed editorial voice and focus will appeal to serious businessmen searching for in-depth, insider coverage, such as the publication’s look into the impact of local storm-water mitigation and its extensive profile of KOA chief operating officer Pat Hittmeirer. The Big Sky Business Journal is printed on the first and 15th of each month, an ample amount of copy for those hungry for economic news—whether you want to learn about Montana’s recession recovery or find out why Bill Gates offered your 8-year-old neighbor’s lemonade stand a $2.9 billion buyout.

_Big Sky Business Journal_

The brainchild of Dennis and Evelyn, Big Sky Business Journal holds the distinction as Montana's oldest business publication. Since 1982, the periodical—published twice each month—has kept readers abreast of economic trends in the Treasure State. Family-owned and independent of any daily newspaper, Big Sky Business Journal focuses on fellow small, local businesses and the figures behind them. It also takes a macro look at the economy, helping business owners and patrons alike understand how state and national policies affect them.


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