Montana’s Fifteen Minutes Of Fame May Not Be Over After All
Montana's 15 minutes of fame may not be over after all. Not a lot of people in Montana want to hear that. We are still in the spotlight, maybe more than people think or want.
Montana's Fifteen Minutes of Fame Might Be Coming To An End
Montana Is Still on the Spotlight
Here are some of the reasons why we won't have the state all to ourselves,, just yet.
- The television show "Yellowstone" may not be filming in Montana at the moment, it may not ever be coming back. But the TV show "1923" may be coming back into production in Butte, now that the WGA strike is over. The Bitterroot Valley will also be the site for filming the television show "1944" starring Matthew McConaughey.
- Recently there were sightings of a private plane from Dubai that was in Boseman, Montana. There is a Dubai investment group that is building a resort in Big Sky, Montana.
- Montana saw some huge numbers in both of our national parks this year. Both Yellowstone and Glacier saw big numbers.
- Trying to get a camping site around the state of Montana has been a hassle due to overcrowding and campers reserving sites early.
- Montana has two towns ranked as some of the best in the nation for raising a family.
- Montana ranked number one when it came to people moving here during Covid. That was only three years ago, and people will keep moving here.
Montana May Be in the Spotlight For a While
It really does not look like that of Montana is quite out of the national and international spotlight. It also doesn't look like we will be getting out of it any time soon. What that means for the state of Montana, only time will tell.
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