To encourage Missoulians to vote for their town in the final round of the Social Media Tourism Symposium, Mayor John Engen reveals that he has an uncanny ability to tweet..with his mind! Impressive! You can too, and in this video he shows you how.
Missoula has made it to the final round of the Social Media Tourism Symposium online challenge! And here is all the more reason to vote for our town one final time as our friends at the Liquid Planet coffee shop are offering a special deal
With a vote of 84%, Monte Bear sent the over-sized Syracuse orange mascot rolling back home with its vine tucked between its legs (orange's have legs?) and will move on to the next round in the March Mascot Madness contest.
I realize we have been a bit bracket crazy lately, but when we see our lovable Monte Bear in need of help in an online March Madness mascot duel, those of us with Montana pride can't help but rush to his aid.
I'm a huge fan of Seize the Deal. I can't tell you how many times I've personally purchased some fantastic local services from this site. One time I bought a house cleaning package for my wife, not only because it gave her a break from her weekly chores, but it also was a screaming deal. Far less than what I'd normally pay. Then there was the time that I bought a one-hour massage for half off for my mom. Something I know she needed because, well, she raised me. You can only imagine how much stress that entailed... And now, this Thursday, everything you could ever want is 60% off, no matter what it is! If it's at seizethedeal.com, it's 60% off.
The city of Missoula has the possibility of being the host of the Social Media Tourism Symposium - also known as SoMeT. Our thriving college town will go head-to-head against 12 other cities in the United States in a "social media battle of the ages."
I've been on a running kick lately. In fact, my goal this year is to finally run Bloomsday 2013. As a born and raised Spokane native I'm actually shocked and disappointed in myself for never taking part in this annual tradition. This year, no excuses. And to get myself thoroughly prepared for this challenge, I'm going to attempt to take in as many Missoula-area 5K's as I can between now and then.
An interesting species of dinosaur skeleton discovered in Montana has been named “Obamadon” because it had long, straight teeth like the President. Donald Trump immediately demanded to see the fossil’s birth certificate. Just kidding! No. But we are serious about the dinosaur part..
If you were asked to name the most expensive hotel in the U.S., you’d probably choose a posh hotel in one of the big cities like New York, but a new survey reveals the priciest location is in Philipsburg, Montana.
A survey by Luxury-Hotels.com finds The Ranch at Rock Creek in Philipsburg is the most expensive hotel in the U.S., based on the average daily price for a standard double room for the period spanning June through September 2012. Folks pay, on average, $2,279 per night at The Ranch. And that’s based on double occupancy.
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