Gianforte Invites Montanans to Come Home and Work Remotely

For the many Montanans who have left the state to seek their fortunes in other parts of the country, Governor Greg Gianforte has announced a new initiative to get Montanans to return home and work remotely.

KGVO spoke to Gianforte just after a new website called Come Home Montana was unveiled.

“For too long, Montana’s most valuable export has been our kids and our grandkids,” said Governor Gianforte. “Everybody knows about our quality of life in Montana but this campaign, it’ll be social media, direct mail and website, reminds former residents of the state what a great place Montana is to live, work and raise a family. We want them to come back home.”

Gianforte expanded on the Come Home Montana plan.

“The Come Home Montana campaign really encourages Montanans who have relocated out of the state to come back, and work remotely from here,” he said. “Maybe they can start a business or take advantage of the job opportunities we have here right in the state.”

Gianforte is using the tools learned during the pandemic to bring businesses back to Montana.

“One of the silver linings of this pandemic is for so many Montanans that have moved away, that have desk jobs, they’ve realized they

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