Bozeman Montana Company Wins Award from US Department of Commerce

The U.S. Department of Commerce rewards companies across the nation for making a substantial contribution to the expansion of US exports.

The “E” award, created by President John F. Kennedy, is the highest recognition any U.S. entity can receive from the department.  

Simms Fishing Products from Bozeman, Montana received the award in mid-May, showing the company’s growth and its consistency in delivering top quality goods.

The awardees this year contributed $2.23 trillion dollars worth of goods and services in 2015. These companies also provided 11.5 million jobs that were supported by exports.

Bozeman becomes more worldly each and every day. Business is not limited to the valley, to Montana or even the United States. Businesses continue to be attracted to the area for its unique culture and outdoor access. As more and more companies find Bozeman attractive, Bozeman can expect more jobs, more business and of course, more residents and homes in Bozeman.

 

Source: http://www.nbcmontana.com/news/bozeman-company-receives-national-award/39570200

 

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