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This isn't a fiber-optical illusion, Harlowton: High-Speed Internet Updated in Central Montana - Just in time for

July 12, 2018View for printing

The folks at Ticket Printing know what rural Montanans have always known -- that our communities are filled with qualified, hard-working Americans who can offer a lot to any business. By having high-speed Internet in the homes and Main Streets of rural Montana, folks can have access to a variety of jobs while still maintaining the rural lifestyle we all love.

Ticket Printing first came to Harlowton in 2001 when Mike Yinger, the company's founder, needed a brick and mortar facility for his web-based business. He chose Harlo because it was affordable and because the town already had broadband Internet.

Ticket Printing depends on the Internet to do business. Customers from around the United States and Canada design and order tickets online for events and venues, and the tickets are then printed, packaged, and shipped from Harlowton. The company has also expanded around the world and they now offer other online services.

With 20 employees in Harlo and 15 more working remotely from their homes in Lewistown, Livingston, Billings, and Twodot, Ticket Printing has expanded to become one of the area's largest commercial employers.

"Our team has done that because they're awesome," Ticket Printing CEO Lance Trebesch said of his employees. ... d-internet/
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