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Northern Broadcasting System Tow Rope Tour
May 19 - May 21
Traveling the state to shine the spotlight on Montanans who help our communities along!
Why The Tow Rope Tour?
Tow ropes are a tool used to provide a connection and a tug to get out of a sticky situation.
As for the Tour, the tow rope represents something much deeper: The pride and resourcefulness you feel to extend the tow rope and the hope and relief it brings to those who connect on the other end.
Part of what makes Montanans unique is we would never leave someone on the side of the road. You never know when the next car will be along. We stop. We help. We reach out to our neighbors.
Now, that’s something to celebrate.
What Will The Tour Include?
Northern Broadcasting will travel the state to broadcast Voices of Montana and Northern Ag Network programming LIVE and LOCAL from communities across Montana!
Each tour stop will include radio interviews and social media content from businesses, farms and tourist attractions across the state.
And don’t forget prize giveaways and the (soon to be famous) “Tow Rope Hero Award.”
What’s A Tow Rope Hero?
While YOUR Tow Rope Hero might certainly be someone who has towed you out of a ditch, a tow rope hero is anyone who has had the courage and patience to stop and think of others.
- An entrepreneur who created a business to fill a need in your town
- A teacher who encouraged you when you wanted to give up
- A neighbor who helps plow you out
Whoever your Tow Rope Hero is, let’s honor them!