MISSION - To generate room nights for lodging facilities in the city of Billings by effectively marketing our region as a preferred travel destination.


TBID Board Meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 8:30 a.m. in the Chamber/Visit Billings Board Room.

2018-2019 Meeting Dates

  • July 12 2018
  • August 9 2018
  • September 13 2018
  • October 11 2018
  • November 15 2018
  • December 13 2018
  • January 10 2019
  • February 14 2019
  • March 14 2019
  • April 11 2019
  • May 9 2019
  • June 12 2019
Board Materials
Articles & Downloads

Ron Spence - Chairman
Billings Hotel and Convention Center (236 rooms)
1223 Mullowney Lane
Billings, MT 59101
406-867-8133
[email protected]

Joe Studiner
Hampton Inn (122 rooms)
Hampton Inn & Suites (101 rooms)
Homewood Inn & Suites (110 rooms)
Billings, MT
406-656-7511
[email protected]

Brian Arneson
Quality Inn Homestead Park (119 rooms)
2036 Overland Avenue
Billings, MT 59102
406-652-1320
[email protected]

Shelli Mann – Past Chair
Boothill Inn & Suites (69 rooms)
242 East Airport Road
Billings, MT 59105
406-245-2000
[email protected]


George Maragos
Northern Hotel (160 rooms)
19 North Broadway
Billings, MT 59101
406-867-6767
[email protected]

Steve Wahrlich
Best Western Plus Clock Tower Inn (127 rooms)
2511 1st Avenue North
Billings, MT 59103
406-259-5511
[email protected]

Sean Lynch
Ex-Officio - Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors (Liaison)
The Pub Station/1111 Presents
2502 1st Ave. N.
Billings, MT 59101
406-894-2020

John Brewer
President/CEO
Billings Chamber/Visit Billings
815 South 27th Street
Billings, MT 59101
406-245-4111
[email protected]


Alex Tyson
Executive Director
Visit Billings
815 South 27th Street
Billings, MT 59101
406-245-4111
[email protected]


The Business Improvement District Law, Montana Code Annotated 2007, 7-12-1101 through 7-12-1144 as amended, for the funding of all uses and projects for tourism promotion within Billings as specified in the Billings Tourism Business Improvement District budget. Revenue collected from this assessment must be used for activities and expenditures designed to increase tourism, events, rallies and convention business.

The purposes for which the assessments collected shall be used are the statutory purposes set forth in Business Improvement District Law, Montana Code Annotated 2007, 7-12-1101 through 7-12-1144, for one or more of the following purposes:

  1. The funding of all uses and projects for tourism promotion within Billings as specified in the Billings Tourism Business Improvement District budget.
  2. The marketing of convention and trade shows that benefit local tourism and lodging businesses in Billings; and
  3. The marketing of Billings to the travel industry in order to benefit local tourism and the lodging businesses located within the Billings Tourism Business Improvement District; and
  4. The marketing of Billings to recruit major sporting events in order to promote local tourism and to benefit the lodging businesses within the Billings Tourism Business Improvement District.
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