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Bozeman, MT

Known as the "Big Sky" of Montana, this city is one where you are able to experience the feel of a small town, but have all the offerings of big city conveniences. Outdoor recreation and breathing in the clean fresh air are the number one attractions for this town due to the abundance of mountain ranges within a minute's drive.


Billings, MT

Billings is located in the south central part of Montana. It is a largest city in state and is the only city to exceed 100,000 people and it continues to grow at a rapid. Given the nickname, "Magic City", because of its growth from the foundation of the railroad in 1882 and is still one of the more industrial based towns in the state. Here is where Star West finds one of its most quickly growing office's for the company.


Helena, MT

Helena is a town that appeals to all walks of life. It is an outdoorsman’s dream along with a city that supplies endless cultural perks such as symphony, theater, and historical museums. It is embraced in the foothills of the Montana Rockies and is deemed the "heartbeat of Montana". This history rich town thrives of community spirit, festivals, fairs and rodeos.


Missoula, MT

Located in western Montana, this city is the second largest city in the state. Founded in 1860, Missoula is nicknamed the "Garden City" because of the significant number of orchard home that had lined the fringe of the city. Founded as lumber and agricultural center, Missoula has since become a college dominated town due to the impact of University of Montana. School spirit runs deep in this town.


Kalispell, MT

A location prime for a lover of the outdoors, this city is a short drive from Flathead Lake, Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort and Glacier National Park. If, however, culture is more of a perk, this town also offers art galleries, concerts, farmers markets, and many festivals. The growth of this town has increased steadily over the last 10 years and continues to be a tourist attraction for the state of Montana.

Idaho Falls

Idaho Falls, ID

Idaho Falls is nestled between the Snake River of Eastern Idaho and Bonneville Country. This town is conveniently located near some of the great outdoor attractions of the West Coast including the Grand Teton National Park, Targhee, Sun Valley, Henry's lake and Jackson Hole. These attractions appeal to vacationers, businessman and residents alike.


Nampa, ID

Nampa is the largest and fastest growing city in the Canyon County of Idaho. It has a prime location just miles from Boise and Meridian ID which makes it part of the Boise metropolitan area. This town is in a great location for recreational opportunities such as swimming, boating, fishing and bird watching all which can be done locally. Only a short drive away, a person can find himself or herself surrounded by locations for activities such as hiking, rock climbing, biking, hunting and so much more.

Post Falls

Post Falls, ID

Being the home of the largest office for Star West Satellite, Post Falls is enclosed by mountains and is the city is in the heart of Northern Idaho and its recreational mecca. Centrally located between Coeur d'Alene ID and Spokane WA, this town can offer a breathtaking scenery, outdoor entertainment, and exciting amusements.


Lewiston, ID/Clarkston, WA

Founded in the wake of the gold rush, Lewiston has grown to be the second largest city in the Northern Idaho region and is the primary city of the Lewiston/Clarkston Metropolitan area. Lewiston is surrounded by the Snake River, Clearwater River and is located just north of the Lower Granite Dam. This town offers unique cultural actives such as the Dogwood Festival, Hot August Nights, and the Lewiston Round Up.


Tri-Cities, WA

The Tri-Cities area is the fourth largest metropolitan area consisting of the neighboring cities: Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland. A large attraction for this area is Columbia Park which offers hundreds of acres of riverfront land that supplies endless recreational opportunities. In addition to offering a vast variety of outdoor activities, this is a location also offers an array of wine tasting vineyards within a short driving distance.


Twin Falls, ID

Twin Falls is located in the south central part of Idaho and is perfectly perched on the edge of the Snake River Canyon. Enthusiasts who enjoy hiking, camping and skiing find the convenience of this town's locations near Sawtooth National Forest a significant perk. In addition to supplying the surroundings with wonderful activates, Twin Falls provides scenery of gorgeous, clean and clear skies that allow the stars to shine.