A new business is planning to open in Fall 2023 on Main St. in downtown Bozeman. Here's what you need to know about it.

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Bozeman is growing at a rapid pace, and it has become a desirable location for a variety of new businesses. One of the vacant spaces in downtown Bozeman will soon be occupied by a popular outdoor clothing company that is based out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

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Montana is a great state if you enjoy spending time outdoors in the wilderness, and if you need to get outfitted for all of your adventures, Bozeman has plenty of places where you can find what you're looking for. Chalet Sports and Teton Gravity Research are already located downtown, and you'll soon have another option.

What New Outdoor Clothing Company is Coming to Bozeman?

Stio, an outdoor apparel company based of Jackson Hole, Wyoming will open it's first location in Bozeman in Fall of 2023. The new store will be location at 233 E. Main Street in downtown Bozeman between the American Legion and Open Range. If you're wondering why the company decided to open a location in Bozeman, here's an explanation from their website.

As a neighboring mountain town to Stio’s headquarters in Jackson Hole, Bozeman has consistently been a rapidly growing e-commerce market for the brand. That, combined with Bozeman’s incredibly outdoor driven community surrounded by multiple ski resorts, extensive trail systems, and rivers and waterways, has made the mountain town a top location for bringing the Stio brand to life.

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An official opening date has yet to be announced, but the new store should be open sometime during the fall. For more information about the Stio location in Bozeman, click here.

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