Bozeman has changed quite a bit since the 90s, and these hilarious TV commercials are a blast from the past.

A cool guy with an old school Boom Box.

To be honest, a lot of things have changed since the early 90s. There aren't many people rocking bowl cuts anymore, and I can't remember the last time I saw a B.U.M. Equipment shirt. I have fond memories of growing up in the 90s, but I'm thankful that many of the fashion trends are a thing of the past.

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Sadly, many of the commercials featured in the video below are from businesses that are no longer around, but it's still fun to see all of the different fashion styles and trends from the time.

YouTube via Shane Unterthiner-DiMaio
YouTube via Shane Unterthiner-DiMaio

One of the commercials is from the Sports Shack in the Main Mall, which is now known as the Gallatin Valley Mall. The commercial is a spoof on SNL's "Hans and Franz" skit, and it's absolutely hilarious.

That's just one of the many commercials featured in the video. There's even a commercial that features Santa Claus telling everybody to buy a Subaru, and one about getting a free pie for test-driving a vehicle.

YouTube via Shane Unterthiner-DiMaio
YouTube via Shane Unterthiner-DiMaio

Times have definitely changed, and if you're new to Bozeman, you may not recognize some of the businesses from the commercials. If you're an old-timer, the commercials may bring back some memories.

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