Montana's carefully regulated, small-scale, limited-stakes gambling is meant to provide
a reliable revenue stream to state and local governments,
provide additional income to struggling taverns, and to
allow another entertainment option for our state's residents
and our visitors. It has successfully done all three.
The Montana Gaming Group is a non-profit 501(c)(4) corporation
which has as its mission conducting research and disseminating
helpful information to the Montana gaming businesses, their
employees, the public and government officials.
The information contained in the pages available at this
site is gathered from numerous sources, most of which do
not enjoy wide circulation in the public sector, and so
may bring a unique perspective to the reader.
The Gaming Group is funded by contributions from business
organizations representing almost 2,500 small enterprises
that have a stake in ensuring a fair and reasonable operating
environment for businesses licensed to offer adult beverages
and limited gaming to the public.
Grant Lincoln of Missoula is the group's chairman, and Ronda Carpenter of Great Falls is the treasurer.