Downtown Bozeman Women-Owned Business Tour, 11/6/2013

Downtown Bozeman Association and Prospera’s Montana Women’s Business Center presents

The Great Rocky Mountain Toy Company | Vino per Tutti
Wednesday, November 6
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

This Walking Tour meets at Rocky Mountain Toy Company, 111 East Main Street in downtown Bozeman.

There is no charge for this event. Space is limited to 30.  Register by Tuesday, November 5. Click here to register.

ABOUT THE BUSINESS TOUR Join us on November 6 for a walking business tour of two women-owned businesses in downtown Bozeman. Each woman business owner will share her experience with purchasing a business and how she has taken the business to the next level. During this tour, we will have adequate time for networking and shopping at each business.

ABOUT GREAT ROCKY MOUNTAIN TOY COMPANY Michele West is Owner of The Great Rocky Mountain Toy Co. which provides unique, high quality and educational toys and gifts for kids of all ages in a fun and friendly environment. In January, Michelle will celebrate three years as owner of the Toy Company. Prior to owning the toy store, she came from an educational background holding a degree in Spanish, Reading, and Educational Psychology from the University of Georgia and Montana State University. Michele has lived in Montana for 18 years.

ABOUT CATHERINE LANE INTERIORS Colleen Helm is Owner of Vino per Tutti, a specialty wine store focusing on affordable, high quality and distinctive wines from around the world. In 2005, Colleen moved to Bozeman from Italy and in July of this year purchased Vino per Tutti. She brings over 20 years in the finance industry, previously working at Fuji Bank, in Deutchland, Germany. She was also owner and founder of Red Mountain Research Company, an internet based financial newsletter and model portfolio, in Aviano, Italy. Colleen received her MBA from Columbia Southern University and has duel BS degrees in Accounting and Finance, from University of Texas. Colleen is a dedicated cook, foodie, wine connoisseur, biker and skier.


The Montana Women’s Business Center is a program of Prospera Business Network and is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Amanda Schultz at or (406) 587-3113 to make arrangements.