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Travel Café offers full-service leisure travel, corporate travel, and meeting/event planning services. 

Whether you need International or Domestic, vacation or meetings, Travel Café has over 40 years of experience in getting the details right and delivering on your dreams. All of this with personalized service and expertise.

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By using our breadth of resources and experience, your travel advisor will build a travel experience that embodies your vision. An advisor takes on the logistical challenges of travel planning, booking and tracking all the details, responding when plans are forced to change, and most importantly, removes the stress of travel. By providing our clients with additional resources and an elevated experience, Travel Café advisors have you covered and make the most of your event, professional travel, or well-earned vacation.

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Chad Bachmeier, Helena Founder, Off the Wall Advertising

Chad is the founder of Off The Wall Advertising, which he started in 2002. He has also been the owner/operator of multiple bars, restaurants and casinos. Additionally, Chad founded a natural gas supply company, Big Sky Gas, and over the past 20 years, he has been involved in developing real estate.

Chad has served on the executive board of directors for the Montana Tavern Association for the past 10 years and is the chair of the association’s Public Relations Committee. Through his involvement with the Montana Tavern Association and Big Sky Gas, Chad has gained the experience of working with Montana Legislature in many different roles.

Chad comes to the Montana Travel Association with years of experience in business and community leadership benefitting the Montana Travel Association.

Cathy Barta, Lewistown Director, Center for Strategic Development Redevelopment Director, HUD Certified Housing Counselor Snow Mountain Development Corporation

As the Director for the Center for Strategic Development, Cathy oversees the Snowy Mountain Development Corporation’s Brownfields Program, which provides funding through grants from the Environmental Protection Agency to local governments, nonprofit organizations, and businesses to abate hazardous substances commonly found during the renovation and redevelopment of vacant and abandoned properties. And if that doesn’t keep Cathy busy enough, in her spare time, she also serves as a HUD-certified Housing Counselor, providing Homebuyer, Financial and Foreclosure Counseling in Lewistown and surrounding communities. Cathy’s 28-year career with the federal government as a firefighter focused on aviation, setting the foundation for the successful working relationships she has created with local communities.

When not at work, you can find Cathy skiing with her family and friends, kayaking on the water, or hiking the trails. She loves this area of Montana: the land, history, culture, but most specifically the people—and dogs. Anyone who knows Cathy knows she loves dogs.

Cathy says, “I work hard to help preserve our way of life, to protect and assist our communities with intelligent growth and to promote our local businesses to help ensure their continued success. When you love what you do, it never really feels like work. Next stop – Dog park anyone?”

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Yann Benjamin, Big Sky Vice President of Sales and Marketing Big Sky Resort

Yann was born and raised in New York City and became a skier at a young age, which ultimately shaped his path to Colorado where he graduated from the University of Denver. While he began his career in New York and Boston, his desire to bridge a marketing career with his passion for skiing supported his decision to relocate to Colorado in 2012. 

Between 2012 and 2020 Yann held several positions at Vail Resorts and was deeply involved in the community, supporting air-service development, serving as a board member of the Vail Local Marketing District, and developing guest-service initiatives with the town of Vail.

Today Yann is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Big Sky Resort and has been a resident of the community since 2020 with his wife Kelsey.

Whitney Bergmann, Missoula Management Consultants Chair, Missoula Tourism Business Improvement District Board of Directors, Montana Lodging and Hospitality Association

Whitney represents Management Advisors, a hospitality management company based in Butte with 11 hotels ranging from Kalispell, to Anaconda, to as far east as Sidney. 

Whitney has worked in hospitality for 15 years and currently operates the Best Western Plus Grant Creek Inn, in Missoula. Whitney graduated from the University of Montana, having studied English and communications.

Whitney also serves at the Chair of the Missoula Tourism Business Improvement District, and on the Board of Directors for Montana Lodging and Hospitality Association. In her free time, she loves to explore Montana public lands with her husband and four-year-old son.

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Raylee Honeycutt, Helena Executive Director, Montana Dude Ranchers’ Association Montana Travel Association’s Montana Ambassador

As a recognized leader in building coalitions, driving innovation, and crafting engaging strategies that drive results in the travel and natural resources industries, Raylee focuses on building strong organizations on a local, state and national level, as well as providing a strong presence on issues at the Montana Legislature.

Currently, she serves as the Executive Director of the Montana Dude Ranchers’ Association. During her tenure with Visit Montana, she led the consumer marketing team to four U.S. Travel Association awards. Raylee understands the importance of strategic collaborations and was a member of the Montana Travel Association’s organizing committee and appointed in 2022 as a Montana Ambassador. 

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Diane Medler, Kalispell Executive Director, Discover Kalispell

Diane has a thirty-year career in hospitality and marketing, including as the Executive Director of Discover Kalispell since 2010. 

As the designated destination marketing organization for Kalispell, Discover Kalispell plays an important role to grow and maintain year-round visitation, supporting local businesses that depend on our tourism-based economy.

Discover Kalispell also serves as a community advocate and steward, working with other stakeholders to maintain the cultural, environmental, and aesthetic integrity of our mountain town and helping to protect the qualities that make Montana a special place to live and visit.

Paul Robertson, Livingston President, Romeo Bravo Software

A Montana resident since 2002, Paul’s career in guiding, outfitting, guest ranches, lodging, and hotel management spans 30+ years. Paul is the president of adventure travel tech company Romeo Bravo Software. Over the past 15 years, he served as the general manager for some of the top destinations in Montana, including the Ranch at Rock Creek, Sage Lodge, and Lone Mountain Ranch—a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World.

A former member of the Board of Directors for the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce and Montana’s Yellowstone Country Tourism Region, Paul has a master’s degree in hospitality management from the Cornell University School of Hotels and a BA in biological aspects of conservation from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Paul resides with his wife and two daughters in Livingston, Montana and enjoys fly fishing, snowboarding, and upland bird hunting all over the state.

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Norma Trent, Roundup Board of Directors, Visit Southeast Montana

Originally from Ohio, Norma and her husband worked for Yellowstone National Park reservations for a number of years before managing a small motel in Gardiner for seven years.

Today, Norma lives in Roundup and volunteers regularly in her town. She is also a member of the Visit Southeast Montana Tourism Board.  Norma wants to see more tourism funneled to the underappreciated Eastern Montana area, an area of wide-open spaces and small, friendly towns. 

Alex Sholly Tyson, Billings Executive Director, Visit Billings Billings CVB and Billings TBID

Alex has been part of the Visit Billings’ tourism team for more than a decade sharing the opportunities Billings offers as a leisure, sports, and meetings destination.

After spending 15 years as a broadcast journalist, Alex served as the Billings Chamber’s Community Relations Director and Vice President prior to becoming the Executive Director of Visit Billings in 2012. Visit Billings is the tourism marketing division in Billings managing the State Lodging Facility Use Tax and Billings Tourism Business Improvement District budgets and strategies.

Alex is a graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute where she earned her Institute for Organization Management (IOM) designation in 2013 at Loyola Marymount University and most recently garnered a certification in autism travel planning to foster Billings’ process of becoming a Certified Autism Travel Destination.

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Scott Vollmer, Gallatin Gateway Owner/Operator, Scott Vollmer Outfitting, LLC Board of Directors, Montana Outfitters and Guides Association

Scott is a fishing outfitter and has owned and operated Scott Vollmer Outfitting, LLC in Gallatin Gateway for the past seven years. Prior to this, Scott spent 10 years as a licensed fishing guide in Montana and eight years as a fishing guide in Alaska. 

He brings a wealth of experience to the MTTA Board in how outfitting is intertwined with the outdoor recreation economy and tourism in Montana.

Scott also serves on the Board of Directors of the Montana Outfitters and Guides Association.

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Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts in remote summit region

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The Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island erupted on Monday following hours of seismic activity below the volcano's summit, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

Kilauea , one of the world's most active volcanoes, began erupting at approximately 12:30 a.m. local time, about a mile south of Kilauea caldera within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, a popular tourist destination that draws more than 1 million visitors per year. Webcam footage showed lava spewing from fissures in the summit, the USGS said .

Katie Mulliken, a geologist with the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, told USA TODAY the eruption poses no immediate danger to residents as it, so far, has been contained to a remote part of the summit, which is inaccessible by car or trails.

"There are really no threats to any communities," Mulliken said, adding that the USGS will continue to closely monitor the volcanic activity.

It was the first eruption in this region of the volcano in almost 50 years. The last one, in December 1974, lasted about six hours.

The USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory on Monday raised the volcano alert level for ground-based hazards to a warning, meaning a hazardous eruption "is imminent, underway, or suspected." Further, the USGS issued a red aviation color code, which indicates a "significant emission of volcanic ash" is likely, suspected or imminent, according to the U.S. Geological Survey .

The alerts came after hours of escalating activity beneath the surface of Kilauea. On Sunday, around 400 earthquakes were recorded below Kilauea's summit, with the largest temblor reaching a 4.1 magnitude, Mulliken said. Seismic activity is common before eruptions and is an indicator of lava movement inside the volcano, she added.

The primary hazard of Kilauea eruptions is a high level of volcanic gas because of its potential effects downwind, the USGS said. Other significant hazards includes instability, ground cracking and rockfalls that can be made worse by earthquakes near the summit.

More: After the Hawaii volcano eruption, Hawaii residents struggle to recover

Authorities with the National Forest Service closed an area surrounding the volcano, citing "seismic unrest." Officials also closed the parking lot for the Devastation Trail, which takes hikers through a winding path that offers vistas of land still recovering from the volcanoes 36-day eruption in 1959.

Kilauea erupted three times last year, bringing more than 10,000  tourists to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to see the fountains of lava. In 2018, the volcano erupted for three months straight, destroying more than 700 structures, including 200 homes on Big Island, and displacing some 3,000 people – many of whom were unable to return home over a year after the eruption.

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Many organizations require a certified copy of the death certificate when someone dies. How you get copies depends on whether the person died in the U.S. or abroad.

Death in the U.S.: how to get a certified copy of a death certificate

Contact the vital records office of the state where the death occurred to learn:

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Can anyone get a copy of a death certificate?

Only certain family members may be able to obtain a death certificate when someone dies. This includes a spouse, siblings, and children. But death certificates can be requested by anyone when they become public record. In some states, death certificates are released 25 or more years after death. Check with your state’s vital records office to find out when death certificates become public record.

When to use a certified copy or a photocopy

You will need to purchase a certified copy of the death certificate for tasks such as:

  • Notifying the Social Security Administration and other government agencies
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  • Claiming a person's life insurance or pension

You may only need a photocopy for other tasks, such as canceling a subscription. Check with the agency or organization handling each account.

Death of a U.S. citizen abroad: how to get death records

When a U.S. citizen dies in another country, the U.S. embassy or consulate should get a death certificate or notification from the foreign government. It will then issue a  Consular Report of Death Abroad (CRDA) . Use the CRDA in the U.S. as proof of death for closing accounts and handling legal tasks.

You can get up to 20 free certified copies at the time of death.  Order more copies of the CRDA from the Department of State.

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Our accommodations have been carefully selected for both their comfort and convenience for each day’s planned activities. On our scheduled group trips, it is not possible for your clients to upgrade or change lodging. However, our private and custom trips can be planned to suit your clients’ accommodation preferences. Please speak with your Trip Consultant to discover the options for your clients’ trip.

The Trip Consultant assigned to your booking will work closely with you to discuss the entire trip and gather the necessary fitness information. They may provide specific questions for you to ask your clients and share the feedback with them. Sometimes, the Trip Consultant might even want to directly speak with your clients to help determine if this adventure is what they’re looking for.

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Once your clients’ trip has been confirmed to run, they are welcome to book their flights as well as any pre-or-post trip extensions. Some of our trips offer suggested extensions that are the perfect way for travelers to further explore the destination. Please contact your Adventure Coordinator for information on options and activities specific to your clients’ trip.

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MT Sobek is proud to offer Familiarization (FAM) Trips to our Travel Advisor network. We post upcoming trip offerings in our newsletter. All trips are subject to availability and are designed for Advisors to gain a better understanding of MT Sobek’s heritage, operations, guides, guests, and adventure experience.

MT Sobek offers periodic webinars highlighting trip regions, activities, and detailed trip knowledge. If your agency would like to request a training experience catered to your team’s needs, please contact [email protected].

MT Sobek specializes in custom itineraries to almost every destination that we travel to. We do not require a minimum guest count to create a custom trip. However, we do require a minimum spend of $5,000. At this time we do not offer self-guided tours.

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