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The Big Sky Team
was born in Madison, Wisconsin and eventually moved out to Montana with her parents and two siblings in 1994. They spent their first years in Gardiner, MT and then made it to Livingston in 2003. Ever since, Sara has considered Livingston home. In the year 2011, she graduated from Carroll College in Helena, MT with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Marketing. She also participated on the Carroll College Women's Basketball team all 4 years of her college life. In 2012 Sara and her fiancé, Cole, ventured out of Montana over to Minneapolis but returned in 2014 knowing that Montana is where they wanted to be. And don't worry she is still a Packer fan. Sara enjoys spending time with Cole, cooking, trying new things, being creative, being outdoors, and hanging out with her bulldog, Bentley. Before getting hired at Printing for Less, Sara worked for a travel agency and a bank. She is super excited to have joined the PFL team and for the opportunities to come!
was raised in Three Forks, MT. As a homeschool student from the 4th grade on, he was given the unique opportunity to have time to pursue musical education in the form of private fiddle lessons. After graduating from high school in 2003, he spent a couple of years working at a ranch in Judith Gap, Three Forks Saddlery, and pouring concrete - until he decided to pursue further education at South Plains College in Levelland, TX in their Live Sound Reinforcement program. After graduating in 2007, he moved to Waxahachie, TX to attend Southwestern Assemblies of God University to work as a Media Technician and continue his education. During his fourth year there he met the girl who would become his wife, Katie. They moved to Des Moines, and were married in July, 2012 in Perry, IA. They decided to move to Montana so they could be near his family (with the added bonus that she could pursue finishing her degree at MSU). Everything began to fall into place and he now finds himself part of the enterprising PFL family!
is a Livingston native who returned home in 2013. After spending 14 years
living and working as a graphic designer, art director and operations manager for
different media organizations in Colorado, Idaho and South Dakota, she made her
way back to her hometown. Throughout her career, Melanie has received numerous
state, regional and national press association advertising and design awards. As a
child and through her teenage years, she showed her horses in 4H and AQHA horse
shows around Montana and qualified for the American Junior Quarter Horse
Association Youth World Horse Show, where she showed in Showmanship. As a
senior in high school, she ran for, and won, the Miss Livingston Round-Up Queen
competition and represented Livingston at the Miss Rodeo Montana competition in
the following year where she was named Miss Congeniality. Outside of work,
Melanie enjoys photography, painting (pictures, not houses), books, performing in
plays, hiking to Fairy Lake and venturing out to catch the occasional fish. Her time at
home is spent playing with her cat that she's had since 1999, and her cocker spaniel.