Town & Country has opened its fourth casino – the Hilltop Station Casino at 523 Hilltop Road, Suite B.
About Hilltop Station Casino
T&C purchased the entire facility – which encompasses the Hilltop Station C-Store and Blue’s BBQ – in the late 2000s. At that time, they built in a first right of refusal agreement if the casino came up or sale.
“It’s an opportunity for us to generate more non-patronage income,” General Manager Wes Burley said. “We don’t pay patronage on those types of sales, but it’s our way for the town to help pay for the country.”
All five existing casino employees stayed – and all have served in their roles there between 10 and 20 years.
“The team that customers have come to know and love there is still there,” said Retail Division Manager Scott White.
Casino customers have more parking, as well, as Town & Country has demolished the car wash north of the facility.
About Town & Country Supply Association
Town & Country Supply Association is a member-owned agronomy, energy, and retail co-operative based in southeastern Montana. With roots dating back to 1930, Town & Country was incorporated in 1997, with the merging of the Laurel Co-op Association and the Co-op Service Center in Billings. Town & Country continued to grow with the addition of the Farmers Union Association of Big Horn County in 2009.
T&C helps farmers and ranchers manage input costs, maximize production, and achieve higher profitability. T&C is committed to providing patrons and customers with high-quality products, superior in-field services, and access to the latest agricultural technology. T&C encompasses four divisions – Agronomy, Energy, Farm & Ranch Supply, and C-Stores. Its trade region covers southeastern and southcentral Montana, as well as northern Wyoming.