City of Billings
Billings, Montana, located in the south central part of our unbelievable state is a hub for business including manufacturing and retail, medical, and transportation. As the largest city in Montana and now with a population of just about 100,000, Billings became known as the "Magic City" soon after its founding in 1882. Billings was named after Frederick Billings, President of the Northern Pacific Railroad from 1879 to 1881. The city earned the nickname of "magic" because its growth was immediate and phenomenal. From its humble beginnings as a railhead for the Northern Pacific, Billings has blossomed into a cosmopolitan city whose population has doubled every thirty years.  
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