New Daines Ad: Motivation

BOZEMAN, Mont.–The Steve Daines for Montana campaign released a new ad today highlighting Daines’ work to create good-paying Montana jobs and make government more efficient, and how it motivated Daines to get involved in public service.

In “Motivation,” a thirty-second ad, Daines discusses his time at Bozeman-based RightNow Technologies and the work he and the company did to identify waste and inefficiency in the federal government and pass on savings to the taxpayer.

“We helped thousands of companies improve customer service and save money,” says Daines. “Even the federal government turned to our Montana business to identify waste and increase efficiency.”

Daines shares how RightNow’s work helped reveal “how broken Washington really is” and motivated him to run for Congress and fight for more jobs, and less government.

“We saved taxpayers millions, but I saw how broken Washington really is,” Daines says. “It angered me as a taxpayer and motivated me to get involved.”
RightNow Technologies is a start-up business founded and headquartered in Bozeman, Montana. During Daines’ twelve years as an executive, the company grew to over 1,000 employees and became Bozeman’s largest commercial employer.

Click here to view the ad.

Full text:

I’m Steve Daines. I helped build a business that created 400 good-paying Montana jobs.

We helped thousands of companies improve customer service and save money.

Even the federal government turned to our Montana business to identify waste and increase efficiency.

We saved taxpayers millions, but I saw how broken Washington really is.

It angered me as a taxpayer and motivated me to get involved.
I’m Steve Daines, and I approve this message because I’ll bring real-world solutions to Washington.

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ABOUT STEVE

Steve Daines is a fifth generation Montanan, life-long sportsman and father of four serving the people of Montana in Congress. Steve is committed to always putting Montana first as he works to bring real change to Washington and fights for common sense solutions to get our country back on track. Learn More.

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