Missoula's social media community is aflutter with the possibility as the prospect of hosting the 2013 Social Media Tourism Symposium, #SoMeT13US, Missoula inches closer to reality.

Missoula beat out Grand Rapids, Mich. last week to secure a spot in the final four. Just three weeks ago, Missoula took second place among 13 contenders in the lucky 13 qualifier.

What does this all mean to you, you ask? In short, you are two clicks away from helping Missoula host #SoMeT13US later this year. Polls close at 8 p.m. (MST) today, March 26.

Intrigued? Then click here to vote for Missoula over Branson, a small town with a roller coaster in Missouri.

Stay up to date with real-time results pouring in right here – scroll to the bottom of this page to view live results as they come in.

After you're done voting for Missoula, read below to learn a bit more about Branson so you can stave off whatever regret you may have for stealing the coolest social media symposium right out from under them.

About Branson, Missouri

Branson is home to 10,520 Missourians and the median age is roughly 41 years old, according to Wikipedia. The small town was mentioned in "The Simpsons" as "Las Vegas if it was run by Ned Flanders." Branson is famous for its 50+ theaters, the Hollywood Wax Museum, Silver Dollar City and Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede.

To learn more about Branson, check out Branson.com.

Now, don't forget to vote for Missoula here, share your support with your friends on Facebook and comment below to let us know why you think Missoula is more awesome and/or amazing than Branson, Mo.