Trinidad Tourism Board 2019 Fall Grant Cycle Announced

City of Trinidad
Tourism Board
2019 Fall Grant Cycle Announced

The City of Trinidad Tourism Board is pleased to announce it will be accepting Grant Applications for the Fall Cycle of the 2019 Grant funding to be used exclusively for advertising and marketing of tourism events that serve the Trinidad area, on November 1, 2019.

The City of Trinidad Tourism Board is committed to supporting and investing in organizations that provide events which align with the mission of the Tourism Board – marketing for the sustainable development of the industry, an enhanced visitor experience, and an improved quality of life for our residents.

Funding is granted through a competitive application process in four (4) grant cycles annually – March 1, June 1, Sept. 1, and Nov. 1, 2019 and will close on the last day of the respective month at which time no applications for that grant cycle will be accepted.

An organization may submit multiple applications for separate programs/events, however, any funded program/event may receive only one grant per year which runs from March 1, 2019 until December 31, 2019.

Applications and Grant Guidelines can be obtained by emailing marty.hackett@trinidad.co.gov or stopping by 309 Nevada Ave. Trinidad, Colorado.

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