Visit Dubois County accepting grant applicationsJanuary 21, 2021
By Herald Staff
Visit Dubois County Inc. is accepting applications for grants from the Tourism Promotion Fund.
Grant applications are open to not-for-profit, tourism-related organizations, festivals, events, attractions, and other projects which will increase visitor attendance from outside the immediate area. Approved applications for previously funded projects or events may receive new grant money if additional tourism benefits can be proven. Special consideration will be given to organizations establishing first-time events.
To request an application, call the Dubois County Visitors Center at 812-482-9115 or email info@VisitDuboisCounty.com. Applications are also available for download on the Visitors Center’s website here. Completed applications must be received no later than March 1 to be considered for funding.
For additional tourism information, go to VisitDuboisCounty.com, call 812-482-9115, or stop by the Dubois County Visitors Center at 2704 Newton Street in Jasper.
Visit Dubois County, Inc. promotes the growth and development of the convention, visitor, and tourism industry in the county and is the one community organization empowered to do so. Tourism contributes an estimated $83 million annually to the Dubois County economy.
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