Oregon Wine Country Plates Matching Grants Program
The mission of Travel Oregon is: “A better life for Oregonians through strong, sustainable local economies.” Travel Oregon has established a program to make grant awards available to “tourism promotion agencies for wine and culinary tourism promotion.”
A “Tourism Promotion Agency” is defined as:
- An incorporated nonprofit organization or governmental units responsible for the tourism promotion of a destination on a year-round basis
- A nonprofit entity that manages tourism-related economic development programs and projects
- A regional or statewide association that represents entities that rely on tourism-related business for more than 50% of their total income
To learn more about eligibility requirements and the grant process, download the Oregon Wine Country Plates Matching Grants Guidelines.
The Oregon Wine Country Plates Matching Grants online application is currently closed. The next cycle will open on January 29, 2018 with an application deadline of February 28, 2018.
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To read the full text of the Wine Country License Plate proposed amendments to the rules, click here.
To read the full text of the Wine Country License Plate rules as they are currently written, click here.
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