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Agenda for Moffat County Tourism Association

Moffat County Tourism Association

Board meeting

11:15 a.m. Wednesday, April 7, Craig-Moffat Regional Airport

Agenda:



• Introduction:

— Tour of Craig-Moffat Regional Airport

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— MCTA board and guests

— Call to order/roll call

— Welcome guests

— Review and approve minutes

Review and approve financials

Bills to be paid

— Director’s report by Marilynn Hill

• Event presentations:

— High School rodeo update by Dave Fleming

— Colorado FFA Conference – Don Thorn and representatives

— Balloon Fest update by Ray Beck

• Event board action discussion:

— High School Rodeo

— Colorado FFA Conference

— Balloon Fest

— Whittle the Wood

• Discussion items:

— Business school intern for MCTA from community college

— Board member responsibilities

— Agritourism conference

— MCTA monthly marketing budget

— New logo/conversion of all brochures to PDF

• Public comment:

— Chamber of Commerce update

— Economic Development Partnership update

— Announcements

Adjournment

The next regular meeting is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. May 5.


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