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Entrance, interpretive signs to be installed in Sandwash Basin in Moffat County

Craig Press staff report

A group of wild horses crossing a dry dusty road in the Sand Wash Basin in 2017.

CRAIG — At its regular monthly meeting, held Wednesday, Feb. 14, the Moffat County Tourism Association board of directors determined it will put in entrance and interpretive signs in the Sandwash Basin on April 10.

The organization also announced that MCTA's Moffat County map would be expanded one panel to the west to include the portion of Dinosaur National Monument in Utah.

The MCTA also took the following actions.

• Approved two magazine advertisements and two video advertisements for the county at a combined cost of $1,955.

• Approved an expansion of services with Robly Email Marketing at the cost of $330.

• Announced the MCTA will be seeking additional funding for events in 2018.

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• Heard an update on the community branding initiative. MCTA Director Tom Kleinschnitz said the community was receptive to the new slogan, "Colorado's Great Northwest," and those involved are finalizing the new logo.

The MCTA Board will next meet at 3 p.m. March 14 on the second floor of the Bank of Colorado. The organization's committee meeting will be at 3 p.m. March 7 at the same location.