Published on : Monday, December 4, 2017
At present, the Nebraska Tourism Commission is accepting applications from communities along with nonprofit organizations in terms of tourism markers to ear mark museums, lakes, scenic vistas and other attractions.
These marks will assist communities all over the state identify or draw attention to attractions in their areas, said John Ricks, executive director of the commission.
“I’m eager to see the markers in place enticing more people to stop and enjoy their time here,” he said recently.
These tourism markers will comprise a 4-foot-square anodized aluminum information panel supported by two posts, akin to the signs temporarily used by the Nebraska State Historical Society. The sponsoring organization or community will bear the $2,800 cost of each marker.
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