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Flaming Solstice- Telluride Daily Planet- Dec. 27, 2018

  • Posted On: 12/28/18 at 02:39 PM
  • Category: Utah's Canyon Country
The first day of the new year on the Gregorian calendar is one we all know: Jan. 1. But regional artists haven’t waited to celebrate, and Friday, Dec. 21, they marked the return of the light by casting some flames of their own.

2018 Tourism Year in Review

  • Posted On: 12/28/18 at 01:18 PM
  • Category: Annual & Quarterly Report
As 2018 comes to a close, we are grateful to our partners who have helped us as we continue to grow and develop a successful tourism economy. This review includes a report of visitation numbers, Transient Room Tax and Restaurant Tax comparisons, overview of in-state marketing, overview of international marketing, overview of online marketing, overview of PR efforts, overview of Trade and consumer shows, overview of FAM tours, as well as an overview of funding mechanisms.

Targeted Business Tax Credit

  • Posted On: 12/26/18 at 02:02 AM
  • Category: Economic Development
Targeted Business Tax Credit (TBTC) Encourages Investment In Utah’s Rural Communities. The TBTC program encourages local businesses to make investments in rural communities. Businesses with projects that meet established criteria may receive up to $100,000 in a refundable tax credit. The total available for all TBTC projects in 2019 is $300,000.

The Spirit Line of Utah- Royal Auto Magazine (Australia) Nov. 2018

  • Posted On: 12/19/18 at 10:23 AM
  • Category: Utah's Canyon Country
Film set-familiar Monument Valley is just the beginning of a physical and cultural Utah adventure.

Fodor's 2019 Go List: #1 Bears Ears National Monument

  • Posted On: 12/18/18 at 09:33 AM
  • Category: Utah's Canyon Country
"Bears Ears National Monument, Utah. A stunning sacred landscape harboring thousands of years of Native American history."