** Due to the pandemic, the deadline for submission for the EDA Grant Incentive program has been extended to June 3, 2020 **
Pendleton County EDA Grant Incentive Program Announced
January 16, 2020
If you have a business in Pendleton County, especially a small business with a big or new idea, the Pendleton County Economic & Community Development Authority wants to help.
The Pendleton County EDA has developed a grant incentive program for local businesses to encourage entrepreneurship, growth, and new job opportunities locally. This grant program is designed to provide a mechanism for the Pendleton County EDA to award incentives locally. The Pendleton County EDA has appropriated up to $3,000 in available grant funds.
“We’re thrilled to offer these grant incentives from the Pendleton County EDA. In addition to awarding local businesses for growing our economy, the ultimate goal of the EDA, these grants may also provide possible new job opportunities for local residents,” said Pendleton County EDA Chair, Ryan Boggs.
Board Member and Future Generations University President, Dan’l Taylor, added, “This is a great idea; it helps communities see opportunities in addition to giving money. At Future Generations University we’ve done this in other countries, so I’m thrilled to be part of the Pendleton EDA and doing it here where I live.”
Grant applications are available now and the deadline for applying is June 3, 2020. Additional program information and grant applications may be:
2) Picked up at the Pendleton County EDA office: Pendleton Business Center, which is located 3 miles south of Franklin off of US Rt. 220 and Thorn Spring Road, Suite 400.
Direct questions and inquiries may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org or (304) 358-2074 for a prompt response.
About Pendleton County EDA
The Pendleton County Economic & Community Development Authority is committed to promoting and developing a thriving local economy by facilitating the expansion and retention of existing and new businesses, attracting new opportunities for local business, and preserving the uniqueness that makes Pendleton County a special place to work and live.
For more information, please contact: email@example.com