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U.S. Department of Transportation Grant Opportunity Deadline Extended to July 30, 2023 for Northwest Region Small Business Transportation Resource Center (SBTRC)
This notice informs you that we have extended the closing date for our funding opportunity for the Northwest (NW) Small Business Transportation Resource Center (SBTRC) for the U.S. Department of Transportation. The Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for NW SBTRC will now close on July 30th. We strongly encourage our organization to consider applying for this opportunity. To learn about our SBTRC program. and current host organizations/recipients, please visit our website at Small Business Transportation Resource Centers | US Department of Transportation.
The Department of Transportation’s Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization has released the notice of funding opportunity for prospective applicants interested in becoming a grantee for the Small Business Transportation Resource Center in the Northwest Region which covers the states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.
Grant Opportunity Link: https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=348344
Application Deadline Extended to: July 30, 2023
USDOT SBTRC Background
The U.S. DOT Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization established the Small Business Transportation Resource Centers as a network of grantees across the country, and these centers work closely with the transportation contracting community and other technical assistance providers to serve small and disadvantaged, transportation-related businesses. These centers provide technical assistance to small and disadvantaged businesses to build their capacity so they can become more competitive when bidding on U.S. DOT procurement opportunities and federally-funded contracts.
Who is an eligible entity?
Business centered community-based organizations, transportation-related trade associations, colleges and universities, community colleges, or chambers of commerce, registered with the Internal Revenue Service as 501 C(6) or 501 C(3) tax-exempt organizations can compete for participation in OSDBU's Small Business Transportation Resource Center (SBTRC) program in the Northwest region (Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington).
For questions regarding the grant, please contact the Regional Assistance Division Lead Program Analyst, Steronica Mattocks at email@example.com or call (202) 366-0658.
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Geronimo Hospitality Group is pleased to announce some new hires for our Boise properties, Hotel Renegade and The Warehouse Food Hall:
Tyler Hall has been named the food and beverage director for Hotel Renegade. He will oversee all food and beverage operations for Geronimo’s three food and beverage concepts, along with all in-room dining and private event services. For more information on Tyler and the three concepts planned for Hotel Renegade (Baraboo Supper Club, The Highlander and Blue Collar Coffee Co.) click here.
Casseopia Quick is named the director of sales for Hotel Renegade. Casseopia is a Boise native. She will be responsible for managing and overseeing the sales operations of Hotel Renegade’s event spaces that include a 2,700 square foot event space with a 1,100 square foot outdoor patio. These spaces will be available for meetings, weddings and other special events when the hotel opens in 2024.
Robert Rourk is the general manager of The Warehouse Food Hall. He brings nearly four decades of hospitality experience to the food hall. In his role as general manager, his responsibilities include maintaining a welcoming atmosphere for all guests, employees and vendors while curating an experience that engages the community and promotes The Warehouse as a destination for dining and entertainment. For more information on Robert, click here.
One-hour webinar will focus on the importance of making better everyday choices in our digital world
KeyBank’s Key4Women will present “Digital Everything: Forever and For All to See” a free, one-hour virtual event on Wednesday, July 19th, at 12 p.m. eastern standard time.
The webinar will feature Key4Women National Director, Rachael Sampson, with long-time award-winning TV journalist, Catherine Bosley, for a discussion on online image and reputation management. Bosley is known for her down-to-earth style, authenticity, and versatility. Her captivating presentations draw on her own life journey and has appeared on shows like Good Morning American, Inside Edition and Oprah.
During this webinar, Bosley will share her insight and perspective on the importance of making better everyday choices in the digital space. That includes understanding how little room there is for a “what was I thinking” moment before it could become attached to you, your business, your family, etc., forever and for all to see, one mouse click away.
“This is a very timely topic for discussion as the digital world is such a big part of our lives and business,” said Rachael Sampson, Key4Women Leader. “We all need to be aware of our choices and actions, especially online. Key4Women is excited to bring the knowledge and real-life experiences Catherine has to our audience. We will all learn some key takeaways during our hour together.”
The first 50 registrants will receive a copy of Catherine’s book, “Forever and For All to See.” Guests qualify for the book if they are one of the first 50 registrants, attend the webinar, and are not an employee of KeyBank.
For more information, visit key.com/women, or register online by July 18th here.