Stat. Auth.:ORS284.111(6),ORS805.274(3) Stats. Implemented:ORS805.274 Hist.: Ortc 1-2015, F. 2-17-15, Cert. Ef. 3-1-15


Published: 2015

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OREGON TOURISM COMMISSION

 

DIVISION 2
OREGON WINE COUNTRY LICENSE
PLATES MATCHING GRANT PROGRAM

AND TOURISM PROMOTION DISTRIBUTION
976-002-0010
Matching Grant Guidelines
(1) The Oregon Tourism Commission shall
prepare guidelines each biennium applicable to grants to be awarded under ORS 805.274(1)(a).
The guidelines shall be available from the Oregon Tourism Commission and shall be
published on the Oregon Tourism Commission’s website.
(2) The guidelines shall
include the maximum grant amount available for each matching grant award.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 284.111(6), ORS 805.274(3)
Stats. Implemented: ORS 805.274
Hist.: ORTC 1-2015, f. 2-17-15,
cert. ef. 3-1-15
976-002-0020
Tourism Promotion Guidelines
(1) The Oregon Tourism Commission
shall prepare guidelines each biennium applicable to Tourism Promotion Distribution
to be awarded under ORS 805.274(1)(b). The guidelines shall be available from the
Oregon Tourism Commission and shall be published on the Oregon Tourism Commission’s
website.
(2) The Oregon Tourism Commission
will designate a tourism promotion agency for each region to receive the moneys
described in ORS 805.274(1)(b).
Stat. Auth.: ORS 284.111(6), ORS 805.274(3)
Stats. Implemented: ORS 805.274
Hist.: ORTC 1-2015, f. 2-17-15,
cert. ef. 3-1-15
976-002-0030
Tourism Promotion Distribution Eligibility
(1) A recipient of an Oregon Wine Country
Plates Tourism Promotion Distribution must adhere to guidelines established by Oregon
Tourism per OAR 976-002-0020 and must demonstrate experience engaging in tourism
promotion on behalf of the wine industry in two or more of the counties in the region
for which it is designated to receive money described in ORS 805.274(1)(b).
(2) To be eligible for consideration
of an Oregon Wine Country Plates Tourism Promotion Distribution, a tourism promotion
agency must establish an advisory committee that includes at least one representative
of the wine industry and one representative of the culinary industry.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 284.111(6), ORS 805.274(3)
Stats. Implemented: ORS 805.274
Hist.: ORTC 1-2015, f. 2-17-15,
cert. ef. 3-1-15
976-002-0040
Designation of Regions
The major wine producing regions of
the state are:
(1) Region 1, also known
as The Mid-Willamette Valley region, consisting of Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties;
(2) Region 2, consisting
of Lane, Linn, Benton, Lincoln, Tillamook, Clatsop, Columbia, Washington, Multnomah
and Clackamas Counties;
(3) Region 3, consisting
of Coos, Curry, Douglas, Josephine, Jackson, Klamath and Lake Counties; and
(4) Region 4, consisting
of Hood River, Wasco, Sherman, Gilliam, Morrow, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Jefferson,
Deschutes, Crook, Wheeler, Grant, Harney, Baker and Malheur Counties.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 284.111(6), ORS 805.274(3)
Stats. Implemented: ORS 805.274
Hist.: ORTC 1-2015, f. 2-17-15,
cert. ef. 3-1-15



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