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Wednesday: Downtown Developers @1MC

Downtowners Members Jake Axtman (ALG) and David Witham (Denizen Partners), two local Downtown Developers, will take the 1 Million Cups stage Wednesday to showcase the opportunities, trends, and challenges of infill development.  They’ll also take you through their own projects and look ahead.
  You won’t want to miss this. 
Attend in-person at Dakota Stage Theater at 9am or watch on Facebook or Youtube.

In-Person @ Dakota Stage Theater
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Virtual State of the Downtown 2021

Downtown Business Association members and our local partners are invited to the Virtual State of the Downtown 2021 on April 20, 2021. Downtown Bismarck’s revitalization continues to highlight Bismarck as a growing destination community. Learn about Downtown projects and initiatives, new housing opportunities, upcoming news, and Downtown market conditions. The June & Jim Thompson Downtown Leadership and Volunteer of the Year awards will also be presented at the 2021 State of the Downtown. 
Virtual State of the Downtown 2021 is free to our Downtown Business Association of Bismarck members, $15 for non-members.
Stay tuned for more details!  Invites will be hitting inboxes soon!

Sponsorship opportunities are now available! Fill out the form below!

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Applications Open Today!

The Hospitality ERG PLUS (PHERG) ROUND 2 will focus on businesses in the lodging sector.  If an eligible entity received funding in HERG PLUS (PHERG) Round 1, they are capped at $40,000; for example, entities that received $40,000 are entitled to $0; an entity that received $15,000 would be eligible for up to $25,000 and an entity that received $5,000 would be eligible for up to $35,000. The same concept applies to multiple entities as the cap remains $80,000 with $40,000 per facility using the same logic. There can be no single entity that receives in excess of a total of $40,000 or group of businesses with combined ownership structure involving multiple eligible entities that receive in excess of $80,000.

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