We just submitted a grant to the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, the Utah Rural Development Grant, for the amount of $9,000. We’d like to share with you the grant for a few reasons:
// in terms of a grant, this one is relatively simple (3 pages, mostly narrative)
// in case you too can consider applying for this grant (or finding the equivalent for your state)
// so you know what we’re seeking funding on, as a matter of public notice, and as a matter of perhaps you know another funding source we should look into.
If you’re actually interested in the bones of this, click “Read More.”
We’ve been unofficially providing design services for local businesses, but now it is official! Check out our online portfolio to see our past work. Though most of our clients operate within a 150-mile radius of Green River, Utah or align with our values, potential clients include any business, entity, or individual requiring design services, printing assistance, or financial consultations nationwide.
Here are some of the services we provide:
Print /// business cards, letterhead, books, correspondence stock, postcards, stickers, brochures, buttons/pins, advertisements, menus, pamphlets, signs, hats, water bottles, general merchandise, apparel, and calendars.
In-House Silkscreen Printing /// acquisition of blank apparel (e.g. shirts or tote bags) and/or paper items (e.g. postcard or poster) and printed on (one-color maximum in-house), and print consultations for out-of-house jobs
Digital /// advertisements, banners, website consultation, social media consultation, design and management, and website design/build
Events /// flyer design and print, social media hype, program design and print, catering, live talent management (e.g. band or dj), music and sound, stage, and venue booking
Financial Assistance /// grant-writing, funding referrals, fundraising ideas, budget design, bookkeeping assistance, land acquisition consultation, and general finances consultation
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a free quote or to set-up a meeting.
Thanks to our shirt tree out front of the Epicenter, our t-shirts are now ripe and ready for your Get On Your Bike & Ride t-shirt orders! Three luscious colors are available in high-quality, 100% cotton, vintage soft Alternative Apparel brand in your size! Choose from deep purple, Epicenter red, or lieutenant navy!
Order from our Etsy page (link) anytime.
IF YOU ORDER TODAY, ENTER THE COUPON CODE “treeshirts” AND RECEIVE 20% OF YOUR SHIRT(S) ORDER! Today’s price is just $13.60 per shirt, plus $5 S+H (order up to 9 shirts and pay S+H only once). This offer ends at 11:59pm tonight (20 January).
Money might not grow on trees, but high-quality cotton t-shirts do!
Tumblamp Floorlamp Prototype by Charlotte X.C. Sullivan
Inspired by the weeds that tumble down the wide streets of Green River, Charlotte has made a tumbleweed lamp. Potentially, this is one in a series of Tumblamps. This example is a floorlamp comprised of vintage found parts and a genuine San Rafael Desert tumbleweed.
The Tumblamp featured above is intended to be a prototype, but in case you’re interested in purchasing it email email@example.com for details on how to buy this lamp or have one made to your specifications!
We know, we know. People are constantly coming and going from Epicenter. So, here is a little info about who is here right now. Current stats:
//Average age 26 years 2 months 7 days
//75% have spent most of their life in Alabama
//Average distance from place of birth: 995.7 miles
//Average distance from former place of residence: 1,583.3 miles
//50% of us studied architecture at Auburn University: College of Architecture, Design, and Construction in 2008.
//75% of us graduated from Auburn University: College of Architecture, Design, and Construction in 2008.
//Combined we have been to all of the United States of America except Alaska and North Dakota.
//The furthest place we have been from Green River, Utah is Hong Kong (7325 miles, as the bird flies).
//We are all cycling enthusiasts.
The official record of gifts, steals, and freezes from the Epicenter Holiday Hootenanny.
At December’s holiday party, we hosted thirty staff, volunteers, and community members in a holiday party full of delicious desserts and laughs. Some people took full advantage of the $5 gift limit and some, well… decided to buy a $2 record from the Thrift Store of Polka Favorites or pile a large box full of empty aluminum cans (worth $14.27 in Michigan, apparently).
Within an hour of posting the request, we have a Flip camera for us!
Send it our way!
Thank you! We knew our supporters would come through for us.
We are back in Green River again!
Already, it has been very busy today. We just got out of a meeting with Dave Conine of USDA, Rural Development and the Department of Workforce Services, and got two design jobs out of it!
We want to welcome Zoe Minikes, visiting us from California. She’s here to jump start this new year and get some tasks done as an enthusiastic and energetic instigator.
AND, our new AmeriCorps NCCC Team, Gold 5, is due to arrive within the next 20 minutes! We better get going and go meet them at the interstate for the parade into town!
We promise it’ll be back to normal from here on out, with a post from the Frontier every day. This year has a lot in store for us, we can already tell.