Love Small Town America and the KS Dept. of Commerce Have Partnered to Bring ROZ Communities Free Webpages
From now until Feb. 13, ROZ Communities (towns or counties) can apply for a free webpage and Love Small Town America membership. You get a great, worry-free web presence, free advertising and promotion, a listing in our directory of towns and/or counties, and connections to a growing network of small towns. It’s easy, it’s free, it makes a difference. The Kansas Department of Commerce feels so strongly that this is a vital step for ROZ communities to take, they’re footing the bill so ROZ communities can get in on this great opportunity. Scholarships are limited, so apply as soon as possible to ensure you are one of the lucky ones!
What is the ROZ Webpage Scholarship?
A one-year scholarship (valued at $225+) that covers the cost of a community webpage and membership in the Love Small Town America network to provide accurate, interesting information about your community, share events, post jobs and real estate listings, connect local businesses with publicity and affordable webpages of their own, and get your community noticed!
Check out a community webpage and click through the different tabs to see the many features. Visit: Grainfield, KS.
What Are the Benefits of a Love Small Town America Webpage?
Our members are part of a network of small communities. Every member gets a full-featured web presence that is completely hassle-free. We do all the work, from building the site, to writing the copy, to performing maintenance and updates. We also include free promotion as part of the deal to help you show the world why they should call a small town home and to showcase the best small towns in America. Learn more about the many benefits you’ll receive as a Love Small Town America member when you apply for the webpage scholarship.
How Do I Apply?
Fill out a scholarship application and return it to Chris Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org. Communities (counties or towns) participating in the ROZ program with a population of 5,000 or fewer can apply.