Public call for support of events of the Tourist Board of the town of Hvar

first_imgRequests are submitted to the address:Hvar Tourist BoardSt. Stephen’s Square 4221 450 HVAR The beneficiaries are obliged to use the support funds for the realization of the event, for which he received financial support, and the Hvar Tourist Board to submit a report on the use of funds with appropriate documentation, which confirms the report and, if necessary, submit additional, subsequently requested documentation. Grants will be approved for the organization and implementation of cultural, entertainment, sports. eno-gastronomic and other events, and from the Hvar Tourist Board, invite interested legal and natural persons (local governments, companies, cooperatives, associations, institutions, clubs, etc.), as organizers of events, to submit their applications for financial support . Untimely and incomplete requests will not be considered by the Tourist Board of the Hvar Tourist Board. “Request for financial support for events in 2020.” you can find on the following link. Photo: Hvar Tourist Board The deadline for submitting applications for financial support for events in 2020 is until February 29, 2020. The applicant should submit to the Hvar Tourist Board the project of the event and a clear explanation for which part of the project funds are requested, user data (legal status, name, address, contact) and information on the share of project co-financing by other entities. Subject Public call is the award of grants from the Tourist Board of the City of Hvar for events that raise the quality of the tourist offer of the city of Hvar, contribute to the growth of the number of guests and increase consumption, and promote Hvar as an interesting tourist destination.last_img read more

‘Dear Lionel’: Australian team tries to entice Messi Down Under

first_imgFootballing minnows Adelaide United issued a long-shot bid to entice superstar Lionel Messi to join its ranks Wednesday, touting the remote South Australian city as a coronavirus safe haven for playing and raising his family.Writing a “Dear Lionel” letter after news Messi wanted to quit his long association with Barcelona, Adelaide United Director Ian Smith cited his state’s “brilliant” schools, tourist attractions and world-class wines as reasons the Argentine should head Down Under.He also noted South Australia’s success in containing the coronavirus pandemic which is still ravaging much of Europe, saying the state would be “safe for your young family”. Topics : Smith admitted Adelaide United, which finished in seventh place in Australia’s 11-team A League during a coronavirus-hit season, would not be able to pay Messi the kind of massive salary he is used to.”We cannot offer you much in the form of financial compensation,” Smith said, explaining that the pandemic had badly damaged his team’s finances.”But, hey, let’s not let that get in the way of something that promises to be very special; once you are here, you will be so happy and money will seem merely incidental,” he said.center_img “While Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and others may be chasing your signature, wouldn’t you really like to go somewhere different?” wrote Smith in the letter posted on the club’s Facebook page.”Indeed, as a consumer of Penfolds Grange, one of the world’s finest wines, we will find you a house in the suburb of Magill — It’s just a free-kick away from Penfolds’ award-winning Magill Estate restaurant, where you will have a regular table at your disposal,” he said.The six-time Ballon d’Or winner shocked the football world by informing Barcelona Tuesday that he wanted to leave the team where he has played his entire professional career, was the record scorer and won four Champions League titles.The move is expected to spark a legal battle over a buy-out clause worth hundreds of millions of dollars.last_img read more