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News From the Field: Route 66 Neon Sign Restoration Grant Program is a Hit

Efforts are being made all along Route 66 to restore the historic neon signs. Read about what they're doing in Tulsa. 

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News From the Field: Route 66 Neon Sign Restoration Grant Program is a Hit
News From the Field: Route 66 Neon Sign Restoration Grant Program is a Hit

A program announced in April by the Tulsa (Oklahoma) Route 66 Commission to issue grants to property owners to restore neon signs made during the glory days of U.S. Route 66-often called the Mother Road, or Main Street U.S.A.-is proving perhaps more popular than the commission anticipated.

Given that there are limited funds, the commission has issued a statement clarifying how much money can be awarded to a given applicant at a given time.

Prompting the announcement was one business owner who applied for multiple grants to fix multiple signs on his property. While the commission says it appreciates the interest, it wants to spread the limited funds around to help as many people as possible restore their own little piece of history.

To read more from Public Radio Tulsa, click here.

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Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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