Four Corners Economic Development debuts new, improved website

Andreas Milano

The new website was launched on April 1. Four Corners Economic Development had identified the need for a new website as a major priority. 4CED contracted with the Golden Shovel Agency to produce the new site. FARMINGTON — There’s a lot more to economic development work than simply compiling and […]

  • The new website was launched on April 1.
  • Four Corners Economic Development had identified the need for a new website as a major priority.
  • 4CED contracted with the Golden Shovel Agency to produce the new site.

FARMINGTON — There’s a lot more to economic development work than simply compiling and organizing a bunch of facts and figures, something Arvin Trujillo knows very well.

But that’s a good place to start. And now, Trujillo — CEO of Four Corners Economic Development Inc., the organization charged with marshaling efforts to bring new business to San Juan County — knows that, for the first time, he has a well-sharpened tool designed to help him do his job.

On April 1, 4CED launched its new website, 4cornersed.com, which was financed by a $20,000 grant from Farmington’s Merrion Family Foundation. Trujillo said his organization had identified the need for a stronger new website as a priority last year, and it put together a proposal seeking funding for the project, sending it to local philanthropic organizations. The Merrion Family Foundation responded with the grant.

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