The film commissioner offered high praise for the Colorado Film and Video Association and its efforts to help get the incentive doubled by the legislature. "I think the CFVA was really instrumental last year in getting this bill passed," he said. "Every time we stumbled or hit a little roadblock, the members came out and sent the message to the legislature that we really needed this. The legislature listens to the citizens, and these are the working citizens." That support needs to continue, CFVA board members conclude. CFVA members are urged to let their state representatives and senators know that the incentive is working, is generating significant economic activity in Colorado, is creating permanent jobs in the state, and helps show off our beautiful environs to the rest of the world, making incentivized films and television shows indispensable tourism promotion tools.
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