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Lenox Tub Parade; photo by Mary McGurn, courtesy of the Berkshire Visitors Bureau, via Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism.
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Mass Office of Travel and Tourism Grant Opportunity

FY22 TTR grant application deadline fast approaching.

Lenox Tub Parade; photo by Mary McGurn, courtesy of the Berkshire Visitors Bureau, via Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism; (CC BY-ND 2.0).

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The application deadline for the FY22 Travel and Tourism Recovery (TTR) Grant Program, is January 19 at 5 p.m. There has been tremendous interest in this competitive grant program, which is the implementation of FY22 funding by the MA Legislature to strengthen the economy of Massachusetts through the development and enhancement of the state’s tourism industry. In its second round and funded at $4 million through the Tourism Trust Fund, the TTR Grant Program will provide funding for creative marketing solutions designed to increase visitation and overnight stays from beyond 50 miles and align with MOTT’s statewide My Local MA campaign. TTR Grant Program guidelines and information are available here.

Applications must be submitted through MOTT’s online application portal. Awards will be announced in March 2022. For any questions, please contact Jere Shea

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