TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly now introduced the very first-spherical of 2022 funding recipients for the Tourism Internet marketing Grant System (TMGP). The TMGP, administered by Kansas Tourism, helps Vacation spot Advertising and marketing Companies, tourism communities and journey market companies or situations. The program will help with initial-time promoting attempts or enhancement of present-day advertising with new or impressive procedures.
“Our tourism field injects hundreds of thousands into our financial system and adds a different incentive for people to put down roots in our condition,” Governor Laura Kelly reported. “These grants will enrich local neighborhood efforts to develop top quality tourism property that will improve the overall economy and improve the high-quality of lifetime for all Kansans.”
Kansas Tourism will provide a full of $21,685 in TMGP funding for 3 tourism marketing jobs. Money will be applied to encourage tourists to select Kansas as a vacation spot.
“Tourism is all about bringing readers and new pounds to Kansas,” Lieutenant Governor and Commerce Secretary David Toland stated. “We’re happy to help neighborhood advertising and marketing initiatives that showcase the terrific areas to go to across our scenic and lively condition. When someone travels to a group, they eat at regional restaurants, continue to be at neighborhood resorts, store at nearby stores—and all of this supports local community progress and economic prosperity.”
The grant recipients are:
- Lawrence Busker Pageant – to create a assortment of skilled video belongings for upcoming promotions and social written content
- Business of Economic Growth, Wabaunsee County – to produce digital property for use in a new tourism internet site and future advertising campaigns
- Mature Clay County – to use in the direction of web-site style and a billboard marketing campaign showcasing Clay County points of interest
“Tourism internet marketing and marketing is critical to our sector and in encouraging travel to and through Kansas” mentioned Kansas Tourism Director, Bridgette Jobe. “This grant makes it possible for locations and occasions to investigate new internet marketing avenues and prolong their existing achieve. It leverages our endeavours from a state point of view and collectively provides much more people to Kansas.”
TMGP programs are approved throughout the yr with awards given in March and Oct. For additional information, click on below or speak to Kansas Tourism grant program manager Taylor Hartshorn at [email protected]