$1.1M awarded to Montana tribal nations to enhance tourism
August 10, 2022 /
The Montana Department of Commerce announced on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, that more than $1.1 million of grant funding has been awarded to seven of Montana’s Tribal Nations to enhance tourism activities.
The agency said in a news release that the pilot program – Tribal Tourism Enhancement Grant (TTEG) program – encouraged each tribe to submit a competitive portfolio of projects – a ‘wish-list’ of ideas to improve, enhance, or create long-term tourism offerings to their nations. Eligible tourism projects were required to be “shovel-ready” and demonstrate long-lasting resiliency.
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