Governor Phil Scott and Agency of Commerce and Community Development Secretary Michael Schirling today announced the appointment of Wendy Knight as Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing.
Governor Phil Scott joined local, state and federal partners Friday, to announce a $525,000 community development grant to the City of South Burlington. The federal Community Development Block Grant will help build City Center Senior Housing – 39 units of affordable senior housing located in the City’s Tax Increment Finance
The Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing is pleased to announce that Vicky Tebbetts has been selected as the new Chair of the Vermont Travel & Recreation Council (TRC). Tebbetts was elected to the post by a vote of current TRC Board members.
The Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing has named 13 Vermont organizations and businesses as recipients of this year’s Market Vermont program’s matching grants. Each grant recipient will receive between $5,000-$10,000 to promote themselves outside of the state.
In recognition of Vermont’s rich history of quarrying, manufacturing and utilizing its abundant deposits of granite, marble and slate, the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing has published The Vermont Stone Trail guide to help visitors explore the many attractions and destinations in the state that are tied to these valued resources.
In addition to the state’s stunning fall foliage, events celebrating autumn, the arts, film, and food and drink are among the highlights for Vermont’s calendar in October. Visitors to the state are recommended to book their trips in advance
In addition to the beautiful fall foliage that will return to Vermont this September, the month is also marked by a number of festivals and shows that make the state a great place to visit during late summer and early autumn. One of Vermont's premier music events, Grace Potter's Grand Point North, will be held September 17 and 18.