Nov 20 2023

Giles County Receives Virginia Tourism Corporation Grant for Tourism Marketing on Behalf of VisitNRV

Giles County Receives Virginia Tourism Corporation Grant for Tourism Marketing on Behalf of VisitNRV   Giles County, on behalf of the regional marketing effort, VisitNRV received a $10,000.00 grant from the Virginia Tourism Corporation (VTC)’s Microbusiness Marketing Leverage Program (MMLP) for its Regional Adventure Trail Guide publication and promotion.   VisitNRV partnered with other local businesses to supply matching funds for the project. The...

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Bruce Bryan (5Points), Erika Tolbert (Pulaski), Peggy White (Pulaski) David Rotenizer (Montgomery), Kathleen Legg (Floyd), and Cora Gnegy (Giles) immediately after winning Best Website award with the new VisitNRV brand
Aug 03 2023

Area Tourism Offices Recognized for New VisitNRV Website

Area Tourism Offices Recognized for New VisitNRV Website On Tuesday, August 1 the Southwest region of Virginia’s travel and tourism stakeholders gathered together at the Wytheville Meeting Center for the fourth annual Celebrate Tourism Summit. Attendees included destination management organizations, hotels, attractions, Chambers of Commerce, elected officials, and tourism stakeholders from across the 19 county and four independent cities that make...

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$2.149 Million in Community Development Block Grants

Governor McAuliffe Announces $2.149 Million in Community Development Block Grants   RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced $2,149,346 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding for four projects in Virginia. This funding will support projects that improve sewer infrastructure and foster economic development in localities across the Commonwealth.   “This program has long been providing funding for projects that improve the quality of life...

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$3,142,588 in Appalachian Regional Commission Grants

Governor McAuliffe Announces $3,142,588 in Appalachian Regional Commission Grants   ~Grants help create hundreds of jobs, expand health care, and diversify economy in Appalachian Region~   RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced he is recommending $3,142,588 in Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) grants for ten projects in the Appalachian Region of Virginia, which encompasses 25 counties and eight independent cities in Southwest Virginia. ARC will...

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