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Algoma Chamber receiving $10,000 state grant for local tourism

Algoma is one of 120 communities in the state to benefit from Governor Tony Evers' announcement Wednesday awarding $15 million in tourism grants to Destination Marketing Organizations.  The Algoma Chamber of Commerce will receive $10,000 to attract visitors from outside the area.  Executive Director Ken Weinaug says the state money will go a long way to promoting Algoma throughout the state.

 

 

Weinaug adds that the tourism numbers in Algoma were great this past year, significantly benefiting from good weather for the Shanty Days and Soar on the Shore events this summer.  He anticipates bigger and better tourism opportunities in 2022 with the additional grant money.  

 

Distribution of grant money by the state here. 

 

 

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