Town of Provincetown, Visitor Services Board
Grants to Massachusetts organizations in eligible locations to attract tourists. Grant funds may be requested to support events as well as marketing efforts that promote tourism. Funding is intended to attract new visitors as well as to promote repeat visitors. Eligible activities promote tourism in Provincetown.
Funds are given to support marketing efforts with the primary focus on events outside of the peak season of July and August.
Example of reimbursable items: Advertising (newspaper/magazine, broadcasting, digital, social media, etc.); Creative fees for flyers, invitations, posters, ads, etc.; Website development to promote the event; Public relations for the event; Consultant fees related to marketing the event are reimbursable.
Matching Marketing Grants
Funds can be used throughout the fiscal year to support marketing efforts that promote tourism. Funds are to be used to provide marketing through advertising and/or the creation and production of other forms of marketing for the purpose of enhancing Provincetown's economic base. Funding must be used for Marketing and Public Relations efforts ONLY. Your marketing endeavors are to help support the efforts of bringing new visitors to Town as well as promoting re-visitation.
Examples are: Advertising (newspaper/magazine, broadcasting, digital display ads, social media, etc.); Creation of ads, press releases, digital and social media platforms, website development, etc.
GrantWatch ID#: 148869
FY22 Grant Program: July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
If you have trouble accessing the link or would like further information, please contact the Tourism Department at (508) 487-3298 or email@example.com.
Director of Tourism
Assistant Director of Tourism
330 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657
Phone: (508) 487-3298
Fax: (508) 487-7085
USA: Massachusetts: Town of Provincetown
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