Leland Grant Program Aims To Boost Local Tourism

By Staff Reports, posted Apr 16, 2021
The Leland Tourism Development Authority (LTDA) is encouraging local tourism-related businesses and organizations impacted by COVID-19 to apply for its grant program, designed to assist with the marketing and promotion of projects and initiatives that attract visitors to the town of Leland.
Funding for LTDA’s grants is provided through occupancy taxes collected by the town of Leland.
“COVID has created a lot of new challenges for many of our local businesses,” said Leland Mayor Brenda Bozeman, who also serves as chair of the LTDA board, in a news release. “The LTDA was founded to support tourism and travel to Leland, so I and my fellow Board members find it only fitting to support those businesses that help tourism and travel when they may need it the most.”
To be considered for funding, eligible businesses and organizations must complete and submit a written application. Applications may be submitted throughout the year and will be reviewed by the LTDA board prior to approval.
Applications and guidelines are available at For questions regarding the application or eligibility, contact Niel Brooks at 332- 4818 or [email protected].
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