Secretary of Tourism Kelli Trumble and Native American Tourism of Wisconsin chairwoman Cassie Molkentin signed an agreement Tuesday at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center that outlined the scope of the state grant and its purpose. The group will use $200,000 in the first year to hire a tourism development director who would work with the 11 tribes and the state to enhance tourism opportunities on tribal reservations.
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