The Vermont Chamber tourism team launched an improved directoryon VermontVacation.com. Developed with user experience at the forefront, the directory is a vacation planning tool with easy navigation and direct-booking capabilities for featured listings.
Our Government Affairs Director Charles Martin was interviewed about Vermont's future and our push for more business relief. Vermont Chamber advocacy on behalf of impacted businesses is reflected in proposed additional grants. We continue to push for swift and meaningful relief, including passage of the latest relief proposal.
The pandemic has affected all aspects of the tourism economy in Vermont. To help quantify the impact, take this survey. Having accurate impact data will help inform recovery strategies going forward. Responses are requested by September 4.
The Vermont Dept. of Health has updated information on COVID-19 testing in the workplace. The Dept. of Health does not recommend requiring asymptomatic employees to test for COVID-19 or provide proof of a negative test prior to returning to work, unless that person is looking to end their quarantine period early.
This month’s Member Spotlight is Sunsoil CBD. Sunsoil is a different kind of CBD company. They're proudly based in Vermont. They grow their own hemp on their farms in Hardwick and Hyde Park. And they are certified organic by the USDA and NOFA Vermont. Sunsoil never uses pesticides, herbicides or GMOs on their farms, and their products are made with simple, natural ingredients like organic coconut oil. If you'd like to try this organic, Vermont-grown CBD for yourself, take 30% off your first sunsoil.com order with the code VTCHAMBER.
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