2024 Tourism Asset Development (TAD) Program Open through February 29th.

The TAD program is a voluntary program that is unique to Wind River Country. The Wind River Visitors Council gives 25% of the local lodging tax back to the communities in the percentage that they contribute to the lodging tax. Depending on occupancy rates, these numbers are constantly changing. These funds are distributed by the chambers of commerce offices in Lander and Riverton; and by the towns of Dubois, Hudson and Shoshoni to market the communities. Marketing efforts may include events, grants, educational programs and more.

The purpose of the Tourism Asset Development program is to provide financial support to communities through the Fremont County lodging tax, which is overseen by the Wind River Visitors Council. Each community utilizes these funds to help them grow their visitor and tourism economies. The goal is to increase visitor spending by encouraging visitors to stay longer in Fremont County.

Those Eligible to apply for the TAD program include tourism-related organizations, civic organizations, and non-profit organizations for the purpose of developing tourism assets in the Riverton area.

For more information and to download the application, please follow the link below. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to [email protected]. Please send completed applications to [email protected] or drop them off in person to the Chamber office at 111 N 1st St., Riverton.

You can download the TAD Grant Application by clicking here.