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A Tourism Focused COVID-19 Recovery Program Will Continue Into the Fall.

The Manitoba Chambers of Commerce reports more than 11 thousand Manitobans took advantage of their Tourism Rebate Incentive Program called TRIP.  They note that adds up to more than 93 hundred hotel room nights during the two week window as well as more than 25 hundred rebates on admission to Manitoba’s STAR attractions.  Chambers President Chuck Davidson has announced an additional 18 days of Manitoba adventures, road trips and staycations.

              The Phase Two TRIP program window opens today and closes Sunday, September 12th.  Manitoba residents aged 18 and over who have not yet participated in TRIP can upload proof of purchase receipts for eligible hotel motel stays as well as for attraction admission fees to www.tripmb.ca in order to access a 100 dollar hotel rebate or a 150 dollar rebate off the price of a specially designed hotel package as well as a 50 percent rebate off the price of general admission at one of 31 Manitoba Star Attractions.

              Davidson adds based on uptake during phase one the remaining TRIP rebate budget will likely be allocated fully by the time the three week phase two window closes.

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