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Join the NCWEDD and partner TEDD for the 2022 Annual Tourism Summit online.

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We are excited to share that this year's event will be by donation and not ticket price. All funds received will go to the Young Warrior Project. An Indigenous-led program with the mission is to educate and provide the tools needed to sustain and protect Mother Earth and all of its natural resources. Also, new this year, we will be doing two giveaways to stay and play in either Northeastern or North Central Washington. Learn more about the Young Warrior Project.

This year's Summit is an online event. Login details will be supplied to all attendees 24-hours in advance by email.

9:30 AM - Event Start

Welcome message and general online housekeeping

9:35 - Land Acknowledgment

Dan Nanamkin, Member of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation

9:45 - Update from the EDA on the ARPA Competitive Tourism Grant

Speaker: Laura Ives, EDA Economic Development Representative

10 AM - RTS ( Rural Tourism Support) Program

Speaker: Kristin Dahl, Founder/CEO Crosscurrent Collective

11 AM - State of Washington Tourism update

Speaker: Michelle Thana, Director of Marketing, The State of Washington Tourism

NOON - LUNCH

1 PM - Project TEDD

Speaker: Rosemary Shaw, Executive Director, Colville Together

1:30 - Project NCWEDD

2 PM - Recreational Roundtable

Moderator: Mat Lyons, Executive Director TREAD

3:30 - PAUSE....Giveaway Time!

3:45 - Continue the Conversation, open forum

4:15 - Event Ends

*Agenda is subject to change*

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Organizer NCW Economic Development District

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The North Central Washington Economic Development District (NCWEDD) is a federally designated, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, economic development district for the NCW region covering Okanogan, Douglas, and Chelan counties and the Colville Confederated Tribes.

The NCWEDD is responsible for regional economic development strategy and planning and collaborates with various private and public agencies to accomplish this goal. The NCWEDD brings together the private and public sectors in a partnership necessary to provide a coordinated strategy and an ongoing economic development program for the region.

www.ncwedd.com

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