Aderholt announces grant for Marshall County Mobile Visitor Center
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Robert Aderholt (R-Ala.) Has announced a $ 59,000 grant for a new mobile visitor center in Marshall County.
The grant, which comes from the Appalachian Regional Commission, was awarded to Marshall County Tourism and Sports (MCTS), formerly known as the Marshall County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
“I am delighted to announce this grant to Marshall County Tourism and Sports,” Aderholt said in a statement. “Marshall County has always been a tourist draw, with Guntersville Lake and surrounding areas sometimes referred to as ‘the southern playground’.”
According to explorelakeguntersville.com, the areas surrounding Marshall County Tourism and Sports offer “its own unique blend of southern charm and small town atmosphere.” The organization covers the entire county but has noted tourist spots found in the towns of Albertville, Arab, Boaz, Grant and Guntersville.
“This new mobile visitor center will allow even more people outside the area to experience this area of the 4th Congress District,” Aderholt continued. “I am proud to advance this type of funding in Congress.”
For more information on the grant, click here.
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