Who do I talk to about highway directional signage to my property?
How can I get bulk orders of the New Hampshire Visitor Guides and State Highway Maps?
How do I register my business with the state?
Is there any grant money available for the tourism industry?
Can I apply for distribution of my brochure even though I am not printing it with JPP funds?
What is eligible to be listed in the Calendar of Events on www.visitnh.gov?
How do I get my local event on www.visitnh.gov?
How do I get my brochure in the Welcome Information Centers?
When is the next Governor and Executive Council meeting?
How do I get on the state's bid list?
When is the deadline for the next JPP application?
Permits and information regarding Tourist Oriented Directional Signs can be found on the "Laws, Rules and Regulations" page at the New Hampshire Department of Transportation website at http://www.nh.gov/dot/laws/index.htm. The tourist information signage information can be found under the “DOT Regulations” section.
Quantities of the New Hampshire Visitor Guides and State Highway Maps are available free of charge to local information centers, chambers of commerce, regional tourism associations, and state welcome centers*. To order, contact the Division of Travel and Tourism Development at 603-271-2665 or email [email protected].
*For groups other than the aforementioned, bulk orders of our literature can be purchased by completing a purchase order available on this website, which breaks down the cost per case and quantities. Purchase order must be sent to the Division of Travel and Tourism Development along with payment in order for the bulk brochure request to be fulfilled.
To register your business with the Secretary of State, contact them at 603-271-3244 or visit http://www.nh.gov/sos/corporate.
Yes. The New Hampshire Joint Promotional Program (JPP) provides assistance to tourist promotion organizations to encourage the development of quality out-of-state and in-state promotion projects.
The primary goals of the program are to assist in the development of New Hampshire as a year-round vacation destination, increase the length of stay, and to raise the level of quality of the projects done by local, regional and statewide organizations in order to maintain a strong economic base in the state.
Yes, with approval from the Division of Travel and Tourism Development.
Events submitted must take place in New Hampshire, not require lodging and be open to the public. Ongoing events happening every day for a month or more are not permitted- we do not have the resources to include such schedules of operation in the events calendar. Please be sure to review our Event Submission Guidelines carefully prior to posting events.
To list your events, please go to visitnh.gov and click the Industry Members link. Log in to your account and click the "Add Event" button to add your event. The event will be approved by DTTD and should appear on the website within 24-72 hours.
The Welcome Center Information Brochure Distribution Program will be evolving over the next several months. The Division of Travel and Tourism Development (DTTD) is taking steps to provide brochure distribution opportunities for the entire New Hampshire tourism industry at the State Department of Transportation Welcome Information Centers. A standardized racking system and efficient distribution through a contractor solicitation will be provided, thus being able to accommodate more varieties of brochures and alleviating some of the current delivery challenges. Those interested in distributing tourism literature at the Welcome Information Centers shall complete an application found at www.visitnh.gov under the Industry Members section and return it to the address by the deadlines listed, along with samples of the publication. DTTD staff will evaluate each request, and where applicable, a written approval will be returned, along with a list of Welcome Information Centers for which the applicant shall be approved. Applicants that are denied shall receive an explanation letter and a copy of the policy with the reason for denial outlined. A list of alternative literature distribution companies shall also be included.
The Governor and Executive Council meetings are typically held on the first and third Wednesday of each month. Executive Council meeting schedule can be found at: http://admin.state.nh.us/comm/index2.asp
To become an authorized vendor to the State of New Hampshire, you need to register by filling out a "Vendor Application" package. You may download this Vendor Application and Alternate W-9 here or view the Commodity Assignment online. The Vendor Application and attachments may be faxed to 603-271-2700 or mailed to: Bureau of Purchase and Property, 25 Capitol Street, Room 102, Concord, NH 03301. To view their website and download an application form and other information visit: www.admin.state.nh.us/purchasing/vendor.asp
The screening committee shall hold meetings for the purpose of reviewing applications on the first Tuesday of January, March, May, July, September, and November, unless the date is changed at a prior committee meeting.
The applicant shall mail or hand-deliver the original and eleven copies of the application and all attachments by 4:00pm on the deadline date to:
Department of Resources and Economic Development
Division of Travel and Tourism Development
100 North Main Street, Suite 100
Concord, NH 03301