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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 125. Planning, Housing and Zoning § 125.2089a

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Sec. 89a.  (1) The board shall establish a Michigan promotion program to promote tourism in Michigan and pay business development and marketing costs to promote business development in Michigan.  Tourism promotion shall include, but is not limited to, cultural, vacation, recreational, leisure, hunting-related, motor sports entertainment-related, and agriculture-related travel across this state that includes activities that promote tourism in all 4 seasons.

(2) The funding provided under this chapter for tourism promotion is intended to enhance funding beyond that included in the annual appropriation for travel Michigan to attract additional tourism expenditures and development of the tourism industry in this state.

(3) Not more than 4% of the annual appropriation as provided by law from the 21st century jobs trust fund established in the Michigan trust fund act, 2000 PA 489, MCL 12.251 to 12.260, may be used for the purpose of administering the program authorized under this chapter.

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