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U.S. Travel Association: CARES ACT UPDATE


How To Navigate the Recently Passed Relief Passage


CARES Act Webinar: Listen In

VisitGreenvilleSC participated in a webinar hosted by U.S. Travel. U.S. Travel walked members through the provisions of the CARES Act for which travel industry companies are eligible. Travel industry companies' eligibility varies by relief, but may encompass hotels, restaurants, attractions, meetings and events, tour operators, wineries, airports, and small businesses, among others. Please see these helpful resources below – all of which are also available on U.S. Travel’s CARES Act Relief Resources page. It is the intent to ensure as many businesses as possible are equipped to take advantage of the assistance available and provide guidance on how to navigate the recently passed relief package.

For the full recording with slides and audio on Vimeo (1 hr, 21 min), click the button below:

What You Need to Know: An Overview of Provisions & Eligibility


  1. ​View the full slide deck outlining CARES Act provisions and eligibility: This overview will give you insight on determining which financial assistance programs are relevant for your business situation.
  2. View FAQs to see the answer to many questions that have already been asked by other small business owners.

In the webinar, U.S. Travel's government relations team shared detailed information about the following CARES Act provisions, including who is eligible, what kind of financial assistance is provided, and how companies can apply, as well as any outstanding questions or direction still to come from the administration. 


*Small Business Administration

Other CARES Act Resources

ELIBILITY GUIDE: U.S. Travel's CARES Act Relief Resources page has a host of other resources as well, most notably a Guide to CARES Act Eligibility that can walk you through exactly what your organization is eligible for.

The CARES Act Relief Resources page also includes other official resources from the Small Business Administration, House Small Business Committee, U.S. Department of Labor, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, among other materials.

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