Frequently Asked Questions
What is this program?
The six chambers and associations of the White Mountains region have collaborated to create the White Mountains 100-Mile Challenge, an exhilarating new way to explore the White Mountains, take photos and win prizes.
Who is participating?
Participating organizations in this program include: Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce, Twin Mountain/Bretton Woods Chamber of Commerce, Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce, Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce, Franconia Notch Chamber of Commerce, Western White Mountains Chamber of Commerce, Main Street Littleton, Go Littleton, Ski NH and White Mountains Attractions.
How is this program funded?
Funds for development and promotion of the White Mountain 100-Mile Challenge were made possible by a special program, the Chamber of Commerce Partnership Assistance Fund, created by the NH Governor’s Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery (GOFERR) to support collaborative efforts among chambers that were ineligible for CARES Act funding through other programs.
Why is my community not represented?
The GOFERR committee created seven regions across the state which included the chambers listed above. We recommend reaching out to your local Chamber of Commerce to see what marketing initiatives they are currently working on to represent your area.
How will I be notified if I win?
Weekly winners will be notified by email each week. Prizes will be mailed directly to the winner. Grand Prize winner will be chosen on Monday, December 7th and will be notified by email.
What other initiatives is this group working on?
Granite State Safe- An educational resource for visitors and businesses aiming to welcome and educate guests on how to be safe and considerate while recreating in the White Mountains.
PPE Product Distribution- Helping chamber members by providing free ppe and contacts to secure additional ppe.
Workforce & Housing Recruitment Campaign- Promoting the area to visitors as a place to live, work, play while working remotely, doing school remotely, or relocating their home or business to the area as well as working to actively promote area job opportunities and seek creative housing options.
Developing a White Mountains Regional Culture- Exploring the current needs, priorities, and vision of creating a new culture for the outdoor recreation tourism industry in the White Mountains as a result of challenging behaviors and impacts on area businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.