Gov. Phil Scott announced Monday that the State of Vermont was kicking off a six-week campaign to raise funds for Vermonters and businesses that continue to struggle following this summer’s historic flooding. The campaign will be through the continuing sale of “Vermont Strong” license plates, socks and gloves through which the proceeds will support individuals through the Vermont Community Foundation and businesses through Vermont’s Business Emergency Gap Assistance Program. Scott made the announcement during his weekly press conference held Monday during which he made note of the Thanksgiving holiday and the resiliency and generosity of Vermonters as well as the people and businesses that are continuing to struggle with the flooding impact.
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