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Richmond Region Tourism offering complimentary RVA masks at visitor centers

RRT is currently operating two Visitor Centers at the VMFA Robinson House and the Richmond International Airport. Both locations are open daily 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.  

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Interested in adding to your personal mask collection? Richmond Region Tourism is giving away free “RVA” masks at its local visitor centers around the region.

RRT is currently operating two Visitor Centers at the VMFA Robinson House and the Richmond International Airport. Both locations are open daily 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.

“Face masks are one of the most effective tools we have to protect one another from COVID-19,” said Jack Berry, Richmond Region Tourism CEO & President. “By wearing masks, we also support the economy by helping small businesses stay open. We’re encouraging people to stop by our Visitor Centers for a free mask and to learn new ideas as locals discover and rediscover all the rich experiences our region has to offer.”

As the region’s primary marketer, Richmond Region Tourism has focused on supporting businesses and cultural institutions throughout the pandemic. RRT’s team recently launched TravelSafeRVA.com to keep visitors and partners informed about safety precautions. The organization is also actively working to rebook meetings, conventions, and sporting events and helping clients implement safety protocols.

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