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Arizona is offering up to $1,000 in holiday packages to residents of the state.

The state’s tourism board announced Friday that residents can get two $300 holiday packages for the first time this year.

Residents must have a valid I-551 card, have a car registered in the state, and pay a $300 deposit.

The package includes a two-night stay at a hotel in Phoenix, a one-night hotel stay in Mesa, and a $500 purchase of two or more Arizona-made camping trips.

The first $500 will be distributed to one resident.

The second $300 will be used to buy a vacation package to the next resident.

The $1 million holiday package includes one room for two people, two nights at a Tucson hotel, two flights to Mexico, and one day of family vacation time.

Each person will receive a $250 gift card to spend at Target, Kohl’s, Staples, and Home Depot.

Each additional $300 in purchases will be matched by a Target gift card.

The top two hotel rooms in the resort area will also be included in the package.

The holiday package comes on the heels of another Arizona initiative to promote tourism, a $1 billion plan to open up the state to the tourism industry and increase the state’s number of vacation rentals.

The Arizona Tourism Development Authority announced Friday it is offering $1.5 million to help the state expand its tourism industry, and $1 per day until the end of December.

The goal is to double the state as a tourism destination by 2019.

The plan is to expand tourism to the southern part of the United States, including Arizona.

The governor said the holiday package is aimed at providing an additional boost to Arizona’s economy.

He said that the state is experiencing a strong economy and has seen an increase in tourism during the last year.

“This is an investment that will help our state grow in the future,” Gov.

Doug Ducey said in a statement.

“We’ve created thousands of jobs, including new ones in tourism.”