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Creative ways to spruce up cities highlighted at West Virginia Governor’s Conference on Tourism

By CONOR GRIFFITH

NCWV Media

Author Peter Kageyama speaks at the 2018 Governor’s Conference on Tourism at the Morgantown Event Center, explaining how cities can make themselves known through creative yet practical means. He cited Point Pleasant’s Mothman Festival as an example.
(NCWV Media photo by Conor Griffith)

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.  — Tourism in West Virginia is on the rise, and ways to keep that trend going were explored Tuesday during the first day of the 2018 Governor’s Conference on Tourism at the Morgantown Event Center.

State Tourism Commissioner Chelsea Ruby delivered the welcoming address to conference participants, who included representatives of visitors bureaus throughout the state, as well as faculty members of West Virginia University.

Ruby detailed the state’s tourism promotion efforts over the past year.

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