By FRED PACE
The Intelligencer/Wheeling News Journal
WHEELING, W.Va. — Jamboree In The Hills will return intact. Changes announced earlier this week concerning the country music show, owned by Live Nation, in Belmont County each July brought a wave of complaints from diehard fans of the country music festival. As a result, Jamboree In The Hills will remain a four-day event, coolers will be permitted on site and the morning fan run will continue to be known as the Red Neck Run, JITH General Manager Kelly Tucker-Jones announced this morning. Also, the name of the festival will not be Jambo Country as announced earlier. It will remain Jamboree In The Hills.
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