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2014 WV Governor’s Convention on Tourism opens in Charleston

West Virginia Commissioner of Tourism Amy Shuler Goodwin introduces a program on international tourism during Monday's session of the 2014 Governor's Conference on Tourism, being held in Charleston, W.Va., The three-day event outlines Goodwin's "New Vision" for tourism in West Virginia.
West Virginia Commissioner of Tourism Amy Shuler Goodwin introduces a program on international tourism during Monday’s session of the 2014 Governor’s Conference on Tourism, being held in Charleston, W.Va., The three-day event at the Marriott Towncenter outlines Goodwin’s “New Vision” for tourism in West Virginia.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Officials and representatives from across the state gathered in Charleston on Monday for the 2014 Governor’s Conference on Tourism, the largest annual gathering of the West Virginia tourism industry.

The three-day conference features more than two-dozen speakers and panelists, more than 20 sponsors and nearly 300 attendees.

Commissioner of Tourism Amy Shuler Goodwin outlined her “A New Vision” presentation on the future direction of tourism marketing in West Virginia.

The conference continues through Wednesday in Charleston. For more information on the new tourism initiative, visit www.wvtourism.com or follow @GoToWV on Twitter.

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