2012 West Virginia Travel Guide Now Available
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The 2012 West Virginia Official State Travel Guide has arrived and is available free by request or at Welcome Centers statewide, courtesy of the West Virginia Division of Tourism.
Travelers will find all the information they need at their fingertips. Shopping, dining, lodging, outdoor recreation and entertainment is conveniently arranged by travel region. The guide also contains a 2012 calendar of events occurring statewide.
"I'm happy to share the beauty of the Mountain State with visitors here and abroad," Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said. "We have so much to offer, from our beautiful state parks, to world-class skiing and whitewater rafting, to top-notch shopping and dining. Start planning your trip today and discover what makes West Virginia so wild and wonderful."
The cover photo of this year's edition was taken at Alpine Lake Resort in Preston County. The guide features interviews with famous West Virginians, a list of what's new in West Virginia, articles on the new Boy Scout camp and the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, and much more.
The guide's compact size makes it easy to carry in a backpack, glove box or saddlebags. In addition, smart phone users can gain immediate access to online information via QR codes on select ads.
The guide was published in cooperation with Miles Media Inc., which has produced the Official State Travel Guide since 2004. It was printed at Quad Graphics in Martinsburg.
To request a free copy of the 2012 Official State Travel Guide, visit the West Virginia Division of Tourism online at www.wvtourism.com/travelguide or call 1-800-CALL WVA.
News Source: West Virginia Division of Tourism
Posted January 27, 2012 || Viewed 2,989 times