West Virginia State University Extension Agent Appointed to WVHTA, Huntington Area CVB Board of Directors

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November 15, 2021
West Virginia State University Extension Agent Appointed to WVHTA, Huntington Area CVB Board of Directors
INSTITUTE, W.Va. – West Virginia State University (WVSU) Extension Agent Chris Zeto has been appointed to the West Virginia Hospitality and Travel Association (WVHTA) Board of Directors, as well as to the Board of Directors for the Huntington Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB). 

The WVHTA serves as the official voice of the food service, convention and visitors bureaus, lodging and travel industries in the state. Huntington Area CVB serves Cabell and Wayne counties.

“I am honored to be serving on the Boards of these wonderful organizations and representing the Hatfield-McCoy Trails,” said Zeto, who has worked in the tourism business for 13 years. Based in Logan County, his position is a partnership between WVSU Extension Service and Hatfield-McCoy Trails. “I look forward to being the voice of many local businesses and organizations that depend on the support of the tourism industry in southern West Virginia.”

In his role with WVSU, Zeto serves as a marketing consultant for the Trails, specializing in community outreach, new and existing business support, and marketing assistance.

The WVHTA represents the hospitality and travel industry's interests to both governmental and private sectors and serves as the connection between all those involved with the development of tourism in West Virginia. The purpose of the association is to unite and benefit West Virginia’s unique lodging, restaurant/food service, travel and allied industries for the protection, education and promotion of their common goals and interests.

The Huntington Area CVB provides visitors of the Tri-State with all the resources needed to navigate Huntington and Cabell County.

For more information about Hatfield-McCoy Trails, visit trailsheaven.com.

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