Beth Sergent email@example.com
October 19, 2013
POINT PLEASANT — Point Pleasant will be featured in one of West Virginia’s premiere magazines which is sold in 25 states as well as Canada and celebrates life in the Mountain State.
On Friday, Laura Rote, managing editor and Elizabeth Roth, photographer, for WV Living Magazine, were being given the grand tour of downtown Point Pleasant by Main Street Point Pleasant Director Charles Humphreys. Life in downtown Point Pleasant will be featured in the magazine’s Fall 2014 edition - Rote and Roth were in town to get seasonal photos well in advance of the issue.
Rote said the fall issue is known as a premiere, double issue and the story on Point Pleasant will be a feature-style article in nature, showcasing life, culture and recreation in the fall months.
While walking along their tour, both women said they were especially impressed with Riverfront Park as well as the Point Pleasant River Museum, among other destinations.
“Amazing,” Humphreys said about the opportunity the feature could bring Point Pleasant. “This will be amazing in terms of getting the word out about the community.”
WV Living Magazine is part of New South Media, Inc., a Morgantown-based media company which also produces the publications WV Weddings Magazine, WV Living Morgantown, WV Living Outdoors, Explore and The Ultimate Sports and Travel Guide to the Big 12. Founded in 2008 by Nikki Bowman, New South Media, Inc. is a multimedia company that publishes regional lifestyle and travel magazines for a national audience, which means Point Pleasant will reach readers around the country.
These publications are also available as digital applications on Apple, Kindle, and Google platforms which means the feature on Point Pleasant in Fall 2014 will be easy to access for those not near a newsstand which sells the actual magazine.
The edition featuring Point Pleasant should be available in September 2014 with portions of it available online at wvliving.com around this time as well. Print editions are on sale locally in Huntington.