Philippi CVB Board visits store

Submitted photo Store manager Nick Riggleman is pictured above receiving a framed print of the Philippi Covered Bridge which was presented to the store by the CVB. Also shown are CVB Board member Tammy Stemple, who represents Philippi Main Street, Karen Larry who represents Adaland Mansion and is CVB Board president, and Board member Ed Larry, who represents the Philippi Historical Museum.

PHILIPPI — Philippi’s Convention and Visitors Bureau continues to visit new businesses in Philippi with the purpose of welcoming the new business to Philippi and to thank the business for its faith in the economic status of the town.

Recently, CVB representatives visited Philippi’s Tractor Supply Store at 66 Daycon Drive, Rt. 250 S, in the former Foodland building. Opening its doors on March 13 of this year, the store is stocked with items for farm and ranch, for trucks, tools, sporting goods, home goods and toys, clothing and accessory items, and many other categories of merchandise.

Store manager Nick Riggleman said he is pleased to be managing the local store after having spent 12 years with Tractor Supply. Riggleman spoke highly of the store employees and their attention to customer service.

According to the WV law and the Philippi City Charter under which the Philippi CVB operates, the CVB’s primary purpose is to enhance the economic climate of Philippi by developing and promoting the tourist resources and convention attractions. The Board’s visits to new businesses has been undertaken to emphasize the importance of the businesses to the economic climate of Philippi.


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