Wanted: Lodging, food and other businesses related to the ATV tourism industry in Southern West Virginia.
With the growing need to provide accommodations and services to the thousands of ATV riders coming to the region, a new initiative is getting off the ground to help entrepreneurs provide those needed businesses.
Kristina Oliver is the program administrator for the Entrepreneurship and Business Coaching Center in a nine-county region that touches the Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail system.
Oliver said it’s a joint effort between Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College and the trail system with funding from the Appalachian Regional Commissoin POWER initiative.
“We want to do this because of the success of the trail system and the need for engaging entrepreneurs and reengaging small businesses in Southern West Virginia,” she said…