We invite you to Shop Local WV!
Our HashtagWV City Paper team has created a modern store experience offering the latest in West Virginia apparel including Lewisburg shirts, White Sulphur Springs hoodies, Pocahontas County sweatshirts, Monroe County joggers, West Virginia “home” goods, jewelry by artist Merideth Young, and other accessories.
Our city paper store is called Shop Local WV. This store was created to promote historical landmarks, cities, towns, counties, and artists in West Virginia. Featured are fun and modern collections we know you’ll love. All @shoplocalwv designs are created by the Hashtag Lewisburg City Paper team.
Our goal is to encourage folks to explore our beautiful state and connect with local communities including retailers, restaurants, bars, theatres, attractions, resorts, and places to stay and play. The building displayed on the front of the Lewisburg Raglan Shirt above features the Greenbrier Valley Bank Building, built-in 1897.
About Lewisburg City Paper
Since 2012, we promote local food, music, art, shopping, events, and news in 13 counties in WV and VA. Monthly, we distribute 10,000 FREE, FULL-COLOR papers.
Featured above is our “Aint No G in Marlinton” Trucker Hat. Marlinton, West Virginia has always had spelling problems with its name. Andrew Price, the first mayor of the town, wrote the verses below to discourage this mistake. Marlinton was named for Jacob Marlin, one of the first English settlers to the area in 1749. Marlinton is the second county seat of Pocahontas County, West Virginia. Colonel John McGraw planned the town and promoted the move of the Pocahontas County Court House from Huntersville to Marlinton in 1891. Read full story: hashtagwv.com/2020/09/aint-no-g-in-marlinton/
After 9 years of publishing HashtagWV City Paper, we decided to bring contemporary looks to your wardrobe while promoting the cities, towns, and historic landmarks throughout West Virginia. The vision is to connect people with communities and experience the wonderful things to do whether it’s recreational, dining out, enjoying music and arts, and/or shopping locally.
“Save a Journalist. Buy a Newspaper” design comes in tote bags, shirts, hoodies, and mugs!
We are excited to announce the launch of Shop Local WV, a digital store shopping experience with curated collections from our city paper staff.
Follow us @shoplocalwv on facebook, instagram, and twitter.
– HashtagWV City Paper. October 2020.