“We did a survey last year of our guests and many of them said they knew about our event, [Watoga Art in the Park], from Hashtag Lewisburg publication…exciting!” – Gail Hyer, Marketing Specialist at Pocahontas County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. June 18, 2018.
“Your article featuring the Asylum’s Burger of the Week helped boost sales and draw attention to our ongoing burger specials. It’s clear that Hashtag Lewisburg is being used as a guide to what’s going on in Lewisburg. It’s definitely the “Social Newspaper.” Christina does an excellent job! – Paula Marie Thomas, Asylum manager. October 24, 2017.
LEWISBURG’S OLDEST CITY PAPER!
Since 2012, we provide local food, news, music, and arts information in 5+ counties in WV and VA. Monthly, we distribute 7,000 FREE, FULL-COLOR papers.
Reaching 20,000 readers a month, HASHTAG LEWISBURG CITY PAPER is a free arts and entertainment tabloid dedicated to providing useful information in the areas of Greenbrier County, Pocahontas County, parts of Alleghany, Raleigh, and Monroe County, and more.
Contributing Writers: Diana Hunt, Larry Berger, Larry Case, Random Prophet (Johnny Tassa), Larry Davis, Gillian McGinn, Jason Scott, Gibbs Kinderman, Ronald Magliochetti, Katelynn Watson, Ginger LaSalle, Brian McClure, Margaret Baker, Rob Brezny, Jim Warner, Emily Sullivan, and Janine Lazarus.
Who reads HASHTAG LEWISBURG CITY PAPER?
People who are looking for things to do!
With an emphasis on elegance and creativity, we create a meaningful way for our readers to appreciate the arts and culture.
Thinking about advertising with us? See our rates, publication/deadline dates, and general information at hashtagwv.com/advertise and email us: email@example.com
Christina Entenmann, Managing Editor.
ABOUT THE MANAGING EDITOR
HASHTAG LEWISBURG CITY PAPER Managing Editor-in-Chief, Christina Entenmann has been a Lewisburg, WV resident since September 2008. She was born and raised in Fairfield County, Connecticut, and is no stranger to hard work and the entrepreneur spirit. In 2006, she graduated from Quinnipiac University (Hamden, Connecticut), Cum Laude, with a bachelor’s in History and minor in German. In 2010, she graduated with an MBA (Masters in Business) from Liberty University (Lynchburg, Virginia). In February 2012, Christina launched the LBSPY publication as the first full color, free arts and entertainment tabloid in Greenbrier Valley. Most recently, Christina founded a non-profit organization called National Apprentice Day™. This program introduces America’s youth to various trades and work skills across the United States. Learn more at apprenticeday.org. For more information about Christina, see the article by Diana Hunt: hashtagwv.com/mountain-scene-women-of-washington-street-the-woman-behind-hashtagwv-diana-hunt/
P.O. Box 744
Lewisburg, WV 24901