Office Space West Virginia
A state in the Appalachian region of the Southern United States, West Virginia is bordered by Virginia to the southeast, Kentucky to the southwest, Ohio to the northwest, Pennsylvania to the north, and Maryland to the northeast. Charleston is the capital city of West Virginia. The beautiful state of West Virginia is the perfect place to enjoy historic sightseeing, Appalachian music and crafts, and an abundance of recreational sports. This state offers skiing and other winter sports, mountain-biking, white-water rafting, hiking and fishing.
One of the major economic factors in West Virginia’s economy is coal. West Virginia is a top coal-producer in the United States, second only to Wyoming. West Virginia also produces large amounts of natural gas and some oil. Toyota Motor Manufacturing West Virginia is a Toyota Motor Corporation factory in Buffalo, West Virginia. Top employers in West Virginia include Wal-Mart, West Virginia United Health System, Charleston Area Medical Center, Kroger, Consolidation Coal Company, and American Electric Power. There are many options for serviced offices throughout the state of West Virginia.
Entertainment And Dining Out
A unique entertainment option in West Virginia is to ride the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. This trip allows you to travel through West Virginia’s forested mountains on a historic steam train. Choose from a variety of rail adventures such as the Mystery Theatre or Bluegrass Music train. Blues is a very popular restaurant in this state. Famed for its juicy barbecue and ribs, they are smoked daily on the premises and served in a casual dining atmosphere. There is also a variety of specialty salads and sandwiches. Don’t forget to try a house specialty, a delicious hand-spun milkshake.
West Virginia is served by one major airport: Yeager Airport. This airport is in Charleston. Continental, Delta, Northwest, United and US Airways offer flights daily from this airport. There are over 30 smaller airports in the state, seven of which offer regular commercial flights to other cities. Amtrak offers two routes that pass through West Virginia. The Cardinal route between New York and Chicago tri-weekly stops in White Sulphur Springs, Alderson, Hinton, Prince, Thurmond, Montgomery, Charleston and Huntington. The Capitol Limited route between Washington D.C. and Chicago daily stops in Harpers Ferry and Martinsburg. The Maryland Rail Commuter ferries passengers between Martinsburg and Washington, D.C. on weekdays. There are three interstates that cross over West Virginia - the I-64 (from Kentucky to Huntington), I-77 (from Virginia to Ohio) and I-79 (from Charleston to Pennsylvania). There are also bus services that link the major cities of Beckley, Bluefield, Charleston, Huntington, Parkersburg and Wheeling.