Overview

The Mason County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is a federally designated 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is the most important link between local businesses and visitors to Mason County. One of the CVB's most important tasks is to promote Mason County by informing visitors about our area's unique attractions, notable cultural heritage, recreational facilities, great shopping opportunities, and outstanding services.

The CVB also provides a link between the local tourism industry and the West Virginia Division of Tourism.  Regular meetings between the CVB and state tourism personnel ensure that this communication is effective and that our area of the state is properly represented.

The Mason County CVB works closely with the Mason County Tourism Committee, a group of volunteers who represent businesses, governments, the tourism industry, and area attractions. The public is invited to attend the regular meetings of the Tourism Committee. For more information, please contact the CVB.        

Remembering our friends and volunteers:   

Mitzi Taylor (2012)

Mabel Costen (2011)

Gene Haer (2011)

Joan Moore (2011)

Lowell Cook (2009)

Marsha Smith (2009)

Paul Wood (2009)

Delvin Simms (2005)

                   

                                                                                          
CVB Directors with the VERY FIRST Mason County Tourism Queen, Emily Hussell of Point Pleasant.

Denny Bellamy

Executive Director

Denny Bellamy was born and raised in Point Pleasant,
West Virginia. He is a 1976 graduate of Point Pleasant High
School, participating in varsity sports and student government.

A 1980 graduate of Marshall University, he attained a degree in
Business Administration with majors in Marketing and Physical Distribution. While a scholarship athlete at Marshall he lettered
three years on the football team.

Denny has been an entrepreneur and professional
sales representative working for national and
international corporations. He currently is employed by
The City of Point Pleasant as Director of Economic
Development
and Director of The Mason County Tourism Center.
He also serves as Chairman of  The Mason County Tourism
Committee
and The Kanawha Gateway Heritage, Inc.

In addition he serves on the board of directors of Main Street Point Pleasant and The Great Kanawha Resource Conservation and Development Group. All non-profit organizations promoting heritage tourism and economic development.

After hours, Denny is involved with fundraising and promotion of
The Boy Scouts of America, The MGM Marshall University Athletic Club,
The Point Pleasant Athletic Complex Committee,
Point Pleasant In Bloom, The Fort Randolph Committee and
The Mothman Festival Committee.

He resides in Point Pleasant with two sons.

Twila Clark

Assistant Director
 

Although Twila was born and raised in
B
raxton County, West Virginia,
she has called Point Pleasant home
 for over thirty years.


She is a graduate of Burnsville High School
(class of '64) in Burnsville, West Virginia.


Over the years, Twila has been active in      

many groups. She considers her involvement with the Mason County Fair, Gallia-Mason Stepping Stones, and as a teacher at a ladies' Bible class are the causes for which she feels the most pride.


Twila came to the Mason County CVB as
an AmeriCorps*VISTA in February 2004
and she became the Assistant Director of
the CVB in August 2005.

In her spare time, Twila enjoys reading,
stamp collecting, and frequenting auctions.

She resides in Point Pleasant with
her husband, Roger, and cat, Baby.

 Twila has three children, and six grandchildren.