Commissioners tour Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau’s new location


The Clinton County commissioners on Monday toured the space newly occupied by the Clinton County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CCCVB) above Rome Jewelers in the Samuel Walker Building on Main Street in downtown Wilmington. Clinton County Commissioners President Kerry R. Steed said the new location can be “a productive space” with the capacity to rent out space for small gatherings as well as a conference room. From left are CCCVB Board Treasurer Tonya Hunter, Executive Director Susan Valentine-Scott, and Commissioners Brenda Woods and Mike McCarty. Looking ahead, Valentine-Scott said they will be making the loft a downtown event space for smaller wedding receptions, birthday parties, graduation parties, business meetings / luncheons and more.

The Clinton County commissioners on Monday toured the space newly occupied by the Clinton County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CCCVB) above Rome Jewelers in the Samuel Walker Building on Main Street in downtown Wilmington. Clinton County Commissioners President Kerry R. Steed said the new location can be “a productive space” with the capacity to rent out space for small gatherings as well as a conference room. From left are CCCVB Board Treasurer Tonya Hunter, Executive Director Susan Valentine-Scott, and Commissioners Brenda Woods and Mike McCarty. Looking ahead, Valentine-Scott said they will be making the loft a downtown event space for smaller wedding receptions, birthday parties, graduation parties, business meetings / luncheons and more.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Clinton County commissioners on Monday toured the space newly occupied by the Clinton County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CCCVB) above Rome Jewelers in the Samuel Walker Building on Main Street in downtown Wilmington. Clinton County Commissioners President Kerry R. Steed said the new location can be “a productive space” with the capacity to rent out space for small gatherings as well as a conference room. From left are CCCVB Board Treasurer Tonya Hunter, Executive Director Susan Valentine-Scott, and Commissioners Brenda Woods and Mike McCarty. Looking ahead, Valentine-Scott said they will be making the loft a downtown event space for smaller wedding receptions, birthday parties, graduation parties, business meetings / luncheons and more.

The Clinton County commissioners on Monday toured the space newly occupied by the Clinton County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CCCVB) above Rome Jewelers in the Samuel Walker Building on Main Street in downtown Wilmington. Clinton County Commissioners President Kerry R. Steed said the new location can be “a productive space” with the capacity to rent out space for small gatherings as well as a conference room. From left are CCCVB Board Treasurer Tonya Hunter, Executive Director Susan Valentine-Scott, and Commissioners Brenda Woods and Mike McCarty. Looking ahead, Valentine-Scott said they will be making the loft a downtown event space for smaller wedding receptions, birthday parties, graduation parties, business meetings / luncheons and more.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/07/web1_tour_p.jpgThe Clinton County commissioners on Monday toured the space newly occupied by the Clinton County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CCCVB) above Rome Jewelers in the Samuel Walker Building on Main Street in downtown Wilmington. Clinton County Commissioners President Kerry R. Steed said the new location can be “a productive space” with the capacity to rent out space for small gatherings as well as a conference room. From left are CCCVB Board Treasurer Tonya Hunter, Executive Director Susan Valentine-Scott, and Commissioners Brenda Woods and Mike McCarty. Looking ahead, Valentine-Scott said they will be making the loft a downtown event space for smaller wedding receptions, birthday parties, graduation parties, business meetings / luncheons and more. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal