WASHINGTON, D.C. (WVDN) – Congresswoman Carol Miller (R-WV) visited White Sulphur Springs to meet with small business owners and visit the Dry Creek Arts and Music Festival.
Additionally, Miller joined the Disability Opportunity Fund (DOF) president and CEO Charlie Hammerman for a walk-through of The Schoolhouse Hotel. Formerly White Sulphur Springs High School, The Schoolhouse Hotel is White Sulphur Springs’ first full-service boutique hotel.
Developed by DOF, it is the first fully accessible hotel in the United States.
Miller also toured Mountain Steer Meat Company, a family-owned business that supplies fresh, local, premium quality meat in the community.
“From locally owned businesses to the new, fully accessible Schoolhouse Hotel, White Sulphur Springs is ready and willing to welcome people to town and share their West Virginia hospitality,” said Miller. “As job creators, every business owner I met with serves a vital role in expanding our tourism industry and revitalizing southern West Virginia. I thank each of them for opening their doors to me, and for all they do to make our great state the best place to live, work, and raise a family.”
|Congresswoman Miller at Mountain Steer Meat Company|
|Congresswoman Miller and Disability Opportunity Fund president and CEO Charlie Hammerman on the roof of The Schoolhouse Hotel|
|Congresswoman Miller and Disability Opportunity Fund president and CEO Charlie Hammerman at The Schoolhouse Hotel|