West Virginia State University Extension Agent Chris Zeto’s everyday duties range from community outreach and marketing assistance to explaining the history of the pepperoni roll.
Zeto works as a community and economic development agent in Logan County, a partnership between WVSU Extension Service and the Hatfield-McCoy Trails, covering 10 trail systems in seven counties. He has a clientele of about 130 non-traditional entrepreneurs who own lodging facilities, cabins and houses.
“My focus is on website management, advertising and producing printed materials, such as trail maps and brochures,” he said. “I serve as the bridge between the resource and the individual.”
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