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CHARLESTON, WV -

The Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau opened a new visitor center on Tuesday. It's located at Capitol Market in Charleston. Representatives from the CVB joined Mayor Danny Jones for the opening.

The Convention and Visitors Bureau's Capitol Market Visitors Center will distribute information about activities and points of interest throughout Charleston and the Kanawha Valley.

"This place is a place that anybody would want to visit if they were in Charleston, West Virginia and this let's them know that we are making an effort to bring them here and keep them here, so I am very excited about it," said Jones.

Signs are being installed along Interstate 64 to alert motorists to the new visitor bureau at Capitol Market. The new center is located near the Holl's Chocolates stand.