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Joplin Insider focuses on upcoming events of Joplin Convention and Visitors Bureau

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NEWS RELEASE FROM THE CITY OF JOPLIN

In the next program of Joplin Insider, viewers will learn more about some of the upcoming events in Joplin, as well as activities and work of the Joplin Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB).

Public Information Officer Lynn Onstot visits with Patrick Tuttle, Director of the CVB, and gains insight on fun events being planned for the next few months, as well as a new sign program. Patrick discusses the way finding program that will include directional signage that highlights Joplin attractions and areas of interest.

Tuttle also offers some information about Route 66 and its significance to the area. In addition, several 2014 events are mentioned so viewers can mark their calendars.

“Joplin Insider” is an interview program airing on KGCS-TV. Joplin Public Information Officer Lynn Onstot hosts the half-hour program that is produced through the facilities of KGCS-TV. It may be seen a number of times in upcoming weeks. Initial airdates include:

Sunday, March 2 – 6:00 p.m.

Monday, March 3 – 9:00 p.m.

Wednesday, March 5 – 9:00 p.m.

KGCS-TV operates as a service of the Department of Communication at Missouri Southern State University. Programming may be seen over the air on digital channel 22, as well as regional cable television systems including Cable One, Mediacom and Suddenlink.

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