Lost and stranded by a tornado, a snow storm and a deadly fire, the Tradewinders resort resort in West Virginia was forced to shut down.
The resort was set to reopen Monday, but the decision was reversed a few days later after local officials raised concerns about safety.
Guests were told to return to the hotel for a refund.
The Tradeevers was set for its first major reopening this weekend, and officials are hopeful the town of West Virginia will be able to reopen in time for the holidays.
Lost and stranded in the middle of a tornado in West VA. pic.twitter.com/6g6dUe1bL0 — Adam (@AdamCox7) January 27, 2019 Lost and stuck in the Middle of a Tornado in WestVA.
pic.”twitter.co/0XpLb0gTjY — Adam ✨✨✔ (@AdamMoss_) January 28, 2019 Lost in the Wind in West Va.
#LostandStuck in the wind at the Trads resort in Huntington.
@adamcox7 @westvirginia @westvegas Lost & stuck in wind at Trads Resort in Huntington #WestVirginia [email protected]_ @WestVirginia Lost at Tradees Huntington in WestVa.
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(@admuxrts) January 26, 2019 Lost & Stuck in WestVirginia at Trays Huntington Resort.
@admoxrts @westva Lost by the Coast in West Virginia.
West Virginia is losing an estimated 2,000 workers in the winter, and the Trades is just one of many of the state’s resorts struggling to stay afloat.
West Virginia Gov.
Jim Justice recently announced a plan to hire as many as 100 more workers, but has said there will be a hiring freeze and a 90-day freeze on new job postings, and will be limiting staffing in the state during the holidays, as well.
The Tradeyvers is one of the most popular spots in West V the Tradeys have been closed for years.
The resort opened in 1978 and has been a popular destination for families, especially those looking to escape the winter in the area.
This photo from 2015 shows the Trader’s Huntington Resort in West Virgina.
The West Virginia Tourism Corporation says it is looking to hire an additional 100 workers, with some resort employees already hired, to open up Trades at Huntington.
@WestVirginiaGov Jim Justice announced the #WestVTourism #Westvegas resort has been closed.
We are taking hiring into consideration for 2018.
Please send an email to [email protected] to make your appointment.
#WestVirginia #WestVaTourism #WVTourists #WestVDOTC West Virgians tourism officials say it is possible to open the Trasys back up in 2018 if necessary.
#WestVTraffic #WestVeterans WestVVOTC wants to offer all West Virginia veterans jobs by December, 2018.
The Trads is currently a part of the West Virginian Tourism Corporation. “
This is a long time coming and we are just as excited to have the opportunity to offer this opportunity as the Tradaners and the Westvegas residents,” Miller said.
The Trads is currently a part of the West Virginian Tourism Corporation.
In 2016, the West Virgins tourism corporation decided to sell Trades.
“I just want to let you know we are very excited about the potential of our tourism and the potential for West Virginians to see a new resort open and to be able work there and to work at it,” Miller told WVOTcers press release in 2016.
This is a new and exciting opportunity for West Virgins residents to come and work.
And the Traders will be the perfect place to open it up.