AMCO Whiskeyfest Goes Virtual to Raise Money & Awareness for WV Communities Affected by Flooding

Updated: Mar 18


AMCO WHISKEYFEST GOES VIRTUAL TO RAISE MONEY AND AWARENESS FOR WEST VIRGINA COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY RECENT FLOODING AND WEATHER EVENTS VIEW LIVE STREAM HERE https://open-riff.app.link/A6Gi3DPVGeb AMCO Whiskeyfest, originally scheduled for March 20th at the historic Williamson Field House, will now be hosted online with a live virtual event featuring Kameron Marlowe, Payton Smith, Alexis Wilkins and surprise special guests. AMCO has been in close discussions with state authorities and decided to do a larger, broader virtual event to raise money for the communities affected by recent flooding and weather events. The safety of fans and the community are our one priority. All proceeds will be directly donated to local Red Cross. Visit amcoheaven.com for more information. All previous ticket holders will be refunded for their original ticket purchase and we look forward to hosting live events in the near future. For more information, please visit amcoheaven.com and watch it live on the Riff app (joinriff.com) and our Facebook page facebook.com/amcoheaven. ###

About Appalachia Made Co. (AMCO) During the first half of the 20th century, billions of tons of coal flowed in and out of Mingo County by rail. Today, rails and mining roads have been replaced with some of the best off-road trails and fun times in the nation. Add a river runs through it and some of the most down to earth people you will ever meet, and you could say it is almost perfect. We feel really lucky that our community is where Mother Earth takes her vacations and we welcome one and all to explore our beautiful playground, hear some country music and take a little slice of AMCO Heaven with them. Whether you need lodging, rentals, trail information or looking for that country lifestyle experience, visit us atwww.amcoheaven.com.