Known as the Jewel City, Huntington is the second largest
city in West Virginia. Here, SNE Enterprises, Inc. employs
over 300 people at its showroom, factory outlet, and
386,000-square-foot manufacturing facility.
Huntington's many neighborhoods offer everything from historic
mansions and brick-paved streets to modern suburban living.
Each neighborhood has its own unique appeal, with conveniently
located schools, businesses, churches, and attractions.
Located along the Ohio River in the foothills of the
Appalachian Mountains, Huntington enjoys all four seasons with
mild temperatures year-round. Founded by Collis P. Huntington
in 1871, it is part of the Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia
Tri-State area. The region has a population of more than
Originally a railroad town for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway,
Huntington is now known for its natural beauty,
state-of-the-art hospitals and highly-ranked Marshall
For lovers of the arts, there is always something to see or
do. Take in a concert, play, ballet, exhibit or enjoy a
performance by the Huntington Symphony Orchestra. Take a
workshop at the Huntington Museum of Arts, or sit in on a
lecture at the Birke Art Gallery.
For outdoor enthusiasts, the Huntington region offers an
amusement park and an abundance of municipal parks, state
parks, forests and golf courses.
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