West Virginia International Yeager Airport (CRW) has partnered with Mountain Stage to bring passengers a unique, interactive experience. The only requirement is that you have a phone to scan the QR Code, which will take you to your personal, interactive experience.
The new installation at the A Gate will allow passengers to create their own Mountain Stage Art by scanning a Snapchat code. Passengers will also have access to scan and watch select performances or purchase tickets for live shows.
“CRW is proud to showcase the work and talent behind Mountain Stage,” Marketing Manager Paige Withrow said. “We are proud that we will be able to share a piece of West Virginia culture with our traveling public for the rest of the country to enjoy in its authentic form.”
Mountain Stage is a two-hour program that airs every week on nearly 300 NPR stations across the United States, worldwide via NPR Music and at mountainstage.org.
Mountain Stage host, Grammy winner, and West Virginia native Kathy Mattea, and co-founder Larry Groce will be in attendance and available for media interviews.
The media event will be held at CRW on May 2 at 10:30 AM.