LOVEwork in Scott County

Scott County uses “We’re a Natural” brand in all our promotions. The idea for the LOVEWork plays on the theme of “We’re a Natural” in the design. The “L” is a cowboy boot; the “O” an inner tube denoting river floats; the “V” a letter V with a Violin incorporated reflects our musical heritage. The “E” is a combination of a bow and arrow and fly fishing rod indicating hunting and fishing.

Visitors are encouraged to take photos with the LOVEwork and share with loved ones on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/VirginiaisforLovers on on Twitter with the special hashtag #LOVEVA. A complete list of the LOVEwork locations is at www.Virginia.org/LOVE

 

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