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A social media agency in Fayette County is taking the boy scouts into the 21st Century.

WELD has partnered with the Summit Bechtel Boy Scout Reserve to market their site's development.

The agency based in Oak Hill specializes in social media marketing for outdoor activities.

WELD has also partnered with "Lights on West Virginia" to give green energy makeovers to community treasures across the state.