OHIO VALLEY — Tyler Wolfe was named circulation manager of Ohio Valley Publishing (OVP) in an announcement by regional publisher Bud Hunt.
Wolfe has been with OVP since January 2014 as district manager supporting the OVP newspapers Gallipolis Daily Tribune, The (Pomeroy) Daily Sentinel and Point Pleasant (W.Va.) Register. In his new role, Wolfe will be the leader in providing service to home delivery subscribers of all three newspapers, as well as single copy sales offered through dealers and newspaper racks. He will continue to work with and oversee the company’s contracted delivery services.
“Tyler has stepped up and shown a lot of initiative as we’ve asked more of him over the last few months,” Hunt said. “He has always provided excellent customer service to our readers and a willingness to go the extra mile. He’s earned this position and we’re proud to have him as part of the management team in Ohio Valley Publishing.”
“I look forward to making sure we provide the best service to all our readers, whether a reader receives a newspaper through a subscription or purchases a newspaper from one of our single copy outlets,” Wolfe said.
Wolfe is a 2011 graduate of Southern High School in Racine, Ohio. He is a lifelong Meigs County resident, although he was born at Holzer Hospital in Gallipolis.
Wolfe’s parents are Jamie and Kim Wolfe. He has two sisters, Emma and Elizabeth, all of whom reside in Meigs County.