Help us build town info, and enter to win a West Virginia raft trip!

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Rafters plow through rapid on New River, ACE Adventure Resort
Rafters with ACE Adventure Resort ride the lower New River

We need help spotting errors among our 380 Cities & Towns pages (some of the more-than-3,000 pages we publish), and we’re providing a whitewater trip as incentive for folks who are ready to help. Find a town, find an error or omission there, and report it through our Contact Us page.  Whether your suggestion is used or not, your email will be added to a pool from which an address will be drawn on May 15, 2014.

The gift certificate, a $575 retail value, is being offered by ACE Adventure Resort and will provide the winner a full-day whitewater-rafting adventure for two on the lower New River in the New River Gorge, the “Grand Canyon of the East.” The adventure includes a mix of roller-coaster rapids, fun surfing waves, and deep-water pools, and culminates with a spectacular view of the New River Gorge Bridge more than 870 feet above the rapids. A professional ACE guide will be present in every raft to give commands while paddlers work together to navigate the river. The adventure will include a delicious grilled riverside lunch accompanied by healthy snacks, salads, and tasty desserts

The gift certificate may be redeemed through the resort Sunday through Friday; excluding May 25 and July 4, and must be redeemed by August 31, 2014.

To win, each participant must provide his or her name, a mailing address, a phone number, an email address, a note about the suggested correction or corrections, and a link to the page on which they found the correction (example: /communities/cities-towns/charleston-west-virginia/). Please also add the name of the page to the subject line (example: City Corrections: Charleston).

We welcome participants to review as many pages as they’d like, though only one response email will be used in the drawing. Multiple submissions will not increase the chance of winning. Once we’ve drawn a winner, we’ll contact the participant by phone or email, after which the participant will have 48 hours to respond. If no response is secured, we’ll draw again.

Ready to get started? Here’s where we need your help: Cities & Towns

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Journalist, historian, and longtime proponent of inventive economic development in West Virginia, David Sibray is the founder, publisher, and editor-in-chief of West Virginia Explorer. For more information, he may be reached at 304-575-7390.