VisitPITTSBURGH has developed a fun promotional campaign to get locals more involved with its “Pittsburgh. Mighty. Beautiful.” theme and tagline. The organization kicked-off the “Mighty. Beautiful.” campaign and contest at its Annual Meeting luncheon by asking attendees to think of a third word to describe the city, e.g. Mighty. Beautiful. Welcoming. Among the words being used to describe Pittsburgh were: Inspiring. Proud. Reinvented. Welcoming. Legendary. Innovative.
Whether you're a foodie or not, chances are you’ve had your fair share of Mexican, Chinese and Italian meals, but how about the more obscure ethnic foods like Austrian or Lebanese? You don’t have to travel the globe to experience some of the world’s greatest cuisines. Right here in the state of Pennsylvania, we are home to an eclectic array of restaurants, true to their backgrounds and homelands, and a great alternative to the more common event and meeting places.
Mojito Cuba Caribe, New Hope
Fairmont Pittsburgh has partnered with the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation for the upcoming holiday season. Together, they have planned a number of initiatives to benefit the Free Care Fund, a program the guarantees that every child in the region receives the health care they need despite their family’s lack of insurance.
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Kristen Burr was recently hired as the business travel and entertainment sales manager for Fairmont Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania's big cities are defi nitely upping the ante with a bumper crop of new hotels (Philadelphia could warrant an entire article alone), but they aren’t the only bastions of cool. It turns out that some of Pennsylvania’s smaller cities and towns are also turning out sleek, modern lodging that could compete with Manhattan or Miami. Read on for a fresh look at some new and old(er) hip havens across the Keystone State.
If you really want to make a splash, finding a room in one of Pennsylvania’s top seafood restaurants is a great way to attract people to your event.
Much like Oprah’s infamous reveal of free cars to those in her audience in 2004, Marilyn Denis—host of The Marilyn Denis Show—made an exciting announcement.
During her show—based in Canada—Denis explained she would give a Pittsburgh Getaway Package to all 75 audience members. Coordinated by VisitPittsburgh, the gift culminated Denis’ annual “10 Days of Giveaway” series.