The Pittsburgh Business Times has released their annual healthiest employers list—and VisitPITTSBURGH made the cut.
The Pittsburgh Marathon accomplished an exciting goal this week.
This year, for the first time ever, the Pittsburgh Marathon on May 3 will have runners from every state. Since 2011, North Dakota has been the only state to not have a participant, but things will be different this year. VisitPittsburgh launched a social media campaign that encouraged North Dakota runners to enter to win a sponsored trip to the race.
VisitPITTSBURGH has announced the hiring of Tom Loftus as vice president of communications.
In his new role, Lofts will be in charge of managing and executing all internal and external communications programs, while also incorporating multimedia and digital communication tools that support and enhance the organization’s goals and mission.
Do images of flavorless tofu and bean sprouts come to mind when you hear the words “vegetarian food”? As recently as five or 10 years ago, it was difficult for anyone embracing an animal-free diet to find restaurants that would accommodate their tastes and preferences. Things have changed; today’s health conscious diners can enjoy some of the most creative and surprising cooking throughout the entire state. According to Andrea Kyan from Philadelphia’s P. S.
At VisitPITTSBURGH’s Annual Meeting on Wednesday, elected officials and senior staff celebrated the many accolades and achievements the city has had over the past year.
"It's clear that Pittsburgh's time has come," says Craig Davis, president and CEO of VisitPITTSBURGH, the official tourism promotion agency for Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. "What better city to live, work and visit, and to celebrate what it is today.”
Pennsylvania is becoming the place to be for 2015. Just last week, The New York Times ranked Philadelphia No. 3 on their 52 Places to Go in 2015 list. Pittsburgh was also honored by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the top three places worldwide to visit this year.
THE FARM-TO-TABLE MOVEMENT has become all the rage around the U.S., and Pennsylvania is no exception. Many restaurants in the area have teamed with farmers and other food producers to deliver fresh, locally grown food to their patrons. For event planners concerned about their carbon footprint, there are plenty of restaurants throughout the state to hold events and meetings that feature fresh eats straight from the farm.