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Visit Bucks County hosted its annual Tourism Day Celebration on May 3, 2016. This year, the celebration was held from 4-7 p.m. at Washington Crossing Historic Park. Visit Bucks County kicked off the event by recognizing five inspiring tourism and hospitality professionals in its annual Travel and Tourism Week Awards. VBC also announced 31 spring tourism grant recipients, with over $200,000 allocated for various marketing programs, exhibits and initiatives.
Known as America's most historic square mile, Old City Philadelphia is flush with great architecture, timeless shops and a fascinating backstory. It also offers some wonderful meeting space that allows corporations and groups to enjoy a little history while they work.
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The Mandela Poster Project makes its U.S. appearance.
Beware the pirates and poachers of the meetings industry.
Flowers that never go bad? Yep, you heard it here. Instead of fresh flowers for your next event, try Lille Syster Paper Flower Arrangements. These handmade beauties are made to last and are crafted out of paper! While planning to host her little sister’s bridal shower, owner Katie Antonson was searching for unique decorations, but couldn’t find anything that quite fit the bill, so she made her own. “After experimenting with many kinds of decorations ...
Covered bridges. Check. Rolling hills. Check. Paths that snake alongside a historic canal. Check. Bucks County really is a scenic spot, and there is no better way to experience it than atop a bicycle. Until now, groups staying in the New Hope region didn’t really have an organized opportunity to see the region on two wheels. That is until Tia and Alex Tinsley came along. Tia, a Bucks County native, met her now-husband Alex while living in London. Alex was an avid biker and Tia soon followed suit.
Julie Coker Graham learned early about the importance of customer service.
The fourth annual Global Pharmaceutical and Medical Meetings Summit was held in Philadelphia on Feb. 10-12 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. The conference was attended by meeting planners and vendors who specialize in meetings for the medical and pharmaceutical community. Summit attendees networked and attended educational sessions targeted at this specific industry.
Gettysburg may be synonymous with the Civil War, but this thriving town is stepping out of the shadows. “The travel experience in Gettysburg and the surrounding countryside is more diverse than it’s ever been. Most people think of Gettysburg as a Civil War town, and that it is, but there is so much here that starts with history and ends with great food, outdoor recreation and a variety of shopping and unique events,” says Carl Whitehill, director of communications for Destination Gettysburg.