Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation
In advance of the mid-May opening of the Barnes Foundation Museum on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the City of Philadelphia and city tourism officials are launching a new arts marketing campaign.
By Steve Tawa PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – In advance of the mid-May opening of the Barnes Foundation Museum on the Ben Franklin Parkway, the city of Philadelphia and tourism officials are launching a new arts marketing […]
According to a top tourism official, it was a rip-roaring New Year’s holiday in terms of bringing people to enjoy the festivities in Philadelphia.
An “ultimate Philly hoagie competition” was held in Center City, in honor of National Sandwich Day.
With a slew of national articles about Philadelphia in the past few weeks, the city seems to be in the spotlight and it is all positive news about the city.
The 10′ by 22′ image was drawn on the pavement inside the left field entrance gate by Joe Hill, a street artist with Wasabi 3-D in London.
Visit Philly has become a featured destination on the web and mobile platform called Foodspotting, which is dedicated to helping people find the best foods and share them.
The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation has released a new report on the impact of tourism marketing on the region. And there’s reason to celebrate.
It’s always interesting to find out what people from out of town think of Philadelphia — especially travel writers, who check out cities around the world.
Meryl Levitz, president and CEO pf GPTMC, says since the start of the “With Love” billboard campaign, people have been stopping her on the street to give her billboard ideas.
Philadelphia tourism officials are traveling around the east coast offering other cities a glimpse of this April’s Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts.
Philadelphia’s tourism marketers don’t fight fire with fire, but with the sweet sounds of success instead.
A contest inviting people to write love letters to Philadelphia is in full swing.
There’s a whole list of family friendly events taking place on New Year’s Eve.
Beyond fan excitement, Philadelphia’s tourism industry sees an opportunity here to entice more visitors.