The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation — also known as GPTMC — has changed its name to a more self-explanatory moniker.
Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation president Meryl Levitz says there were some key factors that made this summer no record setter.
Moira Baylson, of the mayor’s Office of the Arts (at left in photo), says the site grabs a long list of primary data from other public and private sources, making research one-stop shopping.
If you’re thinking of asking your sweetie to marry you on Valentine’s Day and have a good Philadelphia story to tell, there’s a contest to help the winner do it style.
More people are visiting Philadelphia than ever, according to a new report by the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation.
So you always wanted to be a model but you’re not a model? Here’s your chance!
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
A contest inviting people to write love letters to Philadelphia is in full swing.
The Christmas tree in New York City’s Rockefeller Center, the New Years Eve extravaganza’s of London and Rome and the climate temperatures of Rio de Janeiro were no match for the holiday spirit celebrated in the city of Brotherly Love.