It’s another accolade for the City of Brotherly Love!
It’s not too soon to start planning your 2015 social calendar.
The hotels in the city are expected to fill up first and then the suburban counties around Philadelphia will help accommodate the overflow.
As many as 2 million people are expected to flood the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for a Papal Mass in September 2015 as Pope Francis becomes the fourth Pope to visit the U.S., only the second to visit the City of Brotherly Love.
Visitor spending in 2013 accounted for nearly $900 million in economic impact in the county, according to numbers recently released by “Visit Bucks County.”
Tourism officials are hoping to attract visitors from the North Jersey-New York area to Bucks County this summer season
Eyewitness News reporter Steve Patterson shows us how Philadelphia could benefit in a big way from same-sex marriage.
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New Jersey tourism officials say Gov. Chris Christie won’t be in this year’s commercials trying to entice tourists to visit the state.
The city has booked over 325,000 hotel rooms booked this year from conventions. In 2016, that drops to about 240,000. Officials blame increased competition from other cities, less convention demand, and high union labor costs for the dip.
The Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau launched two social media campaigns for the month of November designed to promote the city here and across the pond.
The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation — also known as GPTMC — has changed its name to a more self-explanatory moniker.
A high-profile international rugby match takes place this evening at PPL Park.
Philadelphia now has casinos. But it doesn’t have a beach or an ocean — something Atlantic City plans to hammer home this weekend.
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