(photo above: Gregg Caren makes a toast and remarks atop the Great Stair Hall at the Philadelphia Museum of Art beside Karen Dougherty Buchholz and Mayor Jim Kenney)
edited by Marlena Sullivan
(From Left to Right: Karen Dougherty Buchholz, PHLCVB Board Chair and Executive Vice President of Administration for Comcast Corporation ; Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney ; Gregg Caren, PHLCVB President and CEO)
(Luncheon attendees in the Great Stair Hall of the Philadelphia Museum of Art)
(Luncheon attendees on the Great Stair Hall Balcony in the Philadelphia Museum of Art)
Thank you to all the attendees.
You can find more information about the Luncheon here.
All photos provided by PHLCVB
About the PHLCVB:www.DiscoverPHL.com.The Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau (PHLCVB) creates positive economic impact across the Philadelphia region, driving job growth and promoting the health and vibrancy of our hospitality industry by marketing the destination, the Pennsylvania Convention Center, and attracting overnight visitors. The PHLCVB’s work engages our partners, the local Philadelphia community as well as culturally and ethnically diverse regional, national and international convention, sporting event and tourism customers. The PHLCVB is also the official tourism promotion agency for the city of Philadelphia globally and is responsible for growing the number of overseas leisure visitors who come to the region each year. To learn more, visit
About the PHLCVB Foundation:The Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau Foundation (“Foundation”) was established in 2002 to conduct public, charitable, and educational activities and to attract additional support for those activities from foundations and the general public. The Foundation has a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status because its activities are charitable and educational. The mission of the Foundation, in cooperation with the City of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is to provide funding in support of activities that promote, beautify, and celebrate Philadelphia in an effort to stimulate the city’s tourism industry. Together with its partners, the Foundation supports projects that make the city more inviting to visitors, especially those attending a convention or special event, or visitors traveling from another country. In addition, the Foundation helps Philadelphians prepare themselves for careers in the region’s dynamic hospitality industry, and assists corporate visitors by identifying meaningful local social investments.