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Best Visitors Bureau podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Visitors Bureau podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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PHL Diversity (formerly known as the Multicultural Affairs Congress), a division of the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau (PHLCVB) presents brief insights, views and opinions from tourism and hospitality leaders, meeting/convention professionals and academics regarding hospitality, tourism and diversity topics. Podcasts are brought to you with support from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and A Step Higher production company. For more on PHL Diversity, visit PHLDiversity.com.
 
Lookin'@Louisville is a monthly video podcast that showcases Louisville's art, culture, dining, and attractions. Hosts Stacey Yates and Chaz Rough give viewers a fun and first-hand look on what to see, what to eat and where to go in this vibrant river city. Please visit www.gotolouisville.com for more information.
 
What makes the town of Marietta, Georgia so welcoming, friendly and the center of Southern hospitality? Listen each week as veteran podcaster Bill Nowicki dives deep to tell the heartwarming, sad and funny stories from the people that make Marietta a great place to call home.
 
Shava Sadhana is a sanskrit term meaning meditation on a dead body. The meditating person sits down on a fresh corpse on the cremation ground and calls for the mother Smashan Kali who dwells there with immaterial spirits, so that she can possess the dead body and get in contact with the meditating person. Swamiji Shree Shree Kalidasha, the creator of the project Shava Sadhana, travelled to Calcutta many times on his numerous journeys to India. Calcutta, the centre of the Kali-cult, has fasci ...
 
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Bill Gehrman, Founder & CEO, En Route Marketing, discusses his personal and professional accomplishments and what it means to represent Philadelphia as a destination for travel and tourism. As an entrepreneur and advocate, he has built his career around important causes, like creating opportunities for small businesses to grow and founding the Inde…
 
The travel and tourism industry may be in a tough spot, but these challenges have inspired our region to come together in new and exciting ways! Inspired delivery options, growlers to go and online tours are just a few ways Laurel Highlands businesses are continuing to operate, while others give back through donating meals and making hand sanitizer…
 
With people indoors, it's time for a refresher course on Westmoreland County history with your professor, Jessica Petrovich! Learn more about Historic Hanna's Town, distilling at West Overton, the origins of Overly's Country Christmas and the inspiring story of Seton Hill's Sisters of Charity. Thanks to our sponsors LHTC Media and Saint Vincent Col…
 
Richard Lee Snow, Regional Development Director for the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) and Yasmine Mustafa CEO & Co-Founder ROAR for Good, join the PHL Diversity Podcast to discuss their work to promote diversity, inclusion and equity in the business community. Richard and Yasmine, who serve as chair and vice chair, respectively, of the 2020 Phil…
 
We hope that the luck of the Irish is with us all this week as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Tuesday, March 17. The history of this day dates all the way back to the fourth century. Based on the legacy of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patty’s day started as a religious celebration. As Irish immigrants made their way to the Unite…
 
Bill talks to several players, politicians and school employees on the first Marietta football state championship since 1967. The parade started at the location of the African American high school, called Lemon Street and several of the interview talked about this historic location.By Bill Nowicki
 
Christmas lights have always been a go-to item! Families once decorated their real Christmas trees with candles. While festive, the flickering flames were a terrible fire hazard. Edward Hibbered Johnson, a man who helped sell Edison’s inventions, was the first to decorate a tree with light bulbs. Electricity wasn’t available in 1884 when he came up…
 
Stephanie Reid, executive director of Philly Counts 2020—the city’s effort to support the next U.S. Census—joins PHL Diversity Podcast to share key insights on how the 2020 Census works and her team’s efforts to ensure every Philadelphia resident is counted. She also talks about the paid opportunities available for those interested in assisting wit…
 
I hope you’re ready to ring in the holidays this week. Two special guests will be available for meet and greets and photos during Cape Girardeau’s Downtown Open House. Can you guess who they are? One is a season favorite who is known for rewarding well-behaved children. The other is green from head to toe and charged with stealing Christmas! Meet S…
 
This month, Westmoreland Heritage is getting in the holiday spirit! First, Special guests from Scottdale Historical Society and Norwin Historical Society discuss their ever-growing Christmas House Tours. Then, Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra drops by to talk the Nutracker Ballet, Home for the Holidays concert and the importance of classical music. …
 
First off, I would like to wish you and your Family a Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re like me, you are looking forward to a meal of roasted turkey, creamy gravy, flavorful stuffing and pumpkin pie. Of course, we wouldn’t have Thanksgiving if it wasn’t for Sarah Josepha Hale. Famous for her nursery rhyme, “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” she is one of the pe…
 
Tony Lopes, creator and host of the “Self Made Strategies” podcast and private attorney, joins “PHL Diversity Podcast” to share key insights on how small businesses can access and manage government contracts, the state of business, and top challenges for entrepreneurs and small businesses. He also discusses his podcast journey and how its 39 episod…
 
The Emmy Award winning actor, Ed Asner is coming to Marietta! and we talk through his life from his humble beginnings in Kansas City, Kansas to the theater, TV and movies. Checkout his one man play at the Strand Theater this weekend. https://earlsmithstrand.orgBy Bill Nowicki
 
Bill caught up Stace Huff and Amanda Seals of the Marietta Pilgrimage. Six beautiful, cottage style homes in the Forest Hills neighborhood are on the tour. There is also an artisan market at Cobb Landmark's, Root House and a lot more. Buy your tickets for the Pilgrimage, the Pilgrimage Gala and volunteer to help at: http://www.mariettapilgrimage.co…
 
Did you don a mask last month in honor of the spooky season? Well, a hundred or so years ago you would have been a few weeks early. Researchers report that Cape Girardeau is one of several towns that used to hold extravagant Thanksgiving Masking, which included elaborate masquerade balls. And, on Thanksgiving Day, children would run around dressed …
 
Bill toured the re-vamped Mistletoe Market, a classic holiday shopping and fundraising event of the Junior League of Cobb-Marietta. The organizers are bringing together over 40 specialty merchants from across the Southeast for a premiere holiday shopping experience. Shoppers have access to onsite monogramming, holiday décor, jewelry, luxury dog bed…
 
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