Philadelphia Hospitality honors Paul R. Levy at Their Annual Gala

Philadelphia Hospitality honors Paul R. Levy at Annual Gala
The esteemed Philadelphia Hospitality honored Paul R. Levy, founding chief executive of Philadelphia’s Center City District, with the prestigious 2017 Vision for Philadelphia Award at the Union League on Monday, October 23, 2017. The mission of Philadelphia Hospitality, Inc. is to promote the Greater Philadelphia Region as a premier destination for cultural and historical travel.


Carrie Rickey and Paul Levy

The evening began with a VIP meet and greet with Paul Levy in the Lincoln Library Room. Afterwards everyone gathered in the Grant Room for a cocktail party before heading upstairs to Lincoln Hall for a tribute dinner honoring Paul Levy.
Look for the Center City District’s Dilworth Park Wintergarden Skate, stroll, eat and drink return on November 10, 2017.

Mariska Bogle, Executive Director – ‎Philadelphia Hospitality, Inc. and Deirdre Childress, Strategic Communications Manager at Pennsylvania Convention Center – ‎SMG

James McKinley and Rosemary McKinley stand below a portrait of a distant relative

Karin Copeland, executive director, Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia (Hope to see you at the next A+B event 11/15 – Lead: How Trust Enables Innovation in a Digital World), Dana Grosser and Skip Massengill

Deb Pave and Mark Pave

Gregory Murphy, Linda Mather, Mariska Bogle and Robert W. Bogle (Listed in this months Phila Magazine of most 100 influential people in Philly.)

Moore College of Art & Design President Cecelia Fitzgibbon , Alan Greenberger, Drexel University and Greta Greenberger, retired City Hall Tour director.


Rocco Perate, Robert Juliano and Jack Kelly

The Franklin Institute Team: Stefanie Santo, Gina DeGiovanni, Deborah Hofreiter and Lois Switken

Councilman Allan Domb and Cecil Baker

James Cuorato and Sara Merriman

Lincoln Hall at the Union League
Lincoln Hall is a gorgeous room with the portraits of all the League’s presidents mostly by Philadelphia artists.  It was a magnificent room to
hold the Philadelphia Hospitality Gala honoring Paul Levy.