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The 3rd Fireplace Tour With GeekWire

February 27, 2018

Showin’ off our North Side stuff to Geekwire! Robert Miles and the Allegheny Inn hosted us and our guests in between two of the Inn’s seven fireplaces. While on the north side, we asked our friends from the National Aviary to join us and, Inn music staple, J. Roger Davis joined us with some of his mellow music. Thanks to our Fireplace Tour sponsor, Bob Hufnagle and Suburban Floors for the 6”x3” swath of red carpet for our guests! And thanks to Ricci’s Italian Sausage for feeding everyone!

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Robert Miles, Pittsburgh Concierge and Manager of the Allegheny Inn REALLY threw out the welcome mat for our guests and followers! He flashed those 7 fireplaces like batting eyes! This is stop #3 on our Suburban Floors Fireplace Tour!NOTE: Make sure you check out the pics of the YaJagoff Brownies Kathleen Conway made!


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Are we gonna get Amazon HQ2 here? After we made sure that they were well-stuffed with fresh hot Ricci’s Hot Sausage on Mancini rolls, we talked to 3 journalists from about their current project…. reporting on Pittsburgh’s desire and ability to become the Amazon HQ2. Pittsburgh roads, the people, the airport, food, culture and technology reputation.. all of it being reported on as they embed themselves here for the entire month of February. What do Kurt, Nat and Taylor have to say about Pittsburgh and the Amazon HQ2 thingy? And, how much Pittsburghese did they learn while here?

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