ComicBooked.com posted a great article about Wizard World Philadelphia Comic-Con. They focused on our group and the charity work we do, as well as ToTheFuture.org which is an organization that raised money towards Parkinson’s research with the Back To The Future Delorean! Thanks to Michael Wirth for the heads up!
The Wizard World Comic-Con is a big deal for the Philadelphia Ghostbusters. It was 4 years ago (2008) when some of the original members met and began promoting the group which has seen it’s membership snowball into the group they have now. The past 3 years they have still been at the annual Wizard World Philadelphia Comic-Con, but now as an exhibitor. The PGB have found a great way to connect with their fans, raise money for charity, and enlist new members. Read the rest of this entry »
The Philadelphia Ghostbusters appeared on PHL-17’s Eye Opener LIVE morning show to help promote the upcoming Wizard World Philadelphia Comic-Con. Nate, Julia and Paul showed up full dressed to explain who the PGB are and our role at the convention. Check it out!
After raising a total of $1,589.00, Nate Paro, Paul D. Poole, Dawn Poole, Michael Richards, and Dan Ritchie represented the Philly Ghostbusters at the Great Strides For Cystic Fibrosis walk on Saturday, May 21, 2011 at the Philadelphia Zoo and had a great time!
Also a shout out to PGB members Julia Phipps, Adam Gamler, Ally Scanlon, Dana Colosimo, Dan Webb, Matt Burkit, Joe Hennessey, Anthony Belfatto, and Ed Hartman who all helped raise money for this great cause!
Paul Poole and Ed Hartman were part of the roundtable in May’s edition of Cross the Streams Radio Show. Brendan sat down them along with Fernando Hernandez from the Long Island Ghostbusters, GBNEWS.com’s Webmaster Jason Fitzsimmons, Ghosthead Evan Johnston, and joining for the last half of the show was Sam Swōpe from the Steel City Ghostbusters.
The Philadelphia Ghostbusters met up with a reporter from Fourteenth Street Magazine one night while raising money on South Street. The group was interviewed by Lauren Macaluso to be featured in the magazine.
Well, that time is now and the magazine has been released and you can read the article online! Check out the digital version below, and click to see the whole magazine in full screen mode. We have a photo on Page 10 and the article is on page 12.
Autism Speaks released a video recap of the 2010 Walk in Philadelphia on October 2, 2010. The Philadelphia Ghostbusters were part of that event after raising almost $3,000 for the cause. You can see our group along with some Steel City Ghostbusters in the video below at the 0:28 and 1:31 points.
Ghostbusters United is a website that focuses on uniting all of the various Ghostbuster “franchises” around the world, and helps newcomers find on in their area.
“The Franchise Newsletter is a quarterly project put together by Chris Sinquefield of the Northeast Texas Ghostbusters. With a revolving roster of writers and regular features covering major events coming in the world of GB franchising as well as a spotlight on the franchises themselves, the newsletter project is automatically sent out to any team registered with Ghostbusters United.”
You can see the Philadelphia Ghostbusters represented with a mention on Page 2 and we are part of the collage of photos on Page 3. (Look for the Rocky statue)