Bucks County

Press Releases

Author: Alexa Johnson, Senior Marketing & Communications Manager

For more information contact alexaj@visitbuckscounty.com, 215-639-0030 x 227.

BUCKS COUNTY, PA (March 25, 2019) — The Visit Bucks County Board of Directors announced today that Jerry Lepping, President/COO of Visit Bucks County (VBC), will retire from his leadership role.

Lepping will continue as President/COO through June 30, with current Vice President, Paul Bencivengo assuming the role of President/COO on July 1. Lepping will then serve as an advisor to the organization

BUCKS COUNTY, PA (March 19, 2019) – Visit Bucks County (VBC), the official tourism promotion agency for Bucks County, is proud to announce the hiring of four new employees:

Kate Isbel, Digital Communications Manager
Kate Isbel joins as Digital Communications Manager. Kate has an extensive tourism and hospitality background having held positions at PHLCVB and The Logan Hotel in Philadelphia. During her time at PHLCVB, Kate had an active

BUCKS COUNTY, PA (January 16, 2019) – Bucks County, Pennsylvania is gearing up for an exciting new year. From renovations at historic properties to new museum exhibits and brewery openings, a visit to Bucks County is a must in 2019! To help you plan your trip, Visit Bucks County has rounded up the reasons to start booking your getaway to the area.

  1. Now you’ll really want to arrive early to the

BUCKS COUNTY, PA (December 19, 2018) – Visit Bucks County (VBC), the official tourism promotion agency for Bucks County distributed $300,000 to 32 Bucks County non-profits at the Bucks County Visitor Center in Bensalem on Wednesday.

The Visit Bucks County Tourism Grant program was established ten years ago to assist in the development and enhancement of not-for-profit tourism initiatives in

BUCKS COUNTY, PA (September 26, 2018) – This fall, Visit Bucks County (VBC)’s brand advertising campaign is appearing on televisions and on the side of Uber and Lyft vehicles in New York City, billboards throughout Northern New Jersey and digitally targeting tourists seeking an autumn getaway to the countryside in NYC, Northern NJ and Washington, D.C.

The 2018 fall creative campaign showcases

NEW YORK, N.Y. (September 20, 2018) – From foliage to festivals, why wouldn’t you want to escape the city for a weekend in the countryside? Visit Bucks County (VBC), the official tourism promotion agency of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, hosted a pop-up ice cream truck event on Thursday, September 20th in New York City to promote the Bucks County Ice Cream Trail and fall and holiday travel with

On Thursday, September 13th, Visit Bucks County (VBC) hosted their annual ‘Event Venue Show,’ an exclusive meeting planner focused event at the Cock ‘n Bull Restaurant inside Peddler’s Village. A total of 35 venues and facilities exhibited 44 properties, showcasing Bucks County’s inviting spaces to approximately 100 meeting planners from around the region.

Attendees enjoyed networking and learning

WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 24, 2018) – “Hump Day” just got a little sweeter! Visit Bucks County, the official tourism promotion agency of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, surprised passersby in Washington, D.C. with 3,000 pieces of free ice cream on Wednesday, May 23rd to promote the ‘Bucks County Ice Cream Trail’ and summer getaways to the area.

A custom-wrapped ice cream truck bearing the Ice Cream Trail

(Left to right: Robert G. Loughery, VBC President/COO Jerry Lepping, VBC Vice President Paul Bencivengo, VBC Industry Relations Director Lisa Paglaiccetti, Charles H. Martin, and Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia)

BUCKS COUNTY, PA (May 4, 2017) – On Wednesday, May 3, Bucks County Commissioners Robert G. Loughery, Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, and Charles H. Martin proclaimed May 7-13 National Travel & Tourism

BUCKS COUNTY, PA (January 9, 2017) – Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the bucolic countryside backyard of the City of Brotherly Love, is gearing up for an exciting new year. From monumental anniversaries to historic developments, a visit to Bucks County, PA is a must for 2017! Here’s what’s new in Bucks County for the year ahead.