Priory wins marketing award
The Priory Hospitality Group took the top honor at the American Marketing Association Pittsburgh Chapter's recent Marketer of the Year awards event for 2009.
The North Side-based Priory was named Grand Marketer of the Year and led a category that included hospitality.
Other category winners were the Art Institutes of Pittsburgh, in education; Benner Commerce Park in Centre County, in real estate; Butler Health System, in medical and health care; tool maker Channellock, in industrial and manufacturing; Giant Eagle, in retail; trucking firm Pitt Ohio Express, in business and professional services; Private Wealth Advisors, in financial services; and specialty cement maker Sauereisen, in construction.
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