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James Hamill

James Hamill is the Director of Public Relations for the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. He is the spokesperson for the organization and helps devise ways to promote the Pocono Mountains as a destination including through print, broadcast, online and social media outlets. He grew up in Honesdale and lives there with his wife and children. When he finds the time he golfs, skis and enjoys live music. Follow him on Twitter @JimHamill.

Contact information: 
[email protected] / @PoconoTVNetwork / 570.844.2003 / 570.419.8461

State of the County Event Returns to Pike

Business, economic development groups partner with county for dinner Pike County will once again bring together leaders in business, local government and across the region to highlight successes and challenges facing the area at the State of the County Dinner on November 17, 2022 at the Best Western Inn at Hunt’s Landing in Matamoras…

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Pocono Winners of Route 6 Awards Recognized

Lackawaxen River Trails & Lisa Glover of Honesdale Among Awardees The Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau (PMVB) congratulates the winners of the 2022 PA Route 6 Alliance “Do 6” Awards including two award winners which have made significant contributions to the region promoting the development of trail systems and artistic placemaking…

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Music Series Returns at Milford Community House

Music will fill the air in downtown Milford this season now that a lineup of acts has been announced for Saturdays starting May 7, 2022. The Milford Music Series is free to the public thanks to the generosity of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau and sponsored by the host location, Milford Community House…

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Double the NASCAR Action at Pocono Raceway

This weekend, thousands of race fans will descend on ‘The Tricky Triangle,’ the region’s iconic Pocono Raceway, to enjoy three days of racing including two NASCAR Cup Series races. The event is allowed at maximum capacity and will host a total of five races including Sunday’s Explore the Pocono Mountains 350…

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