Events

Chamber Receptions

The Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce, an affiliate of the Allegheny Conference, holds three signature legislative receptions each year with stakeholders and regional policymakers to strengthen relationships between our region’s business community and elected officials and to celebrate our shared accomplishments. These receptions occur in Pittsburgh, Harrisburg (in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia) and Washington, DC.

The dates for the 2022 GPCC receptions are as follows:

  • Harrisburg Reception– May 24, 2022
  • Washington, DC Reception and Fly-In– September 14-15, 2022
  • Pittsburgh Reception– December 13, 2022

View our 2021 DC Virtual Fly-In.

View a gallery of photos from our 2021 Pittsburgh Reception.

Package (All Three Events) Sponsorship Opportunity:

Platinum – $10,500

  • Ten (10) complementary tickets for the Harrisburg, Washington, DC and Pittsburgh Receptions
  • Platinum banner signage located throughout the venue (Washington, DC and Pittsburgh Receptions only)
  • Name and logo recognition on sponsor signage at entrance to receptions*
  • Specific placement on @GPghCC twitter/social media account (3,400+ followers)
  • Integrated into marketing/development of social media campaign for the event

Gold – $6,500

  • Six (6) complementary tickets for the Harrisburg, Washington, DC and Pittsburgh Receptions
  • Name and logo recognition on sponsor banner at entrance to receptions*
  • Specific placement on @GPghCC twitter/social media account (3,400+ followers)
  • Integrated into marketing/development of social media campaign for the event

Silver – $3,500

  • Two (2) complementary tickets for the Harrisburg, Washington, DC and Pittsburgh Receptions
  • Name and logo recognition on sponsor banner at entrance to receptions*
  • Specific placement on @GPghCC twitter/social media account (3,400+ followers)
  • Integrated into marketing/development of social media campaign for the event

*Will be included in signage for Harrisburg Reception if received by April 25, 2022*

To become a sponsor, please complete this form and email it to ChamberEvents@PittsburghChamber.com.


Monthly First Friday Speaker Series

The Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce’s First Friday Speaker Series brings together the region’s private sector and public affairs community to engage with elected and other public officials on issues that are important to the region’s economy and quality of life.

February 4, 2022

City of Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey – Virtual (via Zoom)

March 4, 2022

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf – Virtual (via Zoom)


April 8, 2022

County Executive Rich Fitzgerald – Hybrid


May 13, 2022

House Majority Whip Donna Oberlander, Don Smith, President of RIDC, and Liz Fishback, US State and Local Affairs Lead at Argo AI – In-Person


June 3, 2022

Washington County Commissioner Nick Sherman, Lawrence County Commissioner Loretta Spielvogel and Butler County Commissioner Kim Geyer – In-Person


July 15, 2022

U.S. Senator Bob Casey – In-Person


October 14, 2022

Leslie Gromis Baker, Managing Director of State and Federal Government Relations at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, and David Caliguiri, President of The Caliguiri Group


November 14, 2022

Speaker TBD


December 2, 2022

Speaker TBD

View recordings of past First Friday events

COVID-19 EVENT SAFETY PROTOCOL

The Allegheny Conference and its affiliates are committed to the Pittsburgh region, committed to supporting our region’s employers, and committed to convening our membership to move the region forward – all in the safest way possible.

Attendees will be asked to show proof of full vaccination (hard copy or digital). Fully vaccinated against COVID-19 means at least two weeks has passed since receiving the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine or the single dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.

Attendees not providing proof of full vaccination (hard copy or digital) will need to provide results of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48-hours of the gathering.

Masks will no longer be required unless dictated otherwise by the event venue.

We will continue to monitor local, state and national guidelines, including CDC guidelines, and update our event policy as circumstances dictate. If at any time our policy changes due to COVID-19, we may host our events virtually.