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Linda Jo Thornberg, President of the Pittsburgh Business Show, Featured on KDKA-TV’s Sunday Business Page

Linda Thornberg on KDKA

Pittsburgh – Linda Jo Thornberg, President of the Pittsburgh Business Show, and Susan Weinzierl, owner of Professional Graphic Communications, were guests on the Sunday, March 5, 2017 edition of the Sunday Business Page, KDKA-TV’s long-running local business show, hosted by Jon Delano.


Thornberg discussed how the Pittsburgh Business Show will bring together resources, industries, and people during the two-day business-to-business expo being held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on Wednesday, April 19 and Thursday, April 20, 2017.


The goal of the Pittsburgh Business Show is to help build partnerships, bring businesses together for networking, and create new business opportunities for companies. This annual expo will showcase the region’s business knowledge, while creating a sense of community among companies and organizations in western Pennsylvania and the tri-state area.


During the show, Thornberg said, “The Pittsburgh Business Show connects businesses in the Pittsburgh region to the resources they need to grow. With so many great communities around the region, there are unique opportunities for company owners and entrepreneurs to network and introduce their products and services. I’ve heard business owners say that are working in their business, not on their business, so we wanted to create an event that they can look forward to attending year after year to find the resources needed to achieve their business goals.”


Weinzierl, owner of the full-service printing, creative, fulfillment, and mailing company Professional Graphic Communications, talked about the benefits of being a vendor at the Pittsburgh Business Show.


“As an exhibitor and business owner, I think it’s going to be a great opportunity for companies to collaborate and network. I believe that Pittsburgh’s business community will continue to grow if we have the chance to work together and see what everyone brings to the table. Plus, the local community is invited, so they will see what so many businesses in this area are achieving in the Pittsburgh market,” said Weinzierl.


Vendor and exhibitor spots are available, with space limited per industry. To sign on as a vendor, visit the Pittsburgh Business Show website at


For free tickets, go to the website or text TICKETS to 39187 and to register for events, speakers, and seminars at the show on April 19 and 20, 2017 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.