Reader Poll: Where Should PA Society Go?

Waldorf-AstoriaPA Society has been held in the Waldorf Astoria since 1899 and will be again this December.

And then perhaps never again.

Turns out the Waldorf Astoria will be closed in spring 2017 and will remain shuttered for up to three years. Even afterwards, it will be more of a luxury condo than a hotel.

This development, though, presents an opportunity. In the past, our reader polls have shown a majority want the events moved to Pennsylvania (or cancelled altogether).

The extravaganza could be held in Philly, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh or some other PA city. It might just be moved to another New York hotel or the whole weekend can be moved to a place like Washington D.C. instead.

Who knows what The Pennsylvania Society will ultimately decide to do, but we still want to know what you think.

Where Should PA Society Be Held Next Year?

  • Philadelphia (37%)
  • Another Spot in New York City (21%)
  • Pittsburgh (14%)
  • Another City in Pennsylvania (13%)
  • Harrisburg (8%)
  • Washington, D.C. (6%)

Total Voters: 802

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June 28th, 2016 | Posted in Features, Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Poll, Top Stories | 12 Comments

12 thoughts on “Reader Poll: Where Should PA Society Go?”

  1. Huh? says:

    The New York Hilton on 6th Avenue

  2. jack says:

    K street in DC

  3. Mt. Airy Bill says:

    Hershey if anywhere.

  4. Gary Eichelberger says:


  5. Gary Eichelberger says:

    Johnstown War Memorial.

  6. bungy says:

    Will Seth Williams show his face now that he officially has no friends, is flat-broke, and appears headed for a perp-walk with the G-Men?

  7. Spambot says:

    A strip club because they are all a bunch of sell out hoes.

  8. Talkin Dauphin says:

    Bedford Springs!

  9. Burgermeister Meisterberger says:

    Why not hold it at Alan Kennedy-Shaffer’s house in Harrisburg? I hear it is for sale?

  10. PhillyPolitico says:

    Can’t there be an option for “nowhere”?

  11. Adam Lang says:

    Alternate it between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Use it as a way to help bridge communication between both sides of the state.

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