- Category: Society & Politics
- Published: June 03, 2013
- Written by Hispanic-Today
Specifically, PNC will sponsor events in 16 communities--more than twice as many than in previous years--including Baltimore, Md.; Charlotte, N.C.; Chicago, Ill.; Cleveland, Ohio; Columbus, Ohio; Harrisburg, Pa.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Kalamazoo, Mich.; Louisville, Ky.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Central and Northern New Jersey; Philadelphia, Pa.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Washington, D.C.; and seven cities throughout Florida.
"PNC remains committed to our focus on diversity and inclusion, which allows us to better serve the needs of our diverse employees, customers and communities and ultimately helps drive business success," said Marsha Jones, chief diversity officer, PNC. “Our continued support of community PRIDE events gives us the unique opportunity to strengthen our existing partnerships, deepen our customer relationships and engage our LGBT employees and their allies."
2013 PRIDE events include:
- Charlotte Lesbian and Gay Fund’s 6th Annual “Happening!” Lunch, May 22
- Seven Equality
- Pride Festival of Central PA (
- Indy Pride Festival in
- The sixth annual
- Kentuckiana Pride Festival in
- The 26th annual PrideFest Milwaukee, featuring musical acts by the Indigo Girls, among others, June 7-9
- Jersey Pride in
Central New Jersey, June 2 Northern New JerseyPride, featuring a book signing, film screening, 5K run and festival, June 3-9 New Hope( Philadelphia Pittsburgh
- The 38th annual Capital Pride Celebration in
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