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Where to pick up the official Philly Tech Week print magazine

Check out this map to find the 200+ storefront locations where you can pick up a copy of the official print magazine of Philly Tech Week 2015 presented by Comcast.

The cover of the #PTW15 print mag. (Designed by Red Flag Media)

In case you missed it: Philly Tech Week 2015 presented by Comcast is just one week away.
One milestone in planning that we look forward to each year is when the week’s official magazine lands in more than 200 storefronts around the city. It will also be available at all official Philly Tech Week events.
For you, it’s a glimpse at the great activities that we’ve been coordinating all year. For us, it’s a chance to try an old-fashioned publishing medium: beautiful, glossy print.
In addition to the 100+ events featured in the program’s calendar, the free magazine features original reporting from our editorial team and details on the 200+ partners and sponsors that help make the week happen. Keep in mind that while the print magazine is a great resource, you should always check out PhillyTechWeek.com for the most up-to-date events and details.
You can pick it up today in the more than 200 locations in the Philadelphia region shown on the map below. Or, flip through a digital version on Issuu. Individual stories from the print mag will be rolling out online over the next week.
Find a print mag somewhere? Snap a pic and tweet us at @PhillyTechWeek using the hashtag #PTW15.
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