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The Cash Mob Story....

Just in case you still haven't heard about this recent phenomena that's called "Cash Mob" ...here's the scoop. It's been a long time since something this simple and yet so powerful has been able to explode in neighborhoods all across the land. It is reviving the community spirit of yester-year and bringing people together in a way that only our grandparents can remember READ MORE

 

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Pennsylvania Facts and Trivia That You Can Use On Twitter & Facebook When Promoting Your Cash Mob

  1. Pennsylvania is the first state of the fifty United States to list their web site URL on a license plate.
  2. In 1909 the first baseball stadium was built in Pittsburgh.
  3. Hershey is considered the Chocolate Capital of the United States.
  4. In 1913 the first automobile service station opened in Pittsburgh.
  5. In 1946 Philadelphia became home to the first computer.
  6. Bob Hoffman of York is hailed the world round as the Father of Weightlifting. Hoffman started York Barbell Corp. in 1932 and preached the gospel of physical fitness throughout his life as an U.S. Olympic coach, businessman and philanthropist.
  7. The first daily newspaper was published in Philadelphia on Sept. 21, 1784.
  8. Philadelphia saw the first Zoological garden in July 1874.
  9. Drake Well Museum in Titusville is on the site where Edwin L. Drake drilled the world's first oil well in 1859 and launched the modern petroleum industry.
  10. In Hazleton, there is a law on the books that prohibits a person from sipping a carbonated drink while lecturing students in a school auditorium.
  11. In Philadelphia in 1775 Johann Behrent built the first piano in America calling it under the name "Piano Forte."
  12. Philadelphia is the site of the first presidential mansion.
  13. Betsy Ross made the first American flag in Philadelphia.
  14. "Doctor, if you don't give me something to help me breathe, I'm going to stop!" came the urgent cry of 16-year old Frederick Gable of Loganville. Vowing not to lose another patient to pneumonia, Dr. George Holtzapple successfully created the first application of oxygen, thus saving his patient's life and winning international fame through his discovery. The year was 1885.
  15. Stewartstown hired its first police officer in 1876. He was also the town lamp lighter.
  16. Philadelphia is home to the cheesesteak sandwich, water ice, soft pretzels, and TastyKakes.
  17. The Rockville Bridge in Harrisburg is the longest stone arch bridge in the world.
  18. Kennett Square is known as the Mushroom Capital of the World.
  19. The town of Franklin became a center for worldwide oil production following Colonel Edwin Drake's discovery of oil in nearby Titusville.
  20. The Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia in 1776.
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