About Us

Eventsburgh, Yourburgh, Anyburgh, Events All Over the USA.

History

Eventsburgh.com was started with a mission to help local non-profit organizations. In the original founder Tony Hsieh’s own words: “Having talked to many non-profit organizations in Pittsburgh and learned about their pain in spreading words for their upcoming events and raising awareness of their organization, Evensburgh.com was born to help marketing and promoting local events.” Although our initial target was non-profit organizations, local businesses quickly realized the value in adding Eventsburgh.com to their marketing efforts.
Eventsburgh.com was launched in September 2010 and promoted its 1000th event in May, 2011.

The website was acquired by JJ Media Group in Fall 2013 and offered up to the nation at large but soon found that some revisions had to be made.  In March of 2016, the new improved nationwide model of Eventsburgh was unveiled with a new slogan:   “Eventsburgh, Yourburgh, Anyburgh, Events All Over the USA.

Why Use Eventsburgh, Why Not?

  • It’s free with paid premium features IF YOU CHOOSE TO USE THEM. 
  • It’s nationwide and you can activate any city or town by sharing events and getting others in your “burgh” to share also. So please use the SHARE buttons frequently and generously.  
  • We are continually acquiring local monitors for the “Burghs” around the country and they will be having local Eventsburgh events so you can get to know your audience. If you would like to be a monitor in your area contact us find out how.
  • The gremlins running the Eventsburgh site will send out tips on a regular basis on how to plan promote and do post mortems on your events so that they work better next time. Please be sure to Sign Up to get our wild and crazy but effective blog tips.
  • Each week attendees or those interested in events in their area will receive an email from the Eventsburgh blog for events in their area.
  • Users can sign up for more than one area in case they do “cross bridges,”  unfortunately in the town where Eventsburgh originated most people do not, so that’s why we went national, we know you all cross bridges.