2013 40 Under 40 Awards

 
On Friday, Oct. 25, Pittsburgh Magazine and PUMP hosted the 15th Annual 40 Under 40 Awards. The 40 Under 40 Awards honor individuals working to make our region a better place to live, work and play. The honorees are selected by a panel of judges, and the winners are featured in the November issue of Pittsburgh Magazine.
 
Click here to meet the 2013 honorees
 
Click here to see photos from the 2013 event
 
Watch This: Video from the 40 Under 40 event
 
We are now accepting nominations for the 2014 40 Under 40 Awards! Click here to nominate a candidate.
 
 

Thanks to our 2013 sponsors:

 
Presenting Sponsor: 
 

 
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