With ‘Let’s Go, KOP!’ Rallying Cry, District Invites Everybody to Return to Everything They Love in KOP

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With a “Let’s go, KOP!” rallying cry, King of Prussia District is inviting residents and visitors to return to everything they love in King of Prussia. Image via Jack McGuane.

With a “Let’s go, KOP!” rallying cry, King of Prussia District is inviting residents and visitors to return to everything they love in King of Prussia, writes Rachel Ammon, Director of Marketing & Communications at King of Prussia District, for the Times Herald.

King of Prussia never fully closed. Healthcare workers and employees at essential businesses such as grocery stores were working overtime to keep everybody safe and not missing out on any necessities.

But now the city is again open for most business, making it the perfect time to do everything that was missed over the last six months.

Therefore this is now the ideal time to celebrate a birthday by throwing axes or visiting an escape room.

You could also take a hike through Valley Forge National Historical Park to offset all the hours spent on the couch indulging in Netflix, or celebrate an anniversary that was a month ago in one of the romantic local restaurants.

Info on everything that is available and now open again can be found at VisitKOP.com or LetsGoKOP.com.

Read more about King of Prussia District at the Times Herald by clicking here.

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