As Director of Marketing & Communications for the King of Prussia District (KoP-BID), Rachel is always focusing on what KoP-BID can do for King of Prussia and Montgomery County.
One of her top accomplishments is the work she and her team do for CHOP. “My proudest professional accomplishment happens yearly when we tally up the donations for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia from KOP Restaurant Week and KOP Shops for CHOP,” she notes.
“This year our grand total far exceeded past years, which is incredible because we hosted this event in the middle of a pandemic. Each year we do all that we can to grow the event and the donation total, and this year was no exception. The King of Prussia business community is amazing!” Rachel Ammon expresses.
Rachel was born in Norristown and grew up in Collegeville and attended Shippensburg University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with an emphasis on public relations and English minor.
“My first boss out of college taught me about attention to detail and how to prepare for meetings,” Rachel Ammon explains. “I was surrounded by caring women and learned a lot.”
Rachel Ammon’s favorite restaurants are in King of Prussia. “We have so many great restaurants like True Food, J. Alexander’s, Paladar, and Founding Farmers. I also love Workhorse Brewing Company,” she says. “You can’t beat the “people scene” in KOP Town Center, especially at night. That place is always bumping!”
“While I now live in Delaware County, Montgomery County was a wonderful place to grow up, and now is an amazing place to work. There are so many unique towns that all have special qualities unlike another,” she says.
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