MONTCO.Today Gains New Editor, 30+ Year Veteran of Crafting Catchy Copy

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MONTCO.Today has a new editor, a career veteran adept at pounding out compelling stories.

American Community Journals (ACJ), the publishing company behind MONTCO.Today, announces that the Montgomery County edition of its daily e-newspaper is now in the hands of editor Dan Weckerly.

Weckerly joined ACJ in March 2021. He was given the responsibility of solidifying the fledging BUCKSCO.Today to a publication that could journalistically and economically stand side-by-side with its successful counterparts in Montgomery, Chester, and Delaware Counties.

From its 2017 launch, BUCKSCO.Today has grown to the point where it now serves 30,000 daily readers. With that publication solidly on its feet, he is now turning his editorial eye on Montgomery County, his place of residence. It is an area with which he is well acquainted, living in Limerick since 1990 and having served as PR Manager for the Valley Forge Tourism and Convention Board.

Weckerly has a demonstrated ability to leverage storytelling as a compelling conveyor of business information. His career includes expertise in banking, finance, technology, education, tourism, and healthcare, earning him national recognition for his creative approach to marketing copy.

As a writer, he even took a stab at fiction, writing a self-published e-novel in 2012. Its proceeds, after months of promotion, earned “…about enough for my wife and I to go see a movie together,” he admitted.

Ken Knickerbocker, ACJ CEO and Publisher, said, “Dan brings talent, passion, energy, and empathy to his writing and editing, and we look forward to his serving well the interests of MONTCO.Today readers and its affiliate partners.”

Weckerly is a Saint Joseph’s University graduate; he shares his residence with a wife of 34 years, three adult daughters, and a senior-citizen Labrador Retriever.

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