Pottstown, PA – The TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to introduce our new Marketing and Communications Director, Danielle Rexrode.

Danielle started her full-time employment with the TriCounty Chamber on Monday, July 1, 2019. Danielle was a part-time employee working as our assistant marketing director and prior to that she was completing hours as an intern during her senior year at West Chester University. She graduated in May from West Chester with a B.S. in Marketing. While in college, she was involved with the American Marketing Association and Best Buddies.

Danielle will serve as the Chamber’s “brand amplifier” designing graphics and associated materials for Chamber events and programs. She will design flyers, website and Facebook banners, ads, event programs, and any other printed or electronic media needed to effectively market our organization and our programs. In addition, Danielle will be responsible for the monthly editorial content for the Chamber’s section of the Rt. 422 Business Advisor. The monthly electronic newsletter to the Chamber Membership will also be prepared by Danielle as well as our social media outlets are also managed by her.

The Chamber is excited to have Danielle work three days a week completing responsibilities for the TriCounty Chamber. However, to fill in her full-time hours she will be sub-contracted out to assist with marketing projects – working one day for the Leadership Tri-County program and LEYP (Lead, Engage, Young Professionals) both programs of the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Inc. and will work one day per week for Pottstown Area Industrial Development, Inc.

Danielle looks forward to expanding her role and responsibilities and contributing to the growing success of the Chamber as well as helping to tell the stories of our 500 plus Members.

Eileen Dautrich, President of the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce, stated she is “excited to be able to have Danielle join our team as a full-time employee.”  Eileen shared that “our marketing and our brand are extremely important to our Chamber and the success of our outreach is critical to our success.”