Home is where I always return. My parent’s family home in Sellersville and its surrounding community rooted my love for Bucks County into my college years at Penn State and Happy Valley. Upper Bucks County will always be home for me, from Danielle Bodnar’s welcome letter introducing the 2020 focused Upper Bucks County business directory and community profile.
It’s where you put your feet up at the end of a long day and lay your head at bedtime.
It’s where you’re most relaxed– during the upcoming holidays or any other – from birthdays and milestones to special celebrations and gatherings.
And it’s where you can always be yourself.
In our upcoming edition of focused Upper Bucks County, UBCC’s annual business directory and community profile, we pay homage to the places we call home and our rich, good earth. From plow and planting to growing season and harvest, the prominent role our agricultural roots plays is a vital part of the fabric of daily life – from economics to the abundance we’ll enjoy on our holiday feasting tables.
In 2020 we take time to honor plow and planting and to give thanks.
As the most recent of our quartet of in-house produced publications, we’ve gathered in a crop of hand-curated information you won’t find anywhere else.
Where to eat and shop? What’s the economic forecast in the coming year? Where do I find a painter, disaster help after a fire, or an insurance agent or Realtor? Here our membership listings take the guesswork away in selecting contractors, specialty service providers, where to enjoy brunch or see a show because we’ve done the sourcing for you.
Considering a legal team? Check out focused. Health care or senior living options? Focused. Higher education choices? You’ll find them in focused.
In this issue we explore our historical roots in Perkasie Borough – and how revitalization sown from seed after a catastrophic fire in 1988, has flourished with new housing, new businesses and economic development and how America’s Hometown continues to earn its coveted nick-name.
Danielle Bodnar makes her debut as executive director for UBCC
in the 2020 edition of focused.
“I’m excited to see how our area evolves in the course of a year, and this edition’s photographs showcase our beautiful and welcoming place,” Bodnar said.
UBCC’s annual directory and community profile represents not only our membership but the communities in which we live, work, eat, shop, play, learn, discover and grow.
Check out the 2020 focused. From long-time native to newcomer, there’s something to learn, inspire and delight on its fresh, new pages.
Members receive discounted advertising rates in focused, the region’s premiere publication. For 2020 we’ll print and distribute 7,500 copies throughout Pennridge, Palisades and Quakertown Community school districts. It is also available online at www.ubcc.org/directory.
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