How did you come to live and/or work in Conshohocken?
The same reason guys pretty much do everything – a Lady! My fiancée has been living here for about 6 years, which works out great for me; I love this town. My sister actually lived 4 houses down on the same row of townhomes that I currently live in about 10 years ago, so I was very familiar with Conshohocken before moving here from Baltimore.
What do you do (career wise)?
I’m the Philadelphia (and surrounding areas) Sales Representative for Victory Brewing Company. Getting to work for such an amazing craft brewery and work with the top bars and restaurants is awesome – always fun to have your finger on the pulse of such a great area, but don’t be fooled…its not all gravy.
What are you involved in outside of work?
Working for Victory allows me to easily be involved with some great charities – most recently helping out Little Smiles with their Monte Carlo night at Citizens Bank Park, they’re a great organization..you should check them out. At home, I love cooking and homebrewing; but I try to stay outside whenever I can. This time of year you can find me fishing, hiking, kayaking and camping as much as possible, which is never enough.
What do you love most about Conshohocken?
I love the people here, we have a great mix of different demographics which also allows us to have a great mix of different places to go out. Everything from ‘Three Bell’ restaurants to the dive bars, all within walking distance..can’t top that!
What are your favorite places in Conshohocken?
For fear of upsetting some of the great bars and restaurants that serve Victory, I’d have to list them all, so I’ll steer clear (sorry guys, you know who you are). You can find me eating at Fayette Street Grille, Chef Runyen is the man; enjoying amazing Italian at Trattoria Totaro and Conshy Café for brunch on Sundays (notice they’re all BYOs?). Love walking my Boston Terrier, Duncan, around Sutcliffe Park (oh wait, you aren’t allowed to have dogs there…nevermind, whats up with that?!).