We Love Pottstown!

This website was created by people who love Pottstown and are personally invested in seeing it succeed. Tapping into extensive knowledge of small business ownership, web design, creative writing, and photography, we banded together to create a website and marketing initiative to propel people to visit and live in Pottstown.

If you would like to contribute to this website, we’re looking for Pottstown professionals who love Pottstown and want to help make this a success. Check out the bottom of this page for more information.

Who Are We?


Raymond Rose

Owner, CWT Websites + Marketing

Combining writing, web design, and social media marketing, Raymond helps small businesses and professionals speak directly to their customers. From Financial Advisers, School Districts, Event Organizers, to Small Business Owners, he has delivered the websites, marketing, and creative content that turns ‘browsers’ into ‘buyers.’ In addition to his consulting business, he is often found volunteering at local schools, working with Pottstown School District as a parent adviser, and helping revitalize Pottstown through various organizations. Also, he writes thrilling novels and short stories under Raymond M Rose.


Jennifer Hetrick

Professional Writer + Photographer

Jennifer has contributed to local and regional newspapers and magazines in Southeastern Pennsylvania as well as several national-level publications. Always, she creates content with a positively-geared focus of the good going on in communities. Her own blogs are focused in poetry and garden-speak. However, she also does farm-blogging for Weaver’s Orchard in Southern Berks County and Wolff’s Apple House in Delaware County. When she’s not interviewing, writing, editing, or doing photography, she’s teaching her travelling poetry class by the Schuylkill River. In addition, she runs creative writing workshops in schools and state parks. Furthermore, she regularly hosts poetry readings at local retirement homes through her three-year poetry project on the manufacturing history of Berks County which is funded in part by grants from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and Berks Arts Council.


If you love Pottstown and are a Pottstown business owner that wants to be part of making this website great, we’d love to hear more about you. Please fill out the form below and we’ll get in touch.