I have recently been interviewed by the No Prisoners Podcast and that the episode (number 123) is now LIVE! During our chat, we discuss how Britt Around Town bloomed into what it is today, what my goals are for the future and also unravel some social media tips and tricks.
Some of my favorite local and small businesses that I mention in the podcast are:
🤍 and more!!!
I am so thankful to the No Prisoners Podcast for taking the time to sit and chat with me and help me to further share my love for all things local with the world.
Thank you to the Rotated Views Podcast for featuring me on their most recent episode. It was a pleasure to speak with you and be a voice for our local businesses.
Taken from the podcast description: “In this episode we have special guest Brittany. We cover topics that range from blogging, photography, small business, Bucks County, the current pandemic and much more.”
Head on over and give this episode and some of their others a listen! The podcast is available on iTunes, Google Music, Spotify, Stitcher & TuneIn.
"Bucks County Bytes presents to you a very special second podcast with Brittany Brown, aka, our very own Britt Around Town! Over the last few months, Britt and I stayed in touch over the course of the pandemic, watching everything she has done for the community.
Britt's love for Bucks is authentic, loving, and supporting for all those businesses and individuals affected by the pandemic and through her blogging and social media presence, she has made magic happen for many in Bucks County. Britt brings people close to what is near and dear to her heart....the people and the business they have right here in Bucks. The food. The history. The architecture. The shops. The rural and beautiful area of Bucks that we call home.
So many of us here in the community need the support and love that Britt has...because of her, I am able to follow those businesses, and have those voices heard! Britt makes it possible from all the work she does as an arbiter of local culture and Bucks County. Her personality shines in all she does whether you meet her in your local shop, or on a phone call, or in a zoom call. Her heart is here and loves her community and it shows....thank you Britt Around Town for your hard work. We look forward to the future of Brittany Brown!"
"Bucks County, Pennsylvania Travel Blogger, and founder of @Britt_Around_Town, Brittany Brown, talking all things Bucks County, Pennsylvania Known throughout Pennsylvania as @Britt_Around_Town; Brittany Brown is considered the Arbiter of Local Culture.
She skillfully chronicles the history and local culture of Bucks County, through photography that transports followers to the small towns she features. Through the wildly popular Instagram feed, @Britt_Around_Town, Brittany has reintroduced followers to ‘Drive To’ Destinations, and Bucks County, Pa. Her posts generates tremendous awareness for small businesses in Bucks County, increasing business and revenue.
With over 3,000 followers and growing, @Britt_Around_Town highlights the history, art, eateries, small businesses and activities in Bucks Count, Pa. @Britt_Around_Town has become a resource for travelers desiring to travel locally and responsibly. Brittany is leading the charge to address the plight of local small businesses by highlighting Bucks County, Pa as the ideal Drive to Destination. In this episode she shares the history, cultural attractions, tours, dining options, small businesses and outdoor activities Bucks County offers, and the importance of supporting small businesses."
I was interviewed by Martha for the Bucks County Bytes podcast! We chatted about my social media platforms, blogging with Visit Bucks County, local travel, local businesses with mentions of The Gardenville Hotel, The Cornerstone Clubs and Rise and Grind Cafe, and also touched on the topic of Pine2Pink. 💕
"Summer Bucket List" Follow the link to read the full article, starting on page 26
"The Square and The Station" Follow the link to read the full article, starting on page 28
"Bucks County Fall Favorites" Follow the link to read the full article, starting on page 12
"Peddler's Village" Follow the link to read the full article, starting on page 22
"Holiday Season in Bucks County" Follow the link to read the full article, starting on page 32
"Cheers to the New year" Follow the link to read the full article, starting on page 24
"Date Ideas" Follow the link to read the full article starting on page 26
"12 Covered Bridges of Bucks County" Follow the link to read the full article starting on page 18
"The Talking Teacup" Follow the link to read the full article starting on page 20
"Drivable Summer Roadtrips" Follow the link to read the full article starting on page 28
Britt is proud to have the honor of receiving the 2022 Visit Bucks County award at this year's National Travel & Tourism Week event. This award honors an individual who has gone above and beyond to forward the tourism and hospitality message of Visit Bucks County.
In Honor of National Bereavement Day ~ we want to honor all of the women out there who have lost pregnancies and babies that they were expecting. This month, The Cardinal features our very own @brittaroundtown and her story about loss. 💔
In the words of Britt herself: "Today, on National Bereaved Mother’s Day, I am absolutely honored to share the article that my friend Dana, another contributing writer with the Doylestown Cardinal, wrote in honor of mothers who have experienced the heartbreak of pregnancy loss. When she asked me to share my story, I quickly agreed as I have been an open book about these last few years in hopes to let other angel baby mamas know that they are not alone and shouldn’t be afraid to tell their stories. For years, the topic of pregnancy loss has been considered taboo, and I am so thankful that the mindset has been shifting. No woman should EVER have to go through this alone as this traumatic experience completely changes their lives. It should not be kept secret. It happened and is one of the worst experiences most of us will ever have to face. …and these statistics are not small. Pregnancy loss occurs in 10-20 percent of pregnancies. 1 in 4 women will know this pain. They are your friends. Your family. Your neighbors. Your coworkers. Please keep them in mind today and on Mothers Day as it is a hard one for us. While a small excerpt of the article can be found in the May edition of the Doylestown Cardinal, the full article and my full story can be found on their website at the link below. I will warn you, it’s not an easy read, but it sure as hell wasn’t an easy experience either. Thank you for letting me share my story and my inbox is always open for those who need to share theirs as well. You are not alone. We see you. We are with you."
Meet today’s featured #bloomgirl, Brittany Brown! Britt is a blogger, Disney fanatic, and an avid member of our bloom community! We are so inspired by Britt and we know you will be too!
There wasn’t a time when Brittany Brown didn’t have a camera in her hand, documenting her life as she lived it.
Over time, she developed an interest in sharing her experiences with others. The 31-year-old marketing manager from Bucks County sought an outlet to talk about her visits to local businesses, trips to small towns and time spent outdoors.
That led her to developing her social media accounts and blog – @brittaroundtown. Now, her accounts have thousands of followers that look to her for recommendations on shops, restaurants, day-trips and a lot more.