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Building a Better Boyertown Hires New Main Street Manager

by Building A Better Boyertown

Jun 28, 2022

Ellen Martignetti

Building a Better Boyertown (BaBB) is excited to announce its new Main Street Manager, Ellen Martignetti. Ellen is no stranger to BaBB or Boyertown. She has been a resident of Boyertown since 1995, raising her three children here with her husband, John. Mrs. Martignetti has been a volunteer for BaBB for over 10 years, most recently serving as Board Secretary and dedicating her time to the Design and Promotions Committees.

Ellen has had many “hats” over the years. As a graduate of Drexel University with a degree in interior design she has worked in the commercial design and furniture industry for many years. She also gained retail experience working at the Disney Store. Since 2016 Ellen has worked in Boyertown at Pine Forge Elementary School as a learning support aide.

“Boyertown has a lot to offer not only in historic or cultural heritage tourism, but also in our incredible annual events and public spaces,” said Martignetti.  “I look forward to supporting our businesses, attractions and organizations while also welcoming in new entrepreneurs and innovators that understand the value of our little slice of Americana.  I want downtown Boyertown to be a celebration of our agricultural region, artists and makers that honors the past and looks toward the future.” Ellen has witnessed so many positive changes in Boyertown over the years.  As Main Street Manager, she looks forward to promoting our historic and unique town as well as continuing the mission of BaBB.

Building a Better Boyertown is a non-profit organization that seeks to preserve Boyertown’s artistic, historical, and agricultural heritage by providing the Boyertown Community with physical improvements, unique opportunities, and social interactions for businesses, residents, and visitors alike. Boyertown is a welcoming, vibrant, and engaging community for people from all walks of life. BaBB cherishes and supports its history, arts, businesses, retail, agriculture and offers an unparalleled tourist experience. If you are interested in donating to BaBB or becoming a member please call 610-369-3054 or visit

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