Phoenixville is a beautiful little borough in Chester County, PA. Located just outside of Philadelphia, Phoenixville is full of small local businesses that are growing every year. With traditional marketing strategies, the businesses of Phoenixville have done an excellent job. However, as the old saying goes, you can always do better.
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Originally called Manavon, Phoenixville was settled in 1732 and incorporated as a borough in 1849. In its industrial heyday early in the twentieth century, it was an important manufacturing center and it was the site of great iron and steel mills such as the Phoenix Iron Works, boiler works, silk mill, underwear and hosiery factories, a match factory, and the famous (and now highly collectible) Etruscan majolica pottery. Like many American towns and cities, Phoenixville owes its growth to its waterways. It is not only situated on the broad Schuylkill River, a historic thoroughfare to Native Americans and early settlers alike, but it is bisected by the fast-flowing French Creek, which was quickly harnessed for water power. via Wikipedia