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Kim Kmetz
Main Street Manager
Easton Main Street Initiative
Greater Easton Development Partnership
35 South Third Street
Easton, PA 18042
610-330-9940
kim@eastonpartnership.org

Ms. Kmetz began her career as a sales and account rep for two major textile firms, Burlington Industries and West Point Pepperell in New York City.  After spending 11 years as a full time mother raising three children, she returned to the work force in 2002 as the Manager of Volunteer resources for Easton Heritage Alliance and the 1753 Bachmann Publick House in downtown Easton.

Ms. Kmetz began her employment as the manager of the Easton Main Street Initiative in March of 2006.  She is responsible for the management of more than 50 volunteers who work toward the continued strengthening and revitalization of Easton’s central business district, applying the four-point approach of the Main Street program.  The program, which began in March 2005, has seen significant successes over the years under Ms. Kmetz’s direction. The Easton Main Street Initiative was named the #1 achieving Main Street program in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 2009, the #2 program in 2010, and #1 performing Main Street in 2013 and again in 2015.

Ms. Kmetz holds a B.S. degree from Philadelphia University with a major in Textile Management and Marketing.


Amy Boccadoro
Assistant Main Street Manager & Marketing Director
Easton Main Street Initiative
Greater Easton Development Partnership
35 South Third Street
Easton, PA 18042
610-330-9947
amy@eastonpartnership.org

Ms. Boccadoro joined EMSI as a volunteer in 2006, after moving back to her hometown of Easton, and stepped into the role of Assistant Manager & Marketing Director in February of 2013. She is responsible for marketing initiatives including: the Discover Downtown Easton Map & Guide, Easton, PA smartphone app, social media channels, EMSI website, and retail & event marketing campaigns. She also oversees the Downtown Easton Gift Card program and various other components of the additional four Main Street volunteer committees.

Ms. Boccadoro earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Photography & Graphic Design from the Pennsylvania State University in 2002. She is also a member of the Community and Economic Opportunity Committee for the West Ward Neighborhood Partnership; serves on the Steering Committee for the West Ward Neighborhood Partnership; the Promotions Chair for the Friends of the Karl Stirner Arts Trail; and a Board of Governance member for the Karl Stirner Arts Trail. She currently resides in Easton’s West Ward where she was fortunate to purchase one of the Easton Redevelopment Authority homes in 2010.