King of Prussia District launches events for area employees

UPPER MERION — As more area employees start returning to their offices, the King of Prussia District is launching a series of food and fitness, to be held at corporate parking lots throughout the King of Prussia-area.

The King of Prussia District’s popular Food Truck Tuesdays are coming back, following a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. A total of six Food Truck Tuesdays are scheduled during May, June and July.

King of Prussia District is bringing back its popular Food Truck Tuesdays after a two-year hiatus. This photo is from a 2019 Food Truck Tuesday event. The organization will also be hosting pop-up fitness events. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)

A new event — Wellness Wednesdays — debuts this week, with four pop-up events scheduled for May and June. The pop-up events are free and open to the public.

“King of Prussia District enjoys bringing the community together through our pop-up outdoor events,” Eric Goldstein, president & CEO of King of Prussia District, said in a statement. “Events like these highlight opportunities for collaboration and community-building you can only achieve when you are in an office setting.”

The KOP Wellness Wednesdays will feature 45-minute workouts scheduled from 4:30-6:30 p.m., taught by fitness instructors from area gyms and fitness centers, according to a press release about the events.

The KOP Wellness Wednesdays roster includes:

• May 4 – at 2520 Renaissance Drive featuring yoga taught by a LA Fitness KOP instructor.

• May 18 – at 935 First Ave. featuring a fitness class taught by an Upper Merion Community Center instructor.

• June 1 – at 2520 Renaissance Drive featuring a Metabolic Conditioning class taught by a Dub Fitness and Wellness instructor.

• June 15 – at 935 First Ave. featuring Yoga Groove taught by an ELLE FIT Dance & Fitness instructor.

Attendees will receive samples and special offers from members of King of Prussia’s health and wellness community, and will have the opportunity to talk with supporters of this new event and King of Prussia District’s February event KOP Wellness Week.

It is not necessary for participants to pre-register for the wellness activities, according to Rachel Ammon, marketing and communications director for King of Prussia District. She added that there will be a waiver that can be filled out in advance. It will be posted at https://kopwellnessweek.com under each workout.

FOOD TRUCK TUESDAYFood trucks will be returning to King of Prussia-area corporate parking lots as King of Prussia District brings back its popular Food Truck Tuesdays. The organization will also host Wellness Wednesday events. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)

Food Truck Tuesdays is presented by The George Apartments, and will feature live music, food trucks, seating, games and sponsors during lunch hours — 11:30 a.m. to 1:39 p.m. through May, June and July. The six events are spread throughout King of Prussia and each features different food trucks and musicians.

The Food Truck Tuesdays roster includes:

• May 10 – at 630 Freedom Business Center Drive featuring Papermill Food Truck, Nick’s Roast Beef and Kresha’s Kreations. Live music by Sidney & Ted.

• May 24 – at 150 S. Warner Road featuring Dump & Roll, Albies Burger Truck and All of a Sudden Desserts. Live music by Judah Kim.

• June 7 – at 2520 Renaissance Drive featuring The Happy Pita, Chickie’s & Pete’s and The Sugar Plum. Live music by Rubber Music.

• June 21 – location TBD featuring Surf and Turf Truck, Pizza Wagon and Sweet Thang Nuts & Candy. Live music by Mike Greer & Co.

•July 12 – at 900 E. 8th Ave. featuring The Hedgehog Grill, Dos Gringos Mexican Kitchen and Dia Doce. Live music by Kendal Conrad.

•July 26 – location TBD featuring Southbound BBQ Company and Dia Doce. Live music by Ryan Tennis.

Information about Food Truck Tuesdays can be found at https://visitkop.com/events/food-truck-tuesday/

King of Prussia District engages public and private partners to collaboratively improve the economic environment in King of Prussia by making it more vibrant, attractive and prosperous. More information can be found at visitKOP.com

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