Former Conshohocken resident and Plymouth Whitemarsh grad is making SEPTA’s merch cool

Former Conshohocken resident and Plymouth Whitemarsh High School graduate Al’Lee Floyd was recently profiled in The Philadelphia Inquirer due to her work making SEPTA’s merchandise cool and profitable.

Floyd is the manager of the SEPTA Store and experiential design and her work led store to have it’s most profitable year in history in 2023, bringing in just over $400,000. You can check out the store here.

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