Tech mistake |The Pennsylvania area code 267 covers the City of Philadelphia as well as the eastern and northern parts of the Montgomery and Bucks Counties along with area code 215. It is home to many businesses focused on media, healthcare, manufacturing, science, social services, information technology, tourism, and retail. With a population of approximately 1,500,000 people and median household income of $204,341 per year, it is recognized as an attractive area for business.
Many of the companies in this area code can be found in Montgomery County, an area with several large business parks. The said county was given a triple A (AAA) credit rating by Standard & Poor’s due to its solid practices in financial management and overall economic strength. Among its top employers are Rohm and Haas Company, ABM Industries, Pfizer, and Motorola Mobility.
The city of Philadelphia is currently distinguishing itself in the field of biotechnology and is home to a number of Fortune 500 companies like Boeing Rotorcraft Systems and Sunoco Inc. This city is also known for its artifacts and historic landmarks such as the Liberty Bell, which attracts millions of tourists every year.
Parts of Bucks County, also a renowned tourist destination thanks to its ties to colonial history and its scenic farmland and landscapes, can also be found in this area code. Apart from historic parks and steam engine rides, it also supports developments like Peddler’s Village, a cultural area which further celebrates the area’s history with craft contests and other themed festivals that bring visitors to the area.
Area codes surrounding area code 267 include 856, an area known for education, medication, and retail; 609, an area known for waterfronts and gambling; and 908, a place best known for its parks and recreational areas.
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