Kellyanne Conway Honored in NJ Hometown's Christmas Parade
President-elect Donald Trump's 2016 campaign manager Kellyanne Conway was honored by her South Jersey hometown during its 150th annual Christmas parade.
Conway, who is the first woman to manage a successful presidential campaign, took part in the event in Hammonton, N.J. earlier this week.
Conway asked the parade crowd to "pray for our outgoing president and vice president" and "our new president and vice president." She also asked people to "do something special this holiday season," suggesting the crowd write a thank you note to a soldier or buy a coat for someone in need.
Conway mostly steered clear of politics during her brief remarks.
The Hammonton Fire Department says Conway was raised in Atco and graduated from St. Joseph's High School in Hammonton in 1985.
"Spread the real cheer and the generosity and the sheer love that comes from being in Hammonton," Conway said.
Conway remains a close advisor to Trump.
Hammonton is located about halfway between Atlantic City and Philadelphia.