Supervisor Kathleen Hunsicker discusses the "I Like The Pike" initiative and Lower Gwynedd's commitment to the Bethlehem Pike corridor.
In a world where companies can find answers to their problems with a click of a button, Lower Gwynedd businesses needed to be able to communicate and share information that quickly as well. As a result, the Lower Gwynedd Business Association developed a plan to create an informative and interactive new website. It expands marketing efforts for both the Association and its members and serves as an information hub for the people of the community.
Utilizing the services of one of its members, the Lower Gwynedd Business Association senior leadership worked with the marketing company, Inertia: Design + Marketing, to create their website. It became the new home for the digital Lower Gwynedd Business Association. Many impressive features were included on the site in order to aid each member of this growing organization. The goal is to raise awareness of the local businesses and engage with local residents.
Residents and consumers will be able to use the site to search for upcoming events like the Mattie Dixon Food Drive in February. The goal of the new site is to keep the local business owners connected with the local residents. For more information, visit the new site at www.LowerGwynedd.biz.