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360 Professional Services Group has been named Official Web Service Providers for the 26th Annual Taste of Buffalo.
For the 2009 event, 360 PSG converted the Taste of Buffalo site, www.tasteofbuffalo.com, into a 360 Fission Website, giving the Taste of Buffalo staff the ability to login and edit their own content with no HTML experience or technical knowledge.
In future years, 360 PSG will be available for all web design, programming enhancements, and full live support for using and changing the site.
Joel Colombo, Managing Partner, President of 360 PSG said, "We were selected because of our cost-effective and robust content management system and experience working hand-in-hand with non-profit clients."
Western New York businesses stand to reap the benefits of 360 PSG providing web services.
"360 can now offer participating restaurants and sponsors special deals on services to help them get their websites looking excellent before and after the event," Colombo added.
In an effort to assist local restaurants prepare for the 2009 Taste of Buffalo, 360 PSG has unveiled its new restaurant package campaign. Their new Appetizer Package includes control of 5 pages of content, professional customized design templates, and a restaurant location, directions and interactive map page.
Aptly named, 360's Main Course Package offers full unique graphic design, unlimited page creation and content management, interactive graphical menu pages, editable event calendar, and a testimonials manager to showcase satisfied customers.
Both packages include email accounts and web hosting services.
Restaurants that choose one of the packages will also receive a complimentary "dessert," i.e., their choice of a customized Flash animation, a professional two hour on-site photo shoot, or comprehensive search engine optimization, each valued at $500 each.
The 26th Annual Taste of Buffalo will be held on July 11th and 12th, 2009 in downtown Buffalo.
Taste of Buffalo presented by Tops is the second largest food festival in the United States. Last year, the 25th annual event drew 450,000 guests from New York, Southern Ontario, Pennsylvania and Ohio.