Revising and updating websites matters a lot these days. Rose Chauffeured Transportation, based in Charlotte, N.C., just put out a press release announcing its website upgrade:
In another phase of strategic marketing that began this year with updated marketing and sales literature, Rose has launched a redesigned website created by the collaboration of LA Management and Asterisk Creative. The website is designed to provide the user with more helpful information about the products and services offered. By focusing on corporate business, group and events, and by featuring technological advances in dispatch and communications, Rose has given web browsers the information to select, and book transportation that meets their individual needs. The roll-out of the new web-site enhances the 24/7 availability of the company, and makes it convenient for consumers to choose how they want to communicate their transportation needs.
Also featured on the website is Rose's 2008 Operator of the Year award that was presented at the Limousine and Chauffeured Transportation Magazine's Annual Dinner in Las Vegas. Rose Chauffeured Transportation was founded in 1985 by HA Thompson and has been grown to become the largest chauffeured transportation company in the Carolinas.
Click here to visit the new site.
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