Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau Gives Nod to I-ology for Web Site Redevelopment
Monday July 23 by Press Release Submission
Scottsdale - The Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau has teamed up with Scottsdale-based I-ology® for Web site redevelopment and ramping up of its online marketing.
The bureau has signed on as a new client with I-ology, a full-service Internet
services and consulting firm. I-ology will provide Internet marketing
services and Web site development and hosting for www.phoenixcvb.com. Site
development will emphasize the bureau's destination branding and improve
navigation. Interactive elements will be added to the site to enhance
visitors' understanding of what makes greater Phoenix a top tourist
"We're very excited to be working with the talented people at I-ology on
all aspects of our Web site development and marketing," said Brent
DeRaad, the bureau's communications director. "We selected I-ology
because we were impressed with their past work and because they have Web
development and marketing experience with other tourism organizations. We
look forward to a long, prosperous relationship with I-ology."
I-ology has more than 30 hospitality and tourism clients nationally and has
been adding to that roster this year.
"The Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau has a wonderful
story to tell about the Valley of the Sun," said Patricia
"Trish" Bear, I-ology's president and chief executive officer.
"The Internet is an ideal medium for marketing greater Phoenix globally
as a place to visit and hold conventions and conferences. We will help the
bureau take full advantage of the Web."
I-ology offers a wide range of services and consulting, including Web site
design and development, e-commerce, online marketing, e-mail and high-end site
hosting for a wide variety of high-profile clients. I-ology is located at
6929 N. Hayden Road, Suite C4-266, in Scottsdale. It may be contacted at its
Web site, www.i-ology.com, or at 602-992-3161.
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