Website: printedimagechico.com Formula: Ecommerce/Miva Clean/verbose urls Valid HTML 4.1 Strict CSS2.1 Debut: December, 2007 Established in 1980, The Printed Image has been providing outstanding quality and service for over a quarter of a century. They utilize the latest technical advancements in screen printing, producing high quality, precisely registered designs. MC2 Design is proud to be a part of their eCommerce web launch featuring their; Look and Touch, Smokey the Bear, Woodsy the Owl, Nature Fact Bandannas and Warbird Wearable retail lines.
Website: www.ollydog.com Formula: Ecommerce/Miva Clean/verbose urls Valid HTML 4.1 Strict CSS2.1 Debut: November, 2007 MC2 Design Group is proud to announce the redesign of OllyDog.com. Ollydog makes cute collars, leashes, beds, toys, accessories, and bowls for dogs, and from the perspective of dogs.
On November 21, 2007 www.OllyDog.com rolled out a new site design with improved functionality and layout to help it’s dog loving customers find that perfect leash, collar, toy or bed for their best friend. MC2 has continued it’s long term relationship with OllyDog and enjoys being a part of bringing their exceptional products to Olly’s online retails customers. See more details of this launch
On November 15th. 2007 MC2 completed BagSelect.com’s integration and launched it’s Assurz Satisfaction Guaranteed Program. The Assurz Satisfaction Guarantee gives you a full 90 days to decide if you are fully satisfied with your purchase. If you’re not, the program will refund your money, including sales tax, and shipping fees. And there are no restocking fees. For more on Assurz visit them here.
You’ve probably heard of ecotourism, disaster tourism, and other tourism niches. The latest trend is ag-tourism, which started growing rapidly once agricultural businesses discovered that “tourists will pay to play on the farm,” as Chico Enterprise Record business editor Laura Urseny explained in an Aug. 19, 2007 article. Her piece highlighted UpstateCaliforniaAdventures.com, a Sacramento Valley Resource Conservation and Development Area Council project that launched last year. Developed by MC2 Design Group, Inc., the Web site uses a member database and Google maps to help ag-tourists plan trips along the Highway 99, Highway 70, and Interstate 5 corridors. “I’m excited about anything that can be done to get ag-tourism on the map,” Kathy Landini, co-owner of Elk Creek Buckarettes, told Urseny.