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RSVP Food and Party Center New Website

To visit the site click here: www.rsvpfoodandparty.com

Through our relationship with Acme Fresh Market–the leading Grocery Supercenter in Northeast Ohio–Sanctuary has been chosen to design a new custom website for RSVP Food and Party Center.

The new site will include a brand new design and will also feature a solution to present their weekly sales flyer on the site for customers to view. The weekly ad flyer will be presented in it’s entirety on the website and customers will be able to easily flip through the pages to see what’s on sale each week. This will be a major improvement to the website and it will provide customers with the ease of shopping that they’ve been seeking.

RSVP will also utilize our Subscriber Manager service that will allow them to provide a web-based, permission marketing solution on their website.

Our Subscriber Manager email marketing software allows you to easily manage newsletter subscriptions on your website as well as manage and schedule sends to your subscriber base. The software allows users to easily subscribe and unsubscribe without your involvement, so the management of your email list is simple. The system includes a robust online editor so you can design and manage your sends.

In addition to the new website and features, RSVP will utilize our powerful and reliable hosting and zero downtime network to ensure that their website is up and available 24/7. The parent company Acme Fresh Market also utilizes our hosting services and last month (February 2008) we provided over 30,000 visitors with fast, reliable access to their website. We’ll be looking to do the same for RSVP Food and Party into the future.

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Chris Auman is a veteran Internet marketer, website developer, and designer with over 20 years of experience in the trenches. As President and Senior Strategist at Sanctuary, Chris has successfully guided the online marketing efforts for companies large and small. Chris’ clients range from family owned & operated retail operations with a local footprint of 1-10 stores to multinational Fortune 500 companies.

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