New United Work and Travel Website
United Work and Travel has launched a new website to improve online communications.
From social media integration to a Google integrated map, this online tool was put together by our in-house team and the development company Sizable Interactive. Photo galleries of recent travels can be easily accessed along with recent participant testimonials.
“Future expansion is already in the works.” shares Leah Vogely, Director of Creative Communications at American Pool Enterprises, Inc., “Websites, especially for companies like United Work and Travel, should be in a constant state of evolution – streamlining communications, sharing media and providing an international connectivity, which is so important in this current marketing climate.”
United Work and Travel welcomes your feedback. Please submit comments by using our webmaster form. And please make a point to check back in as we continue to build and improve the new website.
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