Raleigh, NC, February 01, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Lloyd Jacobs, CEO of ClickCulture, has announced that the firm has redesigned the North Carolina Symphony Web site to coincide with the symphony’s 75th anniversary in 2007. The Web site, which was originally designed by ClickCulture in 2002, has been updated to include a new and improved calendar system, new e-marketing tools and improved the overall user experience. For more information, or to view the Web site, visit www.ncsymphony.org.
“Increasingly, both experienced and first-time consumers of the arts are going to the Web for timely information and access to events. It is critical that the state’s largest performing arts organization offer top-notch Web-based customer service as we continue to grow our audiences statewide,” said David Chambless Worters, president and CEO of the North Carolina Symphony. "It is as important that a customer in Raleigh know about our concert in Sparta the next evening as it is a customer in Wilmington knowing about an event in Raleigh four months from now. In the end, it is just another way we increase our reach throughout the state and let North Carolinians know about all the various ways they can enjoy their orchestra. ClickCulture did a great job making this possible.”
About The North Carolina Symphony:
The North Carolina Symphony is a full-time, professional orchestra with 65 members. With its home in Raleigh, North Carolina's spectacular Meymandi Concert Hall, the symphony performs about 60 concerts a year in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and Cary metropolitan area. The orchestra has also appeared twice at Carnegie Hall in New York City and once each at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and Orchestra Hall in Chicago. Additionally, the Symphony has released five recordings, the most recent of which is "Sketches: 2004-05" with Music Director Grant Llewellyn, featuring a work composed by the Symphony's bass trombonist, Terry Mizesko. Some of the top soloists in the world, such as Itzhak Perlman, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Pinchas Zukerman and Lynn Harrell, have performed with the North Carolina Symphony.
ClickCulture is a Raleigh-based integrated marketing firm specializing in technology. With deep roots in e-commerce, website design, web development and user interface design, the company offers a full spectrum of marketing services including graphic design, collateral design, high tech advertising, search engine optimization, communications, point of purchase, and point of sale services. For more information, please call 919-420-7736 or visit http://www.clickculture.com.
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