Childs, MD, July 16, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Cecil County Fair Launches new website for upcoming fair attendees. The Fair originated in 1953, when members of the Calvert, Cecilton and Colora Granges met over lunch to discuss the idea. Today more than 75,000 people attend the 9-day fair. They have over 7,000 entries from about 1,200 open and 4-H exhibitors. The fair continues to celebrate the county's agricultural heritage, while providing hands-on learning opportunities for children and adults to explore today’s agriculture. Entertainment highlights include the ever-popular demolition derby, a professionally-sanctioned rodeo, tractor and truck pulls, plus countless competitions for 4-H youth and county residents to showcase their skills. They are very pleased to launch their new web site in conjunction with website designers, AutoWeb Technologies. The site, located at www.cecilcountyfair.org, highlights their fair history, fair events, 4-H entry information, online ticket sales, vendor information, a photo gallery, as well as maps and directions. The site is mobile responsive and easy to navigate. This project took about 5 months, working very closely with the website designers at AutoWeb Technologies (www.autowebtech.com), a national web design firm who specializes in developing, hosting, and marketing quality web site systems and SEO marketing for small and medium size companies.
"This fair is the heart of Northeastern Maryland. Anyone who lives in Cecil County has attended the fair and the rich heritage and their commitment to excellence made this a special project for us. It was an honor," reports Ben Vaughn, senior project manager with AutoWeb Technologies.