North Tahoe Event Center launches new Web site
The North Tahoe Event Center has a new home online, featuring information about the facility’s options for weddings, conferences and other special events.
The new Web site, http://www.northtahoeevents.com, allows visitors to learn about the event center’s scenic location for weddings, meetings, conferences, trade shows, parties and community events. Visitors can request more information for their next event and view photo galleries to get inspiration for their event setup.
“We are excited to display our services through our new Web site,” said Kathy Long, park and facilities manager of the North Tahoe Public Utility District. “The site provides an easy way for people to learn about the North Tahoe Event Center’s capacity for any type of occasion, and with a beautiful view, as well.”
Visitors may also sign up for the North Tahoe Event Center’s eSpecials via the Web site. Once a visitor enters an e-mail address, the information will be automatically added to the event center’s contact list, making it easy for event center staff to manage potential sales leads and their e-mail marketing campaigns.
Local marketing and graphic design firm SmallPond Studio designed and developed the Web site.
The North Tahoe Event Center, located on Lake Tahoe’s picturesque North Shore, offers options for indoor and outdoor gatherings year-round. Both large and small events are welcome, from weddings, meetings and conferences, community events, parties and more. To learn more about NTEC, visit http://www.northtahoeevents.com or call (530) 546-7249.
For more information on SmallPond Studio, a graphic design and marketing company located in downtown Truckee, call (530) 587-5625 or visit http://www.smallpondstudio.com.
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