Crux Events launches new website
February 9, 2012
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Truckee-based Crux Events has launched a new website showcasing the companyand#8217;s event production, event design and party rental services.
The new website, http://www.cruxevents.com, features extensive information about Cruxand#8217;s offerings with an updated, contemporary design.
and#8220;This new website is a step forward for Crux,and#8221; said Crux owner James and#8220;Woodyand#8221; Woodruff. and#8220;We can now keep our rental inventory up-to-date and promote our event production services for weddings, social gatherings, corporate parties and sporting events.and#8221;
Crux is a different style of rental and event production company, born from the premise an event should be a fun, safe, stress-free experience for all guests. The Crux team is a group of individuals made up of carpenters, riggers, electricians, stagehands, photographers, DJs, sound engineers, lighting technicians and event operational gurus. Collectively, they have years of experience in event and creative design, production and execution, corporate hospitality, wedding and event planning, athlete relations, risk management and more. They take pride in delivering on-time, on-budget events all with a positive attitude.
For more information visit cruxevents.com or call 530-587-8700.
The new site was developed by Truckee-based graphic design and web development firm SmallPond Studio. Built as a content management system, it is designed to be flexible, affordable and easy to use. Staff can make updates in all sections of the website, from basic text and image changes to adding new rental inventory and gallery images.
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For more information on SmallPond Studio call 530-587-5625 or visit http://www.smallpondstudio.com.
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