Vail Valley Partnership unveils redesigned website for members
AVON — The Vail Valley Partnership, the Vail Valley’s regional chamber of commerce, recently announced the launch of the newly redesigned VailValleyPartnership.com website today. This new website aims to provide members with detailed information in a practical, user-friendly way.
The main page of the new site acts as the landing page for the three different departments of the Vail Valley Partnership: regional chamber of commerce; destination marketing; and economic development.
The regional chamber of commerce section features a new interactive login capability for members. Members will now be able to manage their online listings, add events to the real-time event calendar, post job opportunities and add information to the Vail Valley Partnership’s blog.
The new website has been designed to provide a user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing members to access specific information in a more streamlined manner. Additionally, certain Vail Valley Partnership membership tier levels have the option to be filmed in a short video that allows businesses to discuss their membership in their own words.
“The new site highlights our community programming including access to numerous resources, information, advocacy and cost-savings programs managed by the Partnership,” said Vail Valley Partnership CEO Chris Romer. “We’re also excited to bring complimentary online listings to all businesses in the valley through our One Valley initiative.”
The Vail Valley Partnership believes every business is integral to the success of the valley as a whole. As such, they have structured a complimentary One Valley Partnership that allows every business in the valley an opportunity to be listed on the business directory at http://www.VailValleyPartnership.com.
The new website does not replace the direct, responsive customer service that the Vail Valley Partnership strives for. The goal in launching this site is to provide one more access point and online resource for members to learn more about the Vail Valley Partnership and how it can help them with business and community development needs.
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