Buckeye Interactive completes pro bono website for New Albany’s Cycling Club

NEW ALBANY, Ohio (June 9, 2014) – As summer arrives, the New Albany Cycling Club innovates its member participation with a new website dedicated to membership sign up, group ride schedules, and city ride maps.

The Buckeye Interactive team was happy to take on the Healthy New Albany initiative pro bono project. The WordPress site was designed responsively to proportionately display on all electronic devices. Using a membership form, users are able to sign up to join and schedule rides with maps, similar to creating events. Site membership is also integrated with Google forums/groups. Custom training was also provided to website representatives to ensure easy use on the back-end.

“We always enjoy working on pro bono projects and supporting the New Albany community as a whole, especially its initiatives for a healthy city,” Brad Griffith, President of Buckeye Interactive, said. “The New Albany Cycling Club has started a worthwhile program that we hope grows rapidly.”

For a better look at services provided and more information on the New Albany Cycling Club, visit www.thecyclingclub.org.

New Albany, Ohio-based Buckeye Interactive is a privately held interactive marketing and web development agency. It was founded by Brad Griffith in 2009 and offers a variety of interactive marketing solutions for small businesses. Buckeye Interactive’s capabilities include web design and development, social media, public relations, research, branding, creative, and design. For more information, please visit buckeyeinnovation.com

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