ASL Bridge Launches

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ASL Bridge, an interpreting service for the hard of hearing and deaf community utilizing sign language interpreters, has launched this month. The service is designed to bridge the gap between the signing and speaking communities by offering top quality interpreters in the Bay Area of California. At the same time, ASL Bridge offers a streamlined request process and pricing structure. "We seek to fill a niche by providing no-hassle communication access between the general public and deaf and hard of hearing people," said Robin Horwitz, co-founder of ASL Bridge.

With flat-rate pricing, what our customers see is what they will get. There are no add-on costs or hidden fees. Simplifying things allows the procedure of reserving an interpreter to be a more user-friendly experience.

ASL Bridge, an interpreting service for the hard of hearing and deaf community utilizing sign language interpreters, has launched this month. The service is designed to bridge the gap between the signing and speaking communities by offering top quality interpreters in the Bay Area of California. At the same time, ASL Bridge offers a streamlined request process and pricing structure. "We seek to fill a niche by providing no-hassle communication access between the general public and deaf and hard of hearing people," said Robin Horwitz, co-founder of ASL Bridge.

Convenience for Customers
All requests for interpreting service can be made either by using an online form or by calling an 800 number which immediately connects you to a representative. Requests will be filled and confirmed within 4 hours after being made. "In an age where communication is extremely important, customers do not tolerate long wait times and tedious interpreter request processes," asserts Sam Hawk, co-founder of ASL Bridge. "They shouldn't have to and ASL Bridge aims to make that experience much easier."

Streamlined Pricing Structure
The pricing structure is the same no matter the date or time of the requested services. Horwitz states, "With flat-rate pricing, what our customers see is what they will get. There are no add-on costs or hidden fees. Simplifying things allows the procedure of reserving an interpreter to be a more user-friendly experience."

Deaf-owned Business
ASL Bridge is owned completely by deaf people, who understand first-hand the needs of the community when fulfilling interpreter requests. This knowledge is used to the benefit of customers and clients, ensuring a perfect interpreter match in assignments. As a result, higher interpreter and customer service levels can be expected.

About ASL Bridge
ASL Bridge's innovative and simple request process and attention to quality bridges the gap between the general public and the sign language-using communities. Founded in 2007 by Sam Hawk and Robin Horwitz, ASL Bridge provides sign language interpreting services for the deaf and hard of hearing communities. The service is currently open to all Bay Area-based business and residents. ASL Bridge is headquartered in San Francisco, CA. For more information, visit http://www.aslbridge.com . To request interpreting services, call 866-416-7380 or fill out the online form.

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NATHANIEL ROBIN HORWITZ
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