VinoVisit.com Joins the Wine Industry Network -- Two New Web Applications Created to Streamline Winery Operations

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VinoVisit, Inc., today announced that it has joined the Wine Industry Network, making its game-changing reservation and visitor management tools available to all U.S. wineries.

VinoVisit, Inc., today announced that it has joined the Wine Industry Network, making its premier reservation and visitor management tools available to all U.S. wineries.

Elizabeth Slater, wine marketing consultant co-founder of The Wine Industry Network (http://www.wineindustrynetwork.com) says. "I knew that VinoVisit.com was building a game changing technology solution that would address many of the challenges that my winery clients faced: for one, how to capture valuable customer contact information to grow their wine clubs and increase sales."

VinoVisit.com CEO, Dan Lintz welcomed the chance to join The Wine Industry Network. "WIN is a really smart solution for sourcing suppliers and service providers--and I know first hand how time consuming that can be for wineries. Both of our web-based technologies will free up winery staff to focus on what's really important: making and selling great wine."

"VinoVisit provides the first efficient tool for planning winery visits." says Michael Mondavi, wine industry icon. VinoVisit.com automates the tasting reservation process while managing contact information for visitor outreach. VinoVisit.com provides a way for visitors and wineries to connect and interact. Winery searches, reservation bookings, map & itinerary-building tools, and reviews round out the consumer offering, while wineries benefit from automated reservation management and resources for ongoing visitor outreach.

The Wine Industry Network (http://www.WineIndustryNetwork.com) is a comprehensive business-to-business internet marketplace specifically created to help wine industry professionals more effectively and efficiently locate and connect with suppliers and service providers.

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