We believe it’s important to support artists and musicians, as well as non-profit organizations, to help them thrive despite limited budgets.
Bellingham, WA (PRWEB) September 14, 2011
HappyChap Media is proud to announce a 20% “Good Cause” discount on all of its services for non-profit organizations, musicians, and artists nationwide. HappyChap offers services including web design, graphic design, content writing, social media management and more.
The inspiration for this discount comes from the fact that the Bellingham web design company is staffed by people who are already engaged in the arts. “All of us are involved with the music and art scene here in Bellingham, in one way or another, so we’ve witnessed the positive effect it can have on the local community,” said Aaron Apple, co-founder of HappyChap Media. “We believe it’s important to support artists and musicians, as well as non-profit organizations, to help them thrive despite limited budgets.”
HappyChap Media specializes in building unique websites that put control into the customer’s hands. Since WordPress, the content management system utilized by HappyChap Media, essentially makes managing a site as simple as writing an email, their clients are able to make future changes and updates without needing a technical expert’s help.
In short, HappyChap will build your site, complete with a unique layout and graphic appeal to suit your needs, and then you will be able to take the reins and manage the simple updates on your own.
About HappyChap Media:
The company was started in late 2010 by three friends in Bellingham, WA, to offer high-performance, affordable websites to small business owners. Bringing together a unique mix of marketing, technical, and artistic expertise, HappyChap was founded with the belief that business owners and organizations should be able to manage and run their own websites. To teach their clients basic website management tasks, HappyChap offers both in-person training sessions as well as custom video tutorials to explain the process.
“In these tough economic times, the businesses that can adapt the quickest to new technologies will be the ones who succeed," said co-founder Noel Abbott. "What we’re doing is giving our clients a head-start on that process.”
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