As DirtFish Rally School prepares for its third anniversary, the rally school has made its own mark around the world and its new website reflects this status.
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) August 29, 2013
Geekly Group, LLC, a full service provider of digital media managed service solutions, announces the redesign and launch of http://www.DirtFish.com, DirtFish Rally School’s eCommerce website, which incorporates fully responsive web design to accommodate today’s mobile buyer. DirtFish Rally School, located at the foothills of the Cascade Mountains on over 315 acres in Snoqualmie, Washington, is the world's leading rally school.
DirtFish Rally School opened its doors to rally fans, automotive enthusiasts and thrill seekers in 2010 on the grounds of Weyerhaeuser’s former Snoqualmie mill site. While the property is still referred to by locals as the “Old Mill”, DirtFish’s main office building is familiar to many as the set for a well-known 1990’s television series, “Twin Peaks.”
Today, as DirtFish Rally School prepares for its third anniversary, the rally school has made its own mark around the world and its new website reflects this status. Dirtfish is the official headquarters and technical partner of Pastrana Racing, and partner of Playseat, Inc. and Royal Purple, Inc. The rally school’s new website boasts features such as driver bios and a news section. Other great features include the capability to search for rally experiences by type and date, including a new waitlist capability.
“We really wanted to be able to offer our students the ability to sign up for a wait list if they are seeking a particular class date or type. This gives us the flexibility to keep our classes full and our students happy should a last minute cancellation occur.” commented Tiana Berkowitz, DirtFish’s Office Manager.
The website is also tied directly to DirtFish’s social media channels. Instagram and Twitter feeds are displayed directly on their website’s homepage, showing their growing community of rally fans and followers.
For DirtFish Rally School’s web presence, Geekly Group created a fully responsive website that supports both smartphones and tablets. Responsive web design is a grid-based approach that serves the many screen sizes available to today’s technology. Responsive web design provides an optimal viewing experience to all devices while reducing resizing and scrolling as well as the need for a specialized application for mobile devices.
“Everyone’s on a smartphone of some type these days,” commented Trent Livingston, Geekly Group’s CEO. “While it may not seem that important of a design feature initially, mobile technology is very important to the consumer when it comes to locating local area businesses. As for eCommerce, it’s a no-brainer to make it easy for your end-user to be able to purchase your product using almost any mobile device.”
About Geekly Group
Organized in 2010, Geekly Group, LLC is a full service provider of digital media managed service solutions. Its data driven digital media consortium is made up of highly talented, full-time and contract technology professionals that span multiple spectrums of digital media. Geekly Group provides affordable managed service plans for social media management, web development, data analytics and graphic design to its clients. The firm’s depth of experience and extensive technical network, paired with its intellectual property, is what creates a direct link between a company’s digital media efforts and increased sales.
About DirtFish Rally School
DirtFish Rally School of Snoqualmie, Washington, was opened in 2010 and specializes in teaching mixed surface driving techniques that allow students to go further, faster and safer. Its instructors employ cutting edge techniques including psychology and high-tech classroom simulation to maximize each student’s capabilities. With the very best roads, courses and methodology, students ranging from professional race drivers and law enforcement professionals to corporate thrill seekers and car enthusiasts, have had the experience of a lifetime at DirtFish.