Marketplace Chaplains Unveils New 21st Century Website to Serve Others

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Marketplace Chaplains Unveils New 21st Century Website to Serve Others

“Our presence on the Web is a vital marketing tool as more and more people search for us,” said Marketplace Chaplains President and COO Dick De Witt.

Innovative Dallas-based employee care service provider Marketplace Chaplains, recently launched a new website http://www.mchapusa.com, designed with the latest technologies and videos designed to attract clients, possible Chaplains and HR professionals, looking for ways to keep their people motivated, at work and loyal to a company that cares for them. In the last 15 months, over 100 companies have taken advantage of this unique strategic initiative to care and help their employees and family members.

Marketplace Chaplains currently serves over 2,371 company locations in 43 states and 857 cities, covering more than 485,000 employees and their family members in the U.S. and abroad.

“Our presence on the Web is a vital marketing tool as more and more people search for us,” said Marketplace Chaplains President and COO Dick De Witt. “As our Marketplace name recognition and web ranking improves, this also helps many locate us who didn't know chaplains in the workplace existed, let alone Marketplace Chaplains.”

The new website features graphic rich and video heavy content which allows viewers to learn more about this cutting-edge business service and the specific operations of the world’s largest and most experienced workplace chaplaincy service which was founded in 1984.

For more information on this new tech savvy, 21st Century website, you may go to http://www.mchapusa.com, or you may also call our toll-free number at 1-800-775-7657 for information on this fast-growing corporate strategic initiative which has been featured on the front page of USA Today and recently spotlighted on the NBC Nightly News and CNN (Cable News Network).

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