Web Entrepreneur Launches Tools-For-The-Task.com, a New Website for Power Tools

Founder of Tools-For-The-Task.com, Gayle Horvath has created a new online business that caters to anyone that uses power tools on a regular or semi-regular basis and is looking for a one-stop shop to purchase their tools from at consistent reasonable prices. For more information, view the website’s blog at ToolsForTheTaskBlog.com.

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Red Bank, New Jersey (PRWEB) December 11, 2012

Gayle Horvath is proud to announce the creation and launch of her new website http://www.Tools-For-The-Task.com. The online store offers various power tools from many of the best manufacturers in the business. Horvath does certain types of building herself, dabbling in the building of small canoes and boats, which initiated her interest in creating this website; she believes that the Internet is a friendly, easy-to-use venue for a store like this and she thinks it’s important for women to know that these tools are available to them as well, although her overall target audience encompasses people of all varieties who wish to use power tools.

Horvath has built Tools-For-The-Task.com with the intention of the website being easily accessible by anyone, so that it’s simple for any user to find exactly what they might be looking for. The site is designed to be straight-forward, clean, and appealing to the eye, so that it can be navigated more easily. To further drive this idea, Horvath has stated she encourages customers to provide her with constructive feedback about how to improve, including comments about the competitive pricing utilized in the store.

In the future, Horvath hopes to expand on the merchandise available at Tools-For-The-Task.com, as well as structuring sales as needed and as appropriate. Horvath will also be monitoring her competitors in order to have competitive prices that make her website stand out against others.

In addition to the main website, Horvath has also launched a blog, which can be found at http://www.ToolsForTheTaskBlog.com. The blog will feature extensive descriptions of the products, as well as how customers might make use of them. Horvath hopes to encourage others to use power tools by providing stories and experiences of her own with using different kinds of tools that are available on her website.

About the Company:
Tools-For-The-Task.com is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur Gayle Horvath.


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