Garden Ridge Unveils New Zunch-Produced Website
Dallas, TX April 24, 2004 –- Garden Ridge, a home décor and craft marketplace, has launched their revised and updated Web site at www.gardenridge.com. Garden Ridge selected Zunch Communications, Inc. of Dallas to redesign and add new features to their Web site after interviewing several companies in fall 2003.
Headquartered in Houston, Garden Ridge began with just one store in San Antonio in 1979. Since then, Garden Ridge has grown into a leader in home-decorating accessories with 36 stores in 13 Midwest and Southeast states. The company offers a variety of merchandise, including "silk" floral and greenery; pottery; crafts; housewares; home décor; candles; baskets; party supplies; art, frames and mirrors; home textiles; and seasonal decorations.
"With this new Web site, we have a fresh new look to our site, and we're able to showcase more of our product on a weekly basis," said Bob Bierley, vice president, advertising and marketing for Garden Ridge. "We'll also be able to send e-mails and various promotions to our visitors based on their location and interest in our products. And the navigational structure is much more fluid now. We're pleased with what the Zunch team was able to accomplish."
"The new Web site was built for scalability," said John Sanchez, President and CEO at Zunch. "In the future, Garden Ridge will be able to take this design and build in the abilities to upload their entire product database without having to undergo another Web site redesign. It was built for expansion. Of course, we're very pleased with the new look designed by our creative team."
Zunch Communications is a search engine optimization and Web site design and development firm, located in Dallas, Texas, dedicated to helping its clients achieve top search engine placement through its five-step process, summed up in these powerful words: Discover, Explore, Develop, Evolve and Assess.
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