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Prescott Speed Hill Climb, home to the Bugatti Owners’ Club launch phase one of their new website.

Simon

Simon
Written on 26th February 2016

This fully responsive website is a big improvement from its processor, it's fully responsive and is now clutter free with accurate information which is easy to find.

This week we completed and launched phase one of the new Prescott Speed Hill Climb website.

This fully responsive website is a big improvement from its processor (also built by Webnetism some years ago). The new website is fully responsive and is now clutter free with accurate information which is easy to find.

The new website was designed by our team of graphic designers and all coding was by done by our developers. The website is integrated with our latest CMS and ecommerce platform.Phase two of development will introduce on-line membership systems, registration for competition entry along with a full ecommerce solution taking payments for events and the on-line shop. Take a look at the website and let us know what you think! www.prescott-hillclimb.com

 

See more information about this project in our portfolio section: Prescott 

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