Each year, High Level Marketing (HLM) selects community website projects and donates its web design, search engine optimization and marketing services. This year, the Northville Historical Society was selected in honor of its 50th anniversary and its impact on the community.
West Bloomfield, MI (PRWEB) April 14, 2014
In accordance with their mission to give back to the community, national website design company, High Level Marketing (HLM) announced today that it donated web design and marketing services to non-profit organization, the Northville Historical Society.
HLM selects community website projects annually based upon need, cause and circumstance. The websites are developed, tested and launched at a discounted rate of 50% in an effort to help the organization further its mission. This year, the Northville Historical Society was selected in honor of its 50th anniversary and its impact on the community.
The Northville Historical Society is a non-profit volunteer organization responsible for the financing and operation of Mill Race Village and preservation of the Northville Archives. Created in 1972, the village preserves architectural styles common to the area prior to 1900. It is built on 12.5 acres of land donated to the City of Northville by the Ford Motor Company.
The former site of a grist mill, Mill Race Village consists of an inn, blacksmith shop, school, church, gazebo, rustic wooden bridge, interurban station and several homes reminiscent of a past era. Today, it’s a popular site for weddings and special events as the entire quaint village can be rented. Community members are encouraged to visit www.millracenorthville.org for upcoming events such as a lecture series, the Hudson’s Tea, Rouge Day Rescue and more.
When asked about the non-profit project selection, CEO and Co- Founder, Wes Mathews responded, “The sole goal of our business is to help our clients win more business. We create, develop, launch, measure and modify websites and search engine strategies on our clients’ behalf. While we are passionate about using the latest technology to deliver highly enriched websites and SEO strategies, we also have an appreciation for technologies of the past.”
HLM Co-Owner and Chief Technology Officer, Jon Bowerman, added “We are proud to honor the Northville Historical Society’s 50th anniversary and excited about the launch of the new www.millracenorthville.org. It is only by preserving and learning about the past that we can understand and appreciate how far we have come; and equally important, create the vision for where we want to go.”
To learn more about High Level Marketing, call 888-717-4249 or visit www.highlevelmarketing.com.
About High Level Marketing
Incorporated in 2006, the primary focus of High Level Marketing’s first three years in business was research and development. During this period, the company performed comprehensive beta testing with clients to ensure their competitive edge in search engine results and ease of use with MYCE™, HLM’s unique website management system. HLM helps businesses obtain new customers through affordable, results-driven, website design and search engine marketing.
Source: Wes Mathews, CEO and Co- Founder of High Level Marketing
Writer: Liz Scavnicky Yaekle