Ludlow Area Regional Map and Mobile App

 

Maps are the number one most requested item at Vermont Welcome centers, and an often neglected form of valuable marketinng real estate. Got2Web is happy to announce that we are designing and developing a Okemo Valley regional map and mobile app, and there are still advertising slots available! 

The Map: Highlights and FeaturesLudlow Map Space Available!

  • Regional Map, Detail Maps, Street Index
  • Snowmobile trails
  • Points of Interest, Business listings
  • Events List, Things to do
  • Distribution: Dec 2012 to Dec, 2013
  • Print Quantity: 30,000
  • Distribution to 250 area businesses
  • Vermont State Welcome Centers
  • Chamber Information Centers
  • Property Rental agencies
  • Newpaper insert: holiday week
  • Ludlow Municipal Offices
  • Travel and Trade Shows
  • Okemo Mtn. Resort & Jackson Gore

The Mobile App: Highlights and FeaturesLudlow Regional App Space Available!

  • Free App Download: iTunes & Google Play
  • Easy QR code scan for download
  • Shows your business location & phone number
  • Includes your business information
  • GPS directions directly to your business
  • Links to your website
  • Supports iPhone, iPad, Android
  • HTML 5 for Blackberry & Windows phones
  • Show Map veiw or list view
  • Show all or list by categegories

 

Please visit www.okemovalleymap.com for more information, to download a media kit, or for file uploads. 

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