SFGate.com, home of the San Francisco Chronicle Publishing Company, featured an article February 1st, 2009 about the Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association (LVWA). The news article, which boasts about Livermore Valley being the prefect day trip for win coinsurers, also mentions their new “easy-to-navigate” website. JVF Consulting takes this as a compliment since we had the pleasure of designing and deploying the website. “All the hard work has paid off” says Chris Chandler executive director of LVWA. We’re gaining the publicity we need to continue to grow during these economic hard times.
JVF’s attention to detail, matched with their flawless designs and software skills, created the logic behind the LVWA trip planner called “Plan My Visit”. Plan My Visit allows you to interact with the LVWA website by selecting the wineries you want to visit, move them in the order you want, and with a click of a button it gives you an itinerary including driving directions from start to stop. This interactive map was called “A nifty feature” in the San Francisco Chronicle article featured on SFGate.com. With positive feedback coming from such a credible news source, the team at JVF Consulting wants to thank Susan Fornoff, Chronicle Travel Editor, for writing and covering the story. JVF will continue to prove ourselves on and off the web as the leader for custom website designs and content management systems in the San Francisco bay area.
To read the article featured on SFGate.com simply click here. To see for yourself what the hype is all about, visit the Livermore Valley Winegrowers website www.lvwine.org and don’t forget to give the Plan My Visit map a try while you’re there!