Valley Forge Fabrics Debuts New Website, Design Library
Wednesday September 19th, 2012 - 10:39AM
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FORT LAUDERDALE, FL—Valley Forge Fabrics has launched a new website and design library, enabling customers to have digital access to the company’s extensive fabric collection.
“We are beyond excited to be able to deliver our fabric collections in a digital format to our customer base,” Diana Dobin, president of Valley Forge, said in a statement. “Our new website is remarkably fast, includes up-to-the-minute inventory levels and allows customers to have specification information at their fingertips.”
Valley Forge’s website and design library has been built to accommodate smartphones, iPhones, iPads and all of the latest tablet technology. Customers will be required to create user names and passwords to gain access to all of Valley Forge’s textile collections. They can page through digital books, order samples and save favorite fabrics.
Ken Koneck, public affairs manager for the company, said in a statement, “We really wanted to create a site for our customers that is fast and functional. We understand how quickly projects are moving these days and needed to marry Valley Forge’s customer service with the latest technologies. This new site is exactly what we dreamed it could be.”
With the launch of the new website and design library, the company has begun a large marketing campaign to promote the site and increase web traffic. All users will have a chance to win a three-day trip to Fort Lauderdale in Winter 2013 by logging in and signing up to view the design library.
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