New Website Features Enhanced Functionality for Contestant Donations and Event Sponsorship
TAMPA, FL. (October 21, 2014) – For the Westchase Charitable Foundation, the mission is raising money to help families that have a child with a serious illness. With such a noble and important undertaking at hand, having a website that makes it easy for people to support the contestants of the Tampa Bay Woman of the Year competition and the overall organization is critical.
The Westchase Charitable Foundation got the help they needed from Absolute Marketing Solutions, a Tampa digital marketing agency that specializes in responsive website design and mobile applications. Absolute created a fully interactive website with an engaging new design and enhanced functions for donating to Tampa Bay Woman of the Year Contestants and becoming a sponsor.
The Tampa Bay Woman of the Year competition is a nine-week contest where women in the Westchase area and beyond raise money for the Westchase Charitable Foundation. The Westchase Charitable Foundation is a non-profit organization that raises the money necessary to support families affected by a serious illness. During the competition, participants host a variety of events and conduct contests to raise the winning amount of charitable funds. This year’s competition culminates on November 22nd with a special “Havana Nights”-themed event in which the Tampa Bay Woman of the Year will be crowned. Last year, participants raised over $75,000 for Westchase Charitable Foundation.
“The Tampa Bay Woman of the Year competition brings a fun component to serving those who need our help. We wanted to create a website that made it easy for people to support such a wonderful organization,” said Alfred Goldberg, president of Absolute Marketing Solutions. “Our goal is for the new site to further enhance the brand of an already awesome Tampa Bay non-profit.”
“We greatly appreciate the care, focus and expertise that the team at Absolute Marketing Solutions put into our website,” said Trey Corish, chairman of the Westchase Charitable Foundation. “You could clearly see that this was more than just a project for them and it shows in the finished product.”