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Presidential library site made by W.Va. firm

By From staff and wire reports

Bulldog Creative Services, a Huntington-based advertising agency, announced it has launched a new website for the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum in Staunton, Va.

The website features extensive biographical information about the 28th President of the United States, numerous multi-media sections, museum information, integration with social media and an extensive research library dedicated to Wilson and his life.

The site is at www.woodrowwilson.org.

Levi Durfee, Bulldog Creative's interactive lead, said the company was first approached about designing the website by Gray Marion, a Bulldog Creative client and member of the Woodrow Wilson Board of Trustees.

Bulldog Creative said Marion recommend the company to the Woodrow Wilson library. "What followed were discussions with many members of the Board of Trustees, library staff and Wilson historians," Durfee said. "We then went to work to develop a site that is worthy of a U.S. President. We're very proud of this site."

 


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