by Feynman Group
Posted on 2012-07-27 16:42:00
We are very excited to announce the 2nd Annual Feynman Charity Golf Marathon benefiting Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lane County. The event last year was an amazing success, especially given that it was our first year. We raised over $20,000 to support kids in our community. This year’s event will be held again at Emerald Valley Golf Resort on September 7th. The format will be the same as last year; each golfer will be tasked to raise $1000 in pledges in return for playing 100 holes in 1 day! Fortunately, golf carts will be provided for all of our players. Also players will receive several gifts for participating, breakfast, lunch and dinner will provided along with beverages of their choice all day at no cost. There will several opportunities to win additional prizes throughout the day. Our top prizes will be awarded to our top fundraisers.
This year we built a new website that explains all the rules for players, sponsorship opportunities and fun photos for the fans. We also now have online donation capabilities to help our players track and collect their pledges. We are still looking for golfers and sponsors to participate. Go to www.1day100holes.com to learn more and sign up!
by Feynman Group
Posted on 2012-07-12 17:25:23
SELCO Community Credit Union came to Feynman Group with a problem. They had a Website that had been built 10 years prior and, according to the SELCO Marketing Director, Laura Illig, it was old, antiquated, confusing, clunky and ugly. SELCO was experiencing the same problem that many companies with legacy Websites experience. They had a Website made 10 years ago, over time different departments needed different functions added so they hired Website Designers and Developers to add to it as needed without a cohesive strategy guiding the structural design.
The SELCO Marketing and Information Services (IS) Departments addressed their problem by seeking bids from Web Design companies for a complete Website overhaul. They looked at three primary companies. According to Illig, they wanted to find a local company whom they felt they could communicate productively with and who displayed professionalism and extensive industry knowledge.
To assess the technical skills and industry knowledge of the potential firms, the SELCO IS Department spent time with the Web Design and Development teams from each company. Regulations in the banking industry meant that security was of the utmost importance and there would be many compliance requirements that the new Website would have to meet.Read More