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Cary, NC, United States, 2008/07/29 - Coalmarch Productions®, a leading service provider for online solutions, has launched a newly designed Website for Kahan Travel Group as part of a comprehensive marketing initiative.
Kahan Travel, based in New York, NY, offers upscale travel packages to discriminating globe trotters. After completing a corporate identity package that included a new logo, business cards, and letterhead set, Coalmarch Productions turned their efforts towards a new Website for the group.
The new site (kahantravel.com) includes dedicated destination pages, inline contact and search forms, and valuable international travel information.
“Coalmarch has been accessible, knowledgeable, reliable, courteous and extremely helpful at this critical time for my small business,” said Michael Kahan, president and owner of Kahan Travel.
“Technical support has talked me through more than one tough situation in regard to my email and the design department has been absolutely phenomenal throughout the process of designing the Website, which looks absolutely fantastic.”
The Website design utilizes the color scheme created during the brand development phase of the project, laid out on Coalmarch Productions proprietary content management system, CoalEngine®, and styled with the latest CSS technology.
About Coalmarch Productions
Coalmarch Productions (coalmarch.com) is the Triangle’s leading software developer specializing in enterprise level site management and both online and traditional marketing solutions. Custom innovations include its CoalEngine® software suite that is strategically designed to outperform on search engines and is proven to deliver a significant increase in online traffic for its clients. Coalmarch Productions provides a complete range of new media solutions including graphic design, custom programming, SEO, SEM, and virtual tours. Located in Cary, N.C., Coalmarch Productions’ clients include Bicycle Brand Playing Cards, LEAP Technologies, Pexagon, Susan G. Komen for the Cure and The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.