New Website Highlights North Central Indiana Segment of American Discovery Trail
Re-designed Prairie Trails Club website promotes North Judson Erie Trail and surrounding attractions; new technology enables improved smartphone usability and ability to “Join” online
“The re-launch of our website marks an important milestone for our organization in bringing new functionality, including the ability to purchase a club membership or make a donation to the organization online. We believe this will help us serve our members and grow our membership in the months and years to come.”
The principals of the Prairie Trails Club, Inc., today announced the re-launch of their official website promoting the use and upkeep of the North Judson Erie Trail, as well as surrounding attractions. Bruce Fingerhut, a spokesperson for the club said, “The re-launch of our website marks an important milestone for our organization in bringing new functionality, including the ability to purchase a club membership or make a donation to the organization online. We believe this will help us serve our members and grow our membership in the months and years to come.”
Jeffrey Antisdel, of Precept Partners, the website’s developers said, “The rapid growth in smartphone use has made responsive design critically important to every website we build now. And the Prairie Trails Club site is no exception. The website senses the type and size of device being used to access it and adjusts accordingly. And because the site has been designed to allow people to join the club or make donations, transaction security has been a prime consideration as well.”
Fingerhut continued, “We’re fortunate to be in a region that’s rich with history and other hiking opportunities. That’s why our website also included information on the nearby Hoosier Valley Rail Museum and the Erie Monterey Trail. There are many unique things to see and do in our region, and our new website is designed to help get the word out.” The re-launched website is now visible online at www.PrairieTrailsClub.org.
ABOUT PRAIRIE TRAILS CLUB and the NORTH JUDSON ERIE TRAIL
The Prairie Trails Club, Inc. (“the PTC”) is an unfunded, nongovernmental support group that maintains the North Judson Erie Trail. Volunteers of the PTC are not compensated for their services. The North Judson Erie Trail is part of the transcontinental American Discovery Trail (“the ADT”), which is planned to extend from the Atlantic Ocean in Delaware to the Pacific Coast at Point Reyes in northern California. In Indiana, there are two branches: the northern ADT route and the southern ADT route. The North Judson Erie Trail is part of the northern ADT route. Other completed sections of the northern ADT route include the Cardinal Greenway near Muncie and the Nickel Plate Trail south from Rochester. The North Judson Erie Trail is a free access, public multi-use path and greenway located in southern Starke County, Indiana. Nine miles of paved trail extend eastward from Main Street in the town of North Judson to U.S. 35 near Bass Lake.
ABOUT PRECEPT PARTNERS
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- Bruce Fingerhut
- Prairie Trails Club
- (1) (574) 896-5800
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